Bonatti, Walter Kopp, Christine Die Berge meines Lebens Bonatti, W: Berge meines Lebens Montagne di una vita

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Walter Bonatti, 1930 in Bergamo geboren, gilt als einer der größten Bergsteiger und Abenteurer aller Zeiten. Er gehörte dem legendären italienischen Team an, das 1954 den K2 bezwang. Zu seinen alpinistischen Glanzleistungen zählen ferner die Ostwand-Durchsteigung des Grand Capucin (1951), die Winterbesteigung des Walkerpfeilers an den Grandes Jorasses (1963) sowie seine Alleingänge am Dru-Südwestpfeiler (1955) und an der Matterhorn-Nordwand (1965). Nach diesem Erfolg wandte er sich mit nur 35 Jahren vom Bergsteigen ab, um inspiriert von großen Erzählern wie Jack London und Herman Melville ferne Länder und Kulturen zu erkunden. Im Jahre 2000 wurde ihm der Offiziersorden der französischen Ehrenlegion verliehen. 2009 erhielt er den Piolet d'Or, die höchste Auszeichnung des Bergsports, für sein Lebenswerk. Bonatti starb 2011 im Alter von 81 Jahren in Rom.

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ISBN(s) 9783492403900
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 446
Sprache Italienisch Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Reise
Kurztitel Bonatti, Walter: Die Berge meines Lebens
Warengruppe TB/Reiseberichte, Reiseerzählungen/Welt, Arktis ,Antarktis
ISBN-10 3492403905
Länge 180 mm
Breite 124 mm
Höhe 30 mm
Gewicht 480 gr
Produkttyp Taschenbuch
Verlag Piper Verlag GmbH
Serientitel National Geographic Taschenbuch
Nummer der Serie 40390

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