High mountain guide of the AAGM with international certification UIAGM / IMFGA, paragliding pilot with a tandem pilot's license and physical education teacher. He has made numerous climbs, ascents and skis in Patagonia, Mendoza, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Spain and the French Alps. Opener of a large number of sports and multi-length climbing routes in the Bariloche area, he is also the author of the "Bariloche Vertical" climbing guide, published five times from 2004 to the present. In sport climbing I reach the grade of 8b worked and 7c on sight. As a paragliding pilot, he has made numerous distance flights of +100 kms in the Patagonian mountain area, several "hike and fly" climbing mountains and flying down.
Anthropologist specialized in archeology and professor of geography and biological sciences. His sports career includes more than 120 high mountain expeditions (Chistian heights greater than 5,000 meters above sea level), among which 18 first ascents, 14 second ascents and 9 original high mountain crossings are recorded. International expeditions to Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Ecuador, having made more than forty ascents to mountains greater than 6,000 m, including Aconcagua. A hundred hiking expeditions and half a mountain (heights less than 5,000 m.) Crossings through jungle and desert areas. In 1985, when he was 19 years old, Aconcagua ascended in 52 hours starting from the Inca bridge and in 1989 together with Emilio Gonzalez Turu they made the direct route to the south wall of Chañi (6,000 m), a mixed route of almost 1,000 m of unevenness that was not repeated. He received numerous mentions as an athlete, among which are the Mountaineer of the Year awards in 1978/80/82/83/84/85 / 92 and 96; in 1985 he received the Silver medal in the list of outstanding athletes in the province and in 1996 the "The consecrated sports" award
Melisa studied graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires, and there she started her personal project, Ojo Sideral. Life and wanting to be always on the move led her to redirect her passion to nature photography.
OjoSideral is a nomadic project in motion that travels with her, through diverse and complex places, documenting what she sees, feels or dreams. It is especially dedicated to daytime landscape photography and night landscape photography. Mountains, dogs, roads and rivers are magical elements for her, and must-see in her photos.
Adventure photographer, fond of sport climbing and lover of outdoor activities. His passions were born as a result of traveling throughout the country, knowing the corners of each province. The photography of landscapes and nature were part of his beginnings, to later venture into astrophotography and observation of the sky. The combination of both branches led to the less convenient and touristy modality of their trips, thus discovering their other passion and profession, being an adventure tourism guide. From there, he began to develop his independence in the mountains and wild areas, as well as trekking, mountain biking, kayaking and climbing activities. All these together managed to transform his life and his vision through the lens, into something more specialized such as adventure sports photography. The love of the mountains, the performance of outdoor activities and portraying the dangers, fears and moments of superiority through which each athlete or fan passes, govern their lifestyle. Today he is traveling around Patagonia, horseback riding amidst glacial valleys located in the Santa Cruz area.
Mountaineer who mainly develops his activity in the high mountain range of Puno and the first winter ascent to Tres Cruces with the opening of its east face. Define your style. Tough, physically demanding, with exploration features in alpine climbing. He won the Courchevel marathon in the French Alps obtaining the test record (he currently owns it). In Argentina he won multiple adventure races in recent years.