A group of climbers repeats the extremely difficult ascent of a peak. During the 1930's and 40's nearly all the peaks of Riglos in Spain had been conquered by various expeditions. Only one small pinnacle, known for its capricious form similar to a cigar, remained unclaimbed. These sheer towering peaks, not far from each other have always attracted a great number of climbers. Ascending this rock spire, the last inviolate peak. represented an exectional challange and the roped party attracted the curiosity of the nation's most outstanding climbers. The story of the conquest of this little peak turned out to be the most tragic of all the summits in this massif.
He graduated in Communication Science and is an independent director who loves nature, the mountains and running. His work concentrates on two main areas: mountain film and related indigenous cultures. As a director he has worked for various public and private institutions and numerous NGOs. His works include “Icaros”, “Escalada Extrema”, “Aguas vivas”, “Los Mallos” and “Paramotor”.