The guide based in Chamonix has skied another first in extreme skiing. At the Punta Terrarossa (3245.80 yards) also called Wasenhorn between Valais in Switzerland and Italy, he made a descent on the face South East. 800 m of slope with passages at 50/55 ° at the top of the face and several parts high risk.
To start, a climb of of 1 300 m led to the bergschrund face N of Monte Leone, where he spotted the 900 m slope.
Follows a climb on a mostly hard snow by the wind, some few passages in soft snow. To get to the summit there is a long slope surmounted by a stout ridge. The summit is a beautiful ridge, not a lot of snow. "I can not put my skis at the top ... The sight is simply brilliant: Bernese Oberland, Valais, Ticino ... "
After 2100 meters of climb Remy Lécluse is a bit tired.
After 50 meters of varied terrain on foot, he puts his skis and starts. Small slalom between some rocks facing south and then he enters in the face. "I slid under the ridge and join the ramp: nice atmosphere and wholesale gas. Two small rocky ledges to cross on skis and I'll get the latest technical passage to the left... He skis the hole face without using the rope!
The last 500 meters were a beautiful snow concrete corridor with two chicanes, but the rocky slope is quieter: 40-45 °