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Aventura 2 Challenge. Day 0: Kick-off!


The ultimate extreme winter sports challenge to test our new GPS Aventura 2

Our four explorers, equipped with the new Aventura 2 and relying on the TwoNav ecosystem to guide them through the Alps in the middle of winter, have a 64-km long route ahead of them with an elevation gain of 4,650 m. It’s a cross-country skiing trek that will take place over 4 stages, one per day. In the first stage, the TwoNav team will leave from Lake Traun. What surprises does this stage have in store?


Elisa Deutschmann, Germany

The German athlete defines her life as a mix of enjoying nature and the freedom in the mountains. She loves outdoor sports and she’s always open to new things, which is why she signed up for our Aventura 2 Challenge. The activities she’s most into these days are ski mountaineering, paragliding, sailing, climbing, hiking and even kitesurfing. She’s also studying design in Munich, where she is focusing on designing functional sports clothing.

Pierre Vignaux, France

Radical 27-year-old French mountain photographer fills his social media feeds with content from his most impressive trips, sharing his take on life and his experiences in the mountains. Pierre bivouacs at least 20 nights in the winter season, fearless of the extremely low temperatures that could put his life at risk. He’s the perfect athlete to test the durability of the battery in the Aventura 2 GPS!


Ferran Latorre, Spain

He’s one of the few Catalan climber to have summitted the 14/8000ers. Ferran also worked for 14 years as a cameraman on the TVE show ‘Al Filo de lo Imposible’. He has gone on expeditions all over the world: Asia, Greenland, Antarctica, the South Georgia Islands, USA… He’s also had the opportunity to film great climbers, such as Juanito Oiarzábal, Iker Pou, Josune Bereziartu and Edurne Pasaban.

Stefi Troguet, Andorra

She’s a woman, an expert alpinist and excellent skiier, who has made herself a place in the world of alpinism in very short time. She has already reached Nanga Parbat peak (8.126 m high) and Manaslu (8.163 m high) without oxygen during 2019 and is already dreaming to climb the 14/8000. She is also leading on social media reclaiming the role of women in the world of extreme outdoor sports worldwide.

More news will follow every day, don’t miss them!


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