View 1st World War in the alps Image Gallery - 49 Images
giving a look to the sites where young soldiers (both Italian and Austrian) spent very cold winters with approssimative gear (and lost their life) can make us a little humbler both as men and as climbers ... that's good
I've lead my children in some of these sites just for it, and has been a great lesson
Thanks you Gabriele. Regards Sebastian
One more example of the Human history of the Alps. Great job.
What a great and unique idea. It must be so interesting to hike and climb among these tragic ruins.
Yes it is. To see the old rotten wood-ladders in the Dolomites makes yourself very meditative. They are silent witnesses of courage and bravery. Sebastian
I think, I have some photos to attach here...
Yes please. I am excited to see them. Thanks. Sebastian
I'll attach them tommorow, but I think they aren't so interesting...
I´m off to the Ortler early summer, I´ll try and get some photos too.
Well done, very interesting!
Thanks Charles, I am looking forward to your photos. /Sebastian
It's noteworthy to remind us all. And a very interesting collection of images.