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  • Mario Walder (Austria)

    Name: Mario Walder
    Date of birth: 1978
    Hometown: Amlach (Eastern Tyrol), Austria

    How important are ethics in climbing and what are yours all about?
    I set a high value on ethics. I've done almost all of my first ascents in classic style. In my opinion it's very important that the old classics remain as they are. You should respect the style of the first ascender and the mountain. To me there is nothing more beautiful than going into the mountains with friends and finding new ways. To see a line and to then climb it is the best - the line is what matters!

    What would you do if you could no longer climb?
    I never thought about it, I just climb.


  • Nejc Marcic (Slovenia)

    "I was born in 1985 in Slovenia, and I reside in Bled, a small town at the edge of the Julian Alps. Despite having great mountains practically on my doorstep, I discovered my passion for climbing at the fairly late age of 20. I have outgrown hiking paths and mountain huts 8 years ago and thankfully, found my peace in the vertical world. My alpine climbing career led me from Slovenia, to France, Bolivia, Peru, Patagonia, Yosemite and finally to the Karakorum and Himalaya. My first expedition to the Himalayas happened in 2011 in Pakistan, where we climbed a new route on K7 west.
    The feel in my boots has improved dramatically ever since I have been cooperating with Zamberlan and most importantly, my feet have never been wet."


  • Marek Raganowicz 'Regan' (Poland)

    "Of course, I climb, and climbing is important to me. I also like to travel, write, take photographs and tell stories. I feel like I am just at the beginning of these adventures, although I have already climbed many walls and mountains. Climbing fascinates me; the intensity of experience, the variety of nature around me on the mountains, the challenges, the loneliness, the friendships, and the way people can be overcome by their climbing passion and adventures. I could say more, but it’s sometimes better to leave things unsaid. We can only know half truth, since most of the truth about people and events remains unspoken, and unknown...". 
    Last climb: new route on the Great Trango Tower (2013).



  • Janusz Golab (Poland)

    Great climber, famous mountaineer, active in the mountains since 1985. A member of the legendary "Dream Team" (next to Jack Fluder, Stanislaw Piecuch, later also Grzegorz Skorek), which over the years has made a series of the finest alpine climbing lines in the history of Polish mountaineering, including a winter ascent along the walls of the Troll Wall in Norway, the first winter ascent of Manitua on the north face of Grandes Jorasses in the Mont Blanc massif. He has also made the first Polish ascent of Piola-Ghilini on the north face of the Eiger. The culmination of his climbing successes was the demarcation in 1999 of a new route on one of the hardest walls in the Himalayas - the wall of Kedar Dome in the Himalayas Gharwalu. After a nearly 10-year break, Janusz Golab returned in 2012 in the high mountains, where together with Adam Bielecki, made the first winter ascent of Gasherbrum I on an eight-thousander (8068m). Janusz Golab was twice awarded with the prestigious Colossus and lately, he received a Golden Cross of Merit in 2015 from the President of Poland.


  • Mattia Vettorello (Italy)

    Mattia Vettorello is an adventurer, photographer and story-teller inspired by nature and was born in Conegliano (Italy) in 1990.
    His travelling life started when he went to Australia looking for new ideas and challenges. He returned back home full of ambitions that led him to graduate with 110 cum laude in November 2013 at the Faculty of Industrial Design at the University of Republic of San Marino.
    In November 2014 he created the project FROSTSCAPE that aims to be a photography space where instances caught all around the world are frozen and shared with travel-lovers and The project’s heart is also to expand the well-known discovery of the “traditional way” to do things that are about to be lost.
    The name comes from the union between Frost+Escape which means “never stop exploring, be curious”.



  • Kevin Richardson (South Africa)

    Kevin’s unique relationships with these large predators have opened many doors and captivated the imagination of many people throughout the world.  He has presented and produced several documentaries that detail his relationships with the animals and highlight the plight of lions both in captivity and in the wild. Kevin has also written a book appropriately named, "Part of the Pride" detailing his work over the years with the large carnivores and is now affectionately known by his fans worldwide as “The Lion Whisperer”.  Zamberlan is very proud to have Kevin as member of the Zamberlan Ambassadors Team because our equipment is suitable for his work and activities involving large predators.

Mario Walder (Austria)

Name: Mario Walder
Date of birth: 1978
Hometown: Amlach (Eastern Tyrol), Austria

How important are ethics in climbing and what are yours all about?
I set a high value on ethics. I've done almost all of my first ascents in classic style. In my opinion it's very important that the old classics remain as they are. You should respect the style of the first ascender and the mountain. To me there is nothing more beautiful than going into the mountains with friends and finding new ways. To see a line and to then climb it is the best - the line is what matters!

What would you do if you could no longer climb?
I never thought about it, I just climb.

Nejc Marcic (Slovenia)

"I was born in 1985 in Slovenia, and I reside in Bled, a small town at the edge of the Julian Alps. Despite having great mountains practically on my doorstep, I discovered my passion for climbing at the fairly late age of 20. I have outgrown hiking paths and mountain huts 8 years ago and thankfully, found my peace in the vertical world. My alpine climbing career led me from Slovenia, to France, Bolivia, Peru, Patagonia, Yosemite and finally to the Karakorum and Himalaya. My first expedition to the Himalayas happened in 2011 in Pakistan, where we climbed a new route on K7 west.
The feel in my boots has improved dramatically ever since I have been cooperating with Zamberlan and most importantly, my feet have never been wet."

Marek Raganowicz 'Regan' (Poland)

"Of course, I climb, and climbing is important to me. I also like to travel, write, take photographs and tell stories. I feel like I am just at the beginning of these adventures, although I have already climbed many walls and mountains. Climbing fascinates me; the intensity of experience, the variety of nature around me on the mountains, the challenges, the loneliness, the friendships, and the way people can be overcome by their climbing passion and adventures. I could say more, but it’s sometimes better to leave things unsaid. We can only know half truth, since most of the truth about people and events remains unspoken, and unknown...". 
Last climb: new route on the Great Trango Tower (2013).

Janusz Golab (Poland)

Great climber, famous mountaineer, active in the mountains since 1985. A member of the legendary "Dream Team" (next to Jack Fluder, Stanislaw Piecuch, later also Grzegorz Skorek), which over the years has made a series of the finest alpine climbing lines in the history of Polish mountaineering, including a winter ascent along the walls of the Troll Wall in Norway, the first winter ascent of Manitua on the north face of Grandes Jorasses in the Mont Blanc massif. He has also made the first Polish ascent of Piola-Ghilini on the north face of the Eiger. The culmination of his climbing successes was the demarcation in 1999 of a new route on one of the hardest walls in the Himalayas - the wall of Kedar Dome in the Himalayas Gharwalu. After a nearly 10-year break, Janusz Golab returned in 2012 in the high mountains, where together with Adam Bielecki, made the first winter ascent of Gasherbrum I on an eight-thousander (8068m). Janusz Golab was twice awarded with the prestigious Colossus and lately, he received a Golden Cross of Merit in 2015 from the President of Poland.

Mattia Vettorello (Italy)

Mattia Vettorello is an adventurer, photographer and story-teller inspired by nature and was born in Conegliano (Italy) in 1990.
His travelling life started when he went to Australia looking for new ideas and challenges. He returned back home full of ambitions that led him to graduate with 110 cum laude in November 2013 at the Faculty of Industrial Design at the University of Republic of San Marino.
In November 2014 he created the project FROSTSCAPE that aims to be a photography space where instances caught all around the world are frozen and shared with travel-lovers and The project’s heart is also to expand the well-known discovery of the “traditional way” to do things that are about to be lost.
The name comes from the union between Frost+Escape which means “never stop exploring, be curious”.

Kevin Richardson (South Africa)

Kevin’s unique relationships with these large predators have opened many doors and captivated the imagination of many people throughout the world.  He has presented and produced several documentaries that detail his relationships with the animals and highlight the plight of lions both in captivity and in the wild. Kevin has also written a book appropriately named, "Part of the Pride" detailing his work over the years with the large carnivores and is now affectionately known by his fans worldwide as “The Lion Whisperer”.  Zamberlan is very proud to have Kevin as member of the Zamberlan Ambassadors Team because our equipment is suitable for his work and activities involving large predators.