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From August 2011 - August 2012 Swiss mountaineering specialist MAMMUT celebrates its historic 150th anniversary with the Biggest Peak Project in history. Within a year 150 teams will set out to conquer 150 peaks all around the world!
On August 3rd 2011, exactly 200 years after the first ascent of the Jungfrau (4,158 m), numerous VIPs from politic, business and sport teamed up with top international mountaineers to officially kick off the Biggest Peak Project. See you on the next peak!
01:03 Jen Olson (Can)
01:05 Marcin Kacperek (Pol)
01:06 Basile Ferran (FRA)
01:07 Katsuhiro Yamashita (Jap)
01:08 Hubert Moroder (ITA)
01:09 Mikhail Danichkin (KIR)
01:11 Reiner Taglinger (GER)
01:13 Dougal Tavener (UK)
01:14 Igro Trgina (Slovakia)
01:16 Jordi Tosas (Spain)
01:18 Renzo Moreno (Peru)
01:20 Truls Korsaeth (Nor)
01:21 Art Mooney (USA)