|Name Patrick Berhault|
|Born July 19, 1957 (age 46), Thiers, Puy-de-Dome, France (1957-07-19) |
Type of climber free climber, mountaineer and mountain guide
First ascents Pichenibule (7b+) at Verdon GorgeLa Haine (7c+) at la Loubiere/La Turbie MonacoLe Toit d'Auguste (8b+) at la Loubiere/La Turbie Monaco
Major ascents La grande traversee des Alpes, 167 days crossing the Alps from East to West (22 summits and major routes), Aug. 2000 to Feb. 2001Award-winning 16 rock and ice link-up (2003 with Philippe Magnin) in Mont Blanc'82 days for 82 4000m summits (2004 with Philippe Magnin) in Alps
Died 28 April 2004 (aged 46) Dom (Mischabel), Switzerland
Similar Patrick Edlinger, Patrick Gabarrou, Catherine Destivelle
Patrick berhault metamorfosi
Patrick Berhault (19 July 1957 – 28 April 2004) was a professional French free climber, mountaineer and mountain guide. He died while climbing Dom ridge, Switzerland, during his attempt to linkup all 82 Alps 4000 meter summits in 82 days.
- Patrick berhault metamorfosi
- Patrick berhault a jonathan dimensione avventura
- Documentary films
Patrick Berhault is best known for popularizing sport climbing in France with his friend rock climber legend Patrick Edlinger in the late 70s and in the 80s. He also practiced free solo climbing and was one of the pioneer alpinists who developed light and fast mountaineering in the nineties.