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16 July, 2010

Fran Lorente

Fran Lorente Pelegrín

Born in Zaragoza in 1966.

Of Cariñena origin.

  • Technical Trainer in the Schindler Zaragoza Training Centre.
  • Sports Technician. Degree in Mountaineering and Climbing
  • Trekking instructor at the EEAM
  • Head of the Mountaineering Committee of the Aragonese Mountaineering School.
  • Head of Expeditions of the Aragonese Mountaineering Association.
  • Climbing and Mountaineering Instructor of the Aragonese Mountaineering Association.
  • Mountain rescue worker

He has worked intensely in the Pyrenees, practising all the different sports mountaineering has to offer.

-1993. Kilimanjaro (5995 m) following the Marangu/Umbuwe route.

-1995. Atlas, he reached the top of the Toubkal (4167 m) and the Ras Ouanoukrim (4083 m), the latter on his own,

-1998, led the Schindler Expedition to the Aconcagua which was both an unprecedented sports and commercial success.

-2002. Central Tien Shan, World First Ascent of Shipilov Peak (6201 m), a Virgin Mountain.

-2004. Grampians, Ben Nevis (1344 m), climbed following Comb Gully, North Face. A route of great difficulty and requiring commitment.

-2005. Aragonese Expedition to the Nanga Parbat 8125 m. Bronchitis prevented him from reaching the top.

-2006. Aragonese Expedition to the Broad Peak (8047 m) Height reached 7200 m.

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