Paolo Sartori

Telling stories with photography

On steep rocks with @nadinewallner and @babsizangerl - the most psiched climbing team ever.
Nothing makes me feel home more than these mountains.
As far as I can tell, the value of climbing mountains is only found in how we carry the lessons we learn up high into the life we lead on the flat ground.
Often to get a good shot in the mountains your camera is the last tool you should worry about... If you want to hear some bts about the adventure photography industry, check out my last interview on @bontenabrandnetwork Link in bio.
When the light fades and you still want to be out there...well, call it a good day.
Nothing like a quiet night staring at the Valley and planning new adventures...
First snow of the season here in the Alps right now, thinking back at those simple days...
Chasing light. Rote Wand, Austria. 📸 @enrychris
Soon ❄️❄️
One of the most exposed locations I’ve shot on. Odyssee, 8a+, Eiger Nordwand.
“Go big or go home.” @roland_hemetzberger going big on the slippery walls of Pembroke.
@jacopolarcher climbing directly from sea floor in Pembroke, Wales.
Freedom is what climbing is all about.
Early alpine love or to hate them?
“I’ve found a perfect place for this night”.
Sardinia. Where else?
Eiger Nordwand makes you feeling small... Big up to @jacopolarcher and @babsizangerl for making the first single-push redpoint of Odyssee, probably the hardest route on this gigantic wall.
When it comes to big wall climbing, the actual climbing is just a little part of the job. Hauling up heavy bags under the rain is a bigger one.
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