(ANSA) - BOLZANO, 03 AUG - "I am so happy that we did not give up despite all the obstacles and that we were able to get here in Pakistan to kick off the @ climbingforareason project". The South Tyrolean mountaineer Tamara Lunger writes this in a post on Facebook, in fact in these days she is in Pakistan to start the inclusion initiative to teach girls climbing. "Seeing these girls so shy that hour after hour gain more and more confidence in themselves and freely express their enthusiasm is an indescribable emotion", adds the 35-year-old who also remembers the tragic death of her climbing partner Juan Pablo "JP" Mohr, who died last winter. on K2.
"It counterbalances the renewed pain for JP, who should be here with us. We are here for this very beautiful thing and we will do all we can to create it hard and regal, passion and maybe a promising future," concludes Lunger.
In recent days, the mountaineer had written in another post that "every difficult and painful moment can also bring with it something beautiful and in this case it is this: we have decided to take the baton and carry on the project that JP cared about. his honor and memory, the project was to teach Pakistani children to climb, in the ShigarValley, certainly to entertain them but also to guarantee them a future starting from the resources of their land. Design calls climbing for a reason! Nice, right? " (HANDLE).