Skiing the Troll Wall by Kilian Jornet | Salomon TV

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The Troll Wall is the tallest vertical rock face in Europe in which we can find the iconic Fiva Route, that has never been skied before Kilian Jornet gave it a go in 2018. Discover Kilian’s journey to become one of the best steep skiers in the world and how he managed to descend a challenging route in the Norwegian Alps !

Featuring: Kilian Jornet, Vivian Bruchez, Alex Pittin, Henki Flatlandsmo, Halvor Hagen, Sebastien Montaz-Rosset.

A film by Raymond Aasen & Matti Bernitz. Photo by Kilian Jornet, Sebastien Montaz-Rosset, Raymond Assen, Matti Bernitz, Guillaume Broust.

Editing by Thomas Dahle, Raymond Assen, Matti Bernitz. Produced by Kilian Jornet, Salomon and Lymbus.

 


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