In my early years my love and passion for the mountains and nature awoke in Tramuntana Sierra, in my native Majorca. For more than 30 years I’ve been practicing mountain activities in numerous disciplines as mountaineering, hiking, trekking, alpinism, canyoning, speleology or rock climbing. My professional career started in parallel when I graduated on nursing. Some years later I began to work on humanitarian aid, mainly in Africa and Middle East for almost 20 years. Afterwards I reinvented myself again converging my professional careers with my passion for mountains.
I’m a Mountain Leader and Canyoning Guide, in addition to Speleology and Cave Rescue Instructor, and Basic Life Support Instructor. Over the years I have delivered training courses on canyoning, speleology, first aid, security and management. I enjoy sharing knowledge (teaching and learning from others), specially about what connects us with this planet in which we have the privilege of living in.
“In all his most beautiful dreams, man has never known how to invent anything that is more beautiful than nature”
Alphonse de Lamartine
A chemist by training and profession. M.S. in Quality and Environment Management. Neither of those things are worth when you wake up looking for the meaning of what you do, and you do not find it, when you have lost the passion… Then you give all up looking for something that makes your life meaningful. And then you find it at that place we each have in our life, that it is not always where you were born, but where you gave your heart. For me that place is Sobrarbe, at the heart of the Pyrenees. In love with the history, traditions and culture of these mountains, I turned my life around to show the beauty of this land and its people.
“This day before dawn I ascended a hill and look’d at the crowded heaven,
And I said to my spirit When we become the enfolders of those orbs, and the pleasure and knowledge of everything in them, shall we be fill’d and satisfied then?
And my spirit said No, we but level that lift to pass and continue beyond.”