(ANSA) – AOSTA, AUGUST 13 – He was rescued by helicopter rescue after being blocked along the Italian normal route to the Matterhorn and, once he landed at Saint-Christophe airport (Aosta), he was reported for having violated the ordinance that temporarily closed the itinerary after the landslide that fell on August 2nd.
The Polish mountaineer asked for help from the Valle d’Aosta Alpine Rescue in mid-afternoon, after being stuck in the Pic Tyndall area (4,241 meters), at the head of the Matterhorn. The Alpine Rescue of the Guardia di Finanza of Cervinia has notified the Valle d’Aosta Forestry Corps downstream which, in addition to identifying the mountaineer for the purpose of paying for the inappropriate intervention (i.e. the rescue of an uninjured person), complaint.
He is the first climber discovered to violate the temporary closure order arranged after the collapse of stones and rocks from the Lion’s Head on 2 August, when it was necessary to evacuate 13 climbers who were climbing the mountain. Already on July 20, the mountain guides decided to suspend the ascents along this itinerary due to the risk of detachments linked to drought. (HANDLE).