Matevž Lenarčičbiologist, Alpinist, paraglider, first to circle the world in an ultralight

    Things are a little different from the air. Even the rocky monoliths are not how they appear from below. The mountains become a whole, not just a collection of rock faces, peaks and valleys. The Kamnik-Savinja Alps also become a mighty backbone of ridgelinked grasses through which you can make out the invisible traces of human and animal visitors. Beneath the sky they appear solid, permanent and indestructible. So you must journey to recognise their more fragile side and sense the need to protect this Slovenian mountain jewel.

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