Beatrice Egli makes a discovery on the rise of the Riflehorn. Without further ado, the mysterious thing turned into her lucky charm.
The basics are in brief
- Practice makes perfect: Beatrice Eagle is currently training to climb the Matterhorn.
- The musician made a special discovery during the experimental ascent to Riffelhorn.
- A rusty nail becomes a lucky charm for a Schlager singer.
“Step by step, Dr. Barg Derov, step by step, no one has left us.” Beatrice Eagle sang Kunz in Sing My Song. Now she’s putting the text into action!
In July, the Schlagger singer wants to conquer the Matterhorn. So She is currently training Their hiking skills. On the third day, Beatrice was already aspiring.
On the way to the summit of Riffelhorn, a mountaineer makes a discovery: I found a nail. Please what?
With the backstory, rusted steel turns into potential treasure: “I found a nail. In the past, several decades ago, they would walk there in shoes with nails under their feet. And who knows who carried that shoe.”
“Lucy Walker was probably the first woman to climb the Matterhorn. I know she trained there too.” Without further ado, Beatrice Evlii turned the nail into her “lucky charm” to climb the Matterhorn.
Beatrice Egli was hanging on one arm
Yesterday, Thursday, the musician learned the difference between “climbing and scrambling”. On her first real climbing experience It was difficult.
There was a moment I thought, ‘Oh, oh! “I just got stuck on one arm. I was glad I trained so much,” says Eagle. Instagram.
The musician writes: “I’m so happy I’ll be immortalizing my adventure forever. I’m so grateful, you’re awesome!”
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