Spotlight on Saturday in Rabat on the exploits of mountaineer Bouchra Baibanou

The exploits of the Moroccan mountaineer, Bouchra Baibanou and his climber’s journey to climb the high mountains, will be honored on Saturday at the Renaissance space in Rabat, during a meeting around the book “My way to the Seven Summits of the World” and a preview screening of the film “Al Qimma”.

According to the Hiba Foundation, host of the event, this artistic meeting is intended to be a return to the experience of this adventurer, who discovered the world of the mountains during her university years.

The visual work recounts the day when Bouchra read “an advertisement for a hike in Toubkal. By her strong character and her joie de vivre, she went there without asking any questions. It was his first summit. 4167 meters! “In addition, the book” My path to the seven summits of the world “, is a story that speaks of the feelings of Bouchra Baibanou, in front of the mountain climbing towards the summit of Everest (highest point of the world, in the Himalayas ).

“I was afraid of the Hillary Step, the hardest part of Everest. I didn’t know why, but I was afraid of not crossing it successfully,” she wrote.

Note that Bouchra Baibanou is the first Moroccan to climb the Seven Summits, Kilimanjaro in Africa (2011), Elbrus in Europe (2012), Aconcagua in South America (2014), Mount McKinley in North America (2014), the Carstens Pyramids in Spain (2015), Everest in Asia (2017) and Vinson in Antarctica (2018).

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