The last wild corner of Europe
Speech by Marta Bretó & Tato Rosés
On Friday March 31 El Visor – Espai Fotogràfic invites you to discover guided by Marta Bretó and Tato Rosés one of the most remote and wild places of Europe.
During the act an exciting audiovisual will be projected. It summarizes two weeks of intense travel by the Swedish Lapland, crossing mountain ranges, glaciers, rushing rivers to discover undoubtedly the meaning of the word isolated.
Above the Arctic Circle lies the wildest natural area of Europe. There are no human settlements or shelters in Sarek. Not even exist paths; only erratic tracks traced by the wildlife. Here the views are not disturbed by the artificial. Civilization is just a distant memory. Sarek is an island of unspoiled nature plenty of sharp mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers. A beautiful and potentially dangerous, untamed alpine space.
The brief warning of the authorities summarizes the idiosyncrasies of this national park:
– I want to trek in Sarek
– We park administrators hope you know what this decision means. If you suffer an accident, you have a serious problem.
Place: El Visor – Espai Fotogràfic, Carrer de la Indústria 68 (see map)
Date: Friday March 31 at 19:30
Free of charge
Capacity is limited. Please confirm your attendance with the contact form specifying the title of the speech and the number of attendees.