Cesare Maestri

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Cesare Maestri (2 October 1929 – 19 January 2021) was an Italian mountaineer and writer. He was born in Trento, Italy.

Maestri began climbing in the Dolomites.[1] He was known as the "Spider of the Dolomites". He became an alpine guide in 1952.

He also climbed the Civetta, the Solda-Conforto Route on the Marmolada, and the southwest ridge of the Matterhorn in winter.

Maestri died on 19 January 2021, aged 91.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Alpinist Magazine Archived 19 October 2006 at the Wayback Machine on Cesare Maestri
  2. "'Spider of the Dolomites' Maestri dies at 91". ANSA General News. 19 January 2021.