Tina Di Batista
Tina is an IFMGA alpine mountain guide and a keen alpinist and skier. She was the first woman to ski from the summit of Denali in Alaska and her long list of climbing accomplishments includes many world class ascents.
Tina was part of the first female team on the summit of the highest Patagonian mountain, Fitz Roy, and the Karakorum giant Trango Tower via the route 'Eternal Flame'. She has also summited Ama Dablam and sport climbs at a grade of 8a. More than anything else, Tina loves winter climbing in the Alps. She has completed all of the three "last problems" in the Alps – the north faces of the Eiger, Matterhorn and Grandes Jorasses. Her climbing achievements also include some hard mixed routes like the Dru via the North Couloir Direct.