Milano Montagna aims at promoting the mountains and the culture that comes along with them through action sport, stories, innovation, contests, science, sustainability, design, film and exhibitions.
Since 2014 Milano Montagna during the month of October gathers the community of mountain and outdoor enthusiasts of Milan and beyond to meet those who undertake the most jaw dropping achievements of the year, develop new disciplines, see world premieres and listen to scientists and activists’ endeavors to preserve the natural world.
This year the Municipality of Milan and Milano Montagna gave life to Milano Montagna Week, the new week dedicated to the great outdoors, the mountains and the culture that comes along with it, inserted into the Yes Milano schedule.
The conclusion of the first edition of Milano Montagna Week, which had at its core the Sustainable Outdoor Days, is with a promise. A promise, to prepare a selection of new events and initiatives for 2020 that will take over Milan with mountains and sustainability for the rest of the year.
14th-20th October 2019
The first triumphant edition of Milano Montagna Week has come to a close. From the 14th till the 20th of October a series of over 30 events taking place in libraries, theatres, schools, cultural hubs, shops, museums, gyms and many other locations, which took over the city of Milan.
The week was presented by the Municipality of Milan and Milano Montagna within the Yes Milano schedule.
Core to the initiative were the four days at BASE Milano from the 17th till the 20th of October known as the Sustainable Outdoor Days.poster more info
17th-20th October 2019
Within the Milano Montagna Week, the four days at BASE Milano, from the 17th till the 20th of October, brought great athletes, breathtaking stories, international premiere films and a focus on sustainability in relation to the great outdoors and mountainous regions.
To illustrate the intrinsic nature between sustainability and the outdoors the core events of Milano Montagna Week were named Sustainable Outdoor Days.
The fourth edition of the Milano Montagna Video Awards received a staggering 500 submissions from all around the world. This contest aims to promote independent short films specifically regarding the mountain culture and the outdoors. The jury, presented by Guido Perrini, selected 35 projects and selected 4 winners.
We would like to thank all of the participants who share their passion and short films with us.
The Freeride Ski Museum was born out of a desire to push curiosity of the discipline of freeride, with the aim of promoting its spirit and investigating the technology that supports it. It’s a celebration of the innovations and design that have made off-piste skiing more accessible, fun, creative – in short, the unforgettable experience we can enjoy today when snow blankets the mountains.dettagli