At 22, Lisi placed second in the Union Internationale des Associations d'Alpinisme World Cup. At 24, she became a mountain guide through the International Federation of Mountain Guides Associations (IFMGA). And at 29, after finishing her master’s degree in sports culture, she climbed the Cirque of the Unclimbables in Canada’s Nahanni National Park Reserve and was also part of the first ascent of Power of Silence, 5.13.
Needless to say, Lisi knows a thing or two about climbing. And she won’t climb just anything. Lisi views her ascents like a work of art; they’re a mix of challenge and adventure, with a dash of beauty and good company. Whether her peak pursuits take her to Oman, Morocco or just to her backyard in the Dolomites, Lisi brings a refined sense of purpose to each climb. When she isn’t working on a new route at home, she can be found guiding guests in the Alps, Japan, Canada and beyond. She spends the rest of her time training young mountain guides as one of the only female IFMGA examiners in the world.