In her conferences to sports associations Edurne Pasaban tells her experiences as a professional mountaineer, with the 10-year challenge to climb the 14 highest peaks on the planet and the different stages she experienced over her more than 20 expeditions to the Himalayas.
They are conferences addressed for mountaineering fans, but also for the general public (mountain clubs, cultural centres, schools, etc.).
To support her presentation, the climber from Tolosa normally shows the documentary "Rope up, Edurne Pasaban on Everest".
Trailer for the documentary "ROPE UP, Edurne Pasaban on Everest".
"I didn't grow up dreaming of becoming a professional mountaineer.
I frequently took part in Mountainsports but I never planned to consecrate my life fully to that."
"IMS 2012 was a great success, particularly the discussion "Teetering between success and failure", in which Edurne took part. She is one of the best climbers in the world, with impressive achievements in women's mountaineering, but she is also a wonderful person. She brings humor and a particular philosophy of life to her conferences, impressing audiences with her honesty. Edurne Pasaban is always welcome at the International Mountain Summit."
•Markus Gaiser and Alex Ploner organisers of the International Mountain Summit (IMS)•
"The impression Edurne gave at the Lonbo Aretoa at Arrigorriaga was, for many of those who attended the talk, that of a down to earth, friendly and thoughtful woman, who talked a lot and without shame about her mistakes and shortcomings, and who showed gratitude to everyone who over the years has worked with her so that she can reach the impressive goal of climbing the 14 highest peaks in the world."
Club Alpino Padura de Arrigorriaga
"We were delighted with Edurne's conference. Finding out about her as a person and as a mountaineer was a very pleasant experience. We now see her in three different lights, as a person, as a woman and as a mountaineer"
• José Ramón Pérez Martínez Centro Excursionista de Yecla•