He has a Degree in Law and is specialized in Mountain Sports regulation and outdoor accidents liability. He is been collaborating since 2013 with FEDME in both safety and legal issues. Trainer in different areas involving the outdoor activities (mountain guides, youth leisure activities, mountain sports clubs, local organizations, mountain medicine courses...) and experienced lecturer in Spain, but also in South America, Portugal and Andorra. He is also an experienced mountain leader who travels around three continents. He practises skimountaineering, alpinism, climbing and many other activities. And also is certified race course planner for the FEDME. This mix of knowledge between the theoretical and the practice of mountain sports has made of him a very well known name in the Iberoamerican mountain scenery.
Nicolo Ernesto Canclini loves the mountains. Since childhood, he practiced alpine skiing before moving on to ski mountaineering. Having joined the Italian ski mountaineering team as an athlete in 2013, he has won numerous medals in the World and European Championships and in the World Cup circuit (youth categories). Among the seniors, he has achieved several podiums in the World Cup and at the World Championship. Nicolo is a Carabiniere at the Italian Sports Centre and studies law at the university.
He is National Technical Advisor for FFME and in charge of the French Ski mountaineering events and rules (100 events each year with 10 major events as national championships, national cups and international events). He is skimo and mountaineering instructor, race director, coordinator of the French referees group, member of the Jury as mountain guide probative for ENSA (French national school of mountain guide) and member of the Jury for climbing (DE Escalade). For ISMF he is member of the Jury for World Cups, Referee course instructor, Technical Advisor for international competitions and member of the Technical Group. In addition, he is a professional mountain guide (author of 30 first ascent in the Alps and Himalaya) and member and writer of the review panel for ANENA (French national association for avalanches and snow study).