TREKKING THE RIDGE OF UČKA, CROATIA
We were in Učka Nature Park. Trekking the entire ridge of this promontory had been in our plans for at least a couple of years.
A SPEED HIKING ADVENTURE:
IT’S NOT A GAME
It would be unimaginable that people whose job it is to develop, design and create tools to live your dreams in the mountains were not themselves eager to spend in the mountains as much time as possible.
Sometimes life calls us to face challenges which we would never have wanted to deal with. You can run away, or else you can tackle your fears. That is how tragedies become legends.
THERE IS NOBODY
There are moments in which you have to dig deep within yourself. This can only happen when you climb up a mountain, on your own.
A solo ice adventure in the Apennines
We find ourselves in winter, even if this year’s season could be more accurately termed an “extended autumn” rather than an actual winter due to low snowfall.
Into the heart of the Dolomites – on the #puremountain trail
How does it feel to wake up at over 2,000 meters? How does it feel to be at 3,000 meters and see only mountains all around? These questions have drawn me to one of the most beautiful mountain areas within our dear Alps: the Dolomites.
Markus Anders and Nicolas Manthos alone in the Indian Himalayas
As 2019 came to an end, Markus Anders, together with partner Nicolas Manthos, set off for India on a mission to discover the mountains and soar the skies above the Himalayas.
Crossing Chile with a bicycle and a pair of skis
We left Italy on a scorching 15th of August and we woke up after an 18-hour flight to the cool air of winter in Santiago, where the first leg of our plan awaited us: Termas de Chillan.
ISPO Gold Award for Salewa Mountain Trainer 2 Winter GTX®
The ISPO Award judges have confirmed the outstanding functionality of the Mountain Trainer 2 Winter GTX by awarding it a coveted ISPO Gold Award 2020.
An out-of-the-ordinary Himalayan expedition
Autumn 2019 was unusual for the Himalayas. In Nepal, the best climbing seasons are post– and pre–monsoon – in other words, autumn and spring. This year, unfortunately, the monsoons persisted throughout the entire Himalayan range.