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News / Ski Touring On June 12, 2019

Ski touring around the Gaulihutte, Bernese Oberland.

The Bernese Oberland is one of the most popular ski touring area in the Alps. Everybody knows about the 4000m peaks around there, very few people (except the locals) go checking out the “wild east” side of this mountain range, say it’s difficult to get in there as you have to skin a lot to reach the two main huts,…

News / Off-Piste Skiing On January 28, 2019

Skiing the Neue Welt on the Zugspitze.

The Zugspitze with its 2962 meters is the tallest peak in Germany. Located on the border between the Tyrol and Bavaria, it’s part of the Wetterstein mountain range. Its limestone reminds me a lot of the Dolomites. For steep ski enthusiasts, the Zugspitze features one of the most exciting steep ski descents in the Alps, the Neue Welt, which starts…

News / Off-Piste Skiing / Ski Touring On May 25, 2018

The Dolomites ski traverse.

What does the Dolomites ski traverse need to become famous? If I have to be honest and compared it to the Queen  of the Haute Route, the Chamonix – Zermatt, and many others, I can see only pros. The italian Dolomites are so unique and beautiful! And should we talk about food and accomodations? A holiday must also be pleasant and…

News / Off-Piste Skiing On May 16, 2018

Off-piste week around St Anton, Arlberg.

Last February I moved to St Anton in Arlberg for for a week of deep powder and off piste skiing  with Rich and his friends from Tiburon, California. I’ve been skiing around the Arlberg for quite a bit now that I can say I know the area between St Anton, Zurs and Lech pretty well, thanks to Kai also, a…