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Hiking/Trekking

Hiking, Climbing, Caving: Three-In-One

Going on an adventure doesn’t necessarily mean going to the other side of the world. Sometimes you just need to look around you and find a nice spot to explore. You might be surprised by what you will find. Recently, I went on a hike which turned out to be much more than that.

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Hiking/Trekking

What’s my relationship to nature?

I love nature. That’s easy.
Does nature love me back? That’s trickier.

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Ski/Snowboard

Making the Most of a Skier’s Off-season

Most of us don’t have access to year-round skiing. If you live in the US, unless you live near Mount Hood, you have to face the dreaded off-season… so what do you do to make the most of the off-season?

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Mountaineering

What is Permafrost?

“Suddenly melting Permafrost became very real for me.” – Heike Schmitt, Norrøna Ambassador and certified UIAGM Mountain Guide

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Åsa Bern
Sustainability

Meet Åsa

Repair stories volume: 3

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Sustainability

Why a sustainable future can’t happen without you

We believe in this simple truth: we are part of nature not separate from. The actions we take, both big and small, add up – for better and for worse. The sum of these actions is what matters. They are the mechanisms for change. So how do we have a positive impact while recognizing that some of our actions inherently carry a cost for our planet?

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Mountain Biking

Mountain bikes, midnight sun and white beaches – a road trip to the North of Norway

Almost ten years have passed since I visited the beautiful mountains in the North of Norway. The midnight sun seems to have put a spell on me and ever since, I have felt the urge to go back. With the van packed with bikes, gear, food and expectations, we started a 24 hour drive up towards our first stop. In this article I will share some of our stops and rides.

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Hiking/Trekking

Hiking, Climbing, Caving: Three-In-One

Going on an adventure doesn’t necessarily mean going to the other side of the world. Sometimes you just need to look around you and find a nice spot to explore. You might be surprised by what you will find. Recently, I went on a hike which turned out to be much more than that.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

What’s my relationship to nature?

I love nature. That’s easy.
Does nature love me back? That’s trickier.

Keep reading →
Ski/Snowboard

Making the Most of a Skier’s Off-season

Most of us don’t have access to year-round skiing. If you live in the US, unless you live near Mount Hood, you have to face the dreaded off-season… so what do you do to make the most of the off-season?

Keep reading →
Mountaineering

What is Permafrost?

“Suddenly melting Permafrost became very real for me.” – Heike Schmitt, Norrøna Ambassador and certified UIAGM Mountain Guide

Keep reading →
Sustainability

Meet Åsa

Repair stories volume: 3

Keep reading →
Sustainability

Why a sustainable future can’t happen without you

We believe in this simple truth: we are part of nature not separate from. The actions we take, both big and small, add up – for better and for worse. The sum of these actions is what matters. They are the mechanisms for change. So how do we have a positive impact while recognizing that some of our actions inherently carry a cost for our planet?

Keep reading →
Mountain Biking

Mountain bikes, midnight sun and white beaches – a road trip to the North of Norway

Almost ten years have passed since I visited the beautiful mountains in the North of Norway. The midnight sun seems to have put a spell on me and ever since, I have felt the urge to go back. With the van packed with bikes, gear, food and expectations, we started a 24 hour drive up towards our first stop. In this article I will share some of our stops and rides.

Keep reading →