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Mountaineering

Against the loss of alpine control

The sixth sense being in the mountains

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Mountaineering

Les Drus – West Face

During the past five years that I have been climbing, I can think of about three times where I’ve stepped outside my comfort zone and had a massive peak experience attempting something above my pay grade. The Dru West Face was one of these climbs.

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A day in the mountains with Pierrick

Let me take you with me on a day trip. The kind of day where passion, work and hobbies mix all together. I’m Pierrick, I live in the French Alps and I try to enjoy the beautiful playground that surrounds me as much as I can. So today, l get up early, grab a pair of comfortable shoes and go on the trails.

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Mountaineering

Meet Christian

If you’re ever in the Oslo area, stop by our CC Vest store and say hello to Christian. He’s not a seller. He’s a teacher and an avid material enthusiast who’s dry sense of humor turns up when you least expect it.

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Mountaineering

Mountaineering Vocab

Lingo to get you moving in the mountains.

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Hiking/Trekking

The new Norrøna Content Team

Over the years, we’ve found that our love for the outdoors is best communicated through the words, photos, and videos of creative individuals who explore, endure, and enjoy all that nature has to offer.

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Hiking As a form of restitution

I often get comments about spending a lot of time in nature and the mountains. A lot of people don’t really understand where I find the time, and they feel like I am always in nature in some way. From my end, I feel I am never out there enough. I prioritize the outdoors as much as I possibly can, but I never get enough of it. To most, my trips can seem exhausting. Many comment that one has to be fit and in shape to do all of this. Is this so? Do you really need to be to enjoy nature or climb mountains?

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Mountaineering

Against the loss of alpine control

The sixth sense being in the mountains

Keep reading →
Mountaineering

Les Drus – West Face

During the past five years that I have been climbing, I can think of about three times where I’ve stepped outside my comfort zone and had a massive peak experience attempting something above my pay grade. The Dru West Face was one of these climbs.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

A day in the mountains with Pierrick

Let me take you with me on a day trip. The kind of day where passion, work and hobbies mix all together. I’m Pierrick, I live in the French Alps and I try to enjoy the beautiful playground that surrounds me as much as I can. So today, l get up early, grab a pair of comfortable shoes and go on the trails.

Keep reading →
Mountaineering

Meet Christian

If you’re ever in the Oslo area, stop by our CC Vest store and say hello to Christian. He’s not a seller. He’s a teacher and an avid material enthusiast who’s dry sense of humor turns up when you least expect it.

Keep reading →
Mountaineering

Mountaineering Vocab

Lingo to get you moving in the mountains.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

The new Norrøna Content Team

Over the years, we’ve found that our love for the outdoors is best communicated through the words, photos, and videos of creative individuals who explore, endure, and enjoy all that nature has to offer.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

Hiking As a form of restitution

I often get comments about spending a lot of time in nature and the mountains. A lot of people don’t really understand where I find the time, and they feel like I am always in nature in some way. From my end, I feel I am never out there enough. I prioritize the outdoors as much as I possibly can, but I never get enough of it. To most, my trips can seem exhausting. Many comment that one has to be fit and in shape to do all of this. Is this so? Do you really need to be to enjoy nature or climb mountains?

Keep reading →