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Mountaineering

The Other Way Around | Along the Rocky Mountains

Part IV – We are Arline and Bertrand, two Swiss climbers who decided to quit our habits and comfort zone to live a big adventure while joining sport climbing crags all over the world by bike. We left Switzerland in April 2021 to travel more ecologically, having all the gear packed on our bikes.

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Ski/Snowboard

Rehabbing from Injury

Injuries and setbacks are never something you see coming when you start your day. However, they are usually part of reality when you live an active and adrenaline seeking lifestyle.

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Mountain Biking

How I as a mountain biker live and love my life with chronic pain

“Your spine looks like a 65-year old’s. Your discs are degenerating one by one, two of them are already really bad. It is never going to heal.”

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Hiking/Trekking

My Relationship with Nature

My name is Meg Pierce and I am an Environmental Engineer based in the Greater Boston suburbs of Massachusetts. I spend nearly all of my free time outside, skiing (touring, alpine, telemark, and nordic classic), hiking, mountain biking, climbing, fishing and boating.

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Hiking/Trekking

10 essentials to stay safe when exploring

Since I have been living in a mountainous environment since I was a kid, I’ve gotten to sharpen my tools when it comes to exploring new trails. Most of them were remote, and extra precautions were needed. I learned from experience and by making mistakes.

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Mountain Biking

Im•promp•tu

The tools we use for mountain biking are often repurposed into our other human powered passions. This particular trip to the Pyrennes, the natural border for France and Spain, was the perfect opportunity to test the Norrøna fjørå and skibotn lines and see how they transitioned between biking and skiing as we traversed the country.

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Mountaineering

From instant shatter, back to where I belong

On the 24th of May, 2016, I woke up to a beautiful sunrise and a thick layer of fresh powder. Little did I know that three hours later I would be praying to the perfectly blue sky to send the rescue helicopter that would pull me out of the mountain and out of danger.

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Mountaineering

The Other Way Around | Along the Rocky Mountains

Part IV – We are Arline and Bertrand, two Swiss climbers who decided to quit our habits and comfort zone to live a big adventure while joining sport climbing crags all over the world by bike. We left Switzerland in April 2021 to travel more ecologically, having all the gear packed on our bikes.

Keep reading →
Ski/Snowboard

Rehabbing from Injury

Injuries and setbacks are never something you see coming when you start your day. However, they are usually part of reality when you live an active and adrenaline seeking lifestyle.

Keep reading →
Mountain Biking

How I as a mountain biker live and love my life with chronic pain

“Your spine looks like a 65-year old’s. Your discs are degenerating one by one, two of them are already really bad. It is never going to heal.”

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

My Relationship with Nature

My name is Meg Pierce and I am an Environmental Engineer based in the Greater Boston suburbs of Massachusetts. I spend nearly all of my free time outside, skiing (touring, alpine, telemark, and nordic classic), hiking, mountain biking, climbing, fishing and boating.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

10 essentials to stay safe when exploring

Since I have been living in a mountainous environment since I was a kid, I’ve gotten to sharpen my tools when it comes to exploring new trails. Most of them were remote, and extra precautions were needed. I learned from experience and by making mistakes.

Keep reading →
Mountain Biking

Im•promp•tu

The tools we use for mountain biking are often repurposed into our other human powered passions. This particular trip to the Pyrennes, the natural border for France and Spain, was the perfect opportunity to test the Norrøna fjørå and skibotn lines and see how they transitioned between biking and skiing as we traversed the country.

Keep reading →
Mountaineering

From instant shatter, back to where I belong

On the 24th of May, 2016, I woke up to a beautiful sunrise and a thick layer of fresh powder. Little did I know that three hours later I would be praying to the perfectly blue sky to send the rescue helicopter that would pull me out of the mountain and out of danger.

Keep reading →