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Hiking/Trekking

This is my version of Eat, Pray, Love.

The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. This is my version of Eat, Pray, Love.

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Mountaineering

Adaptation, high mountaineering and the climate change in the Alps

In the 25 years that I have lived in Chamonix, I have never experienced such a hot and stable weather summer as this year, 2022. And unfortunately, I have never seen the high mountain change as much as I have during these past 3 months.

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Sustainability

What does the roadmap mean to you?

A business can easily state their sustainability goals to the public with a pristine and compressed press release or post. We’ve recently done the same with our 2029 Roadmap. We’re so excited to share what we hope to accomplish in the future, but before starting sharing updates, we wanted to hear what our ambitious Roadmap goals meant personally to those of us working within the Norrøna universe.

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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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Hiking/Trekking

This is my version of Eat, Pray, Love.

The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. This is my version of Eat, Pray, Love.

Keep reading →
Mountaineering

Adaptation, high mountaineering and the climate change in the Alps

In the 25 years that I have lived in Chamonix, I have never experienced such a hot and stable weather summer as this year, 2022. And unfortunately, I have never seen the high mountain change as much as I have during these past 3 months.

Keep reading →
Sustainability

What does the roadmap mean to you?

A business can easily state their sustainability goals to the public with a pristine and compressed press release or post. We’ve recently done the same with our 2029 Roadmap. We’re so excited to share what we hope to accomplish in the future, but before starting sharing updates, we wanted to hear what our ambitious Roadmap goals meant personally to those of us working within the Norrøna universe.

Keep reading →
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 →