You may have noticed on my last articles and photos that I’m always climbing with a fancy yellow backpack. Well, that’s the Mountain Hardwear Hueco 20 pack and during the last six weeks I’ve been putting it to test. […]
Whole weekend of blue skies,dry air and chili temperature? That doesn’t happen a lot in the fjords. Ove and me decided to go to Uskedalen and after a bit of persuasion Roar was in as well. Everything was set. […]
Around Bergen we have a lot of rock. In fact, it’s one of the best places I’ve ever been for summer climbing. That is a big statement, especially considering that I’ve lived for over a year in Chamonix, that I do a lot of climbing in Northern Spain and that I travel quite often for climbing. […]
Another year, we assisted to the big gathering of the Outdoor Industry for the spring-summer collection in the picturesque village of Friedrichshafen. Friedrichshafen is located at the shores of lake Constanze on the Swiss/German border. There is not much more to it than a cute promenade, a lot of apple farming, for some reason Read more about Outdoor 2017: An overview[…]
Last week I felt it was about time for multipitch and trad climbing so I called my friend Garro. I must confess that i was slightly afraid, as he always looks for badass activities and I was still healing my injured ankle. The idea was to head to the Zuriza valley, on the border of Navarra and Aragon, and seek climbing activities with alpine ambience, modest difficulties and semi-equipped trad pitches. How could I say no to something like that! […]
Still not having plans for easter? Not really feeling like booking a flight and housing? That actually happened to me last year. What if I would propose a road trip plan with wild-ish campings, bivouacs, mediterranean beaches, climbing and hiking?