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TWO DAYS, TWO BROTHERS, ONE RACE // GORE-TEX TRANSALPINE RUN 2018

TWO DAYS, TWO BROTHERS, ONE RACE // GORE-TEX TRANSALPINE RUN 2018

Running through the alps for two consecutive days, covering more than 70 kilometers and climbing more than 4.000 meters of elevation; that’s what the GORE-TEX Transalpine Run2 experience is all about. This summer I trained for the trail running race with my brother. This blog post is about our story.

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BOTHYING IN SCOTLAND, GB

BOTHYING IN SCOTLAND, GB

When I was 20 years old, I heard about huts in northern England and Scotland called bothies. I didn’t even know how to pronounce the name, let alone how to find them. Bothies are commonly described as open huts in remote places of Scotland, Wales, and England that remain unlocked and open to anyone. I soaked up all the information I could find, and a year later I found myself at the end of winter in my first Scottish bothy called Invermallie. Now, I have shared my experiences with 'bothying' on Edge Effects Magazine.

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PIEDMONT, ITALY

PIEDMONT, ITALY

Going skiing is usually connected to luxury: eating hearty comfort food and spending warm nights in wooden chalets. My flatmate and me tried to take a different perspective on it. Our goal was to travel and sleep in his old Renault Clio for one week, while enjoying our days on sunny ski slopes and mountains ridges going snow shoeing.

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CAIRNGORMS AND SKYE, GB

CAIRNGORMS AND SKYE, GB

This Easter, we headed up-country from the South-East coast, vanishing down sun-drenched winding roads in the Lake District and going through the snow covered Cairngorms mountain range until finally reaching the northern tip of the Isle of Skye. Our goal for the trip was to find the most beautiful and remote mountain huts in Scotland.

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OLYMPIC PENINSULA, WA

OLYMPIC PENINSULA, WA

After nearly two months on the road we earned ourselves some resting time. A time without constant movement, without the necessity to stay alert all the time and without restricting ourselves on food and water. Our idea was something like living on an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, something you would read in Robinson Crusoe. And since the Pacific Ocean isn’t too far away from Seattle, we decided to go to the Olympic Peninsula. For the first time there was a feeling of being on holiday.

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