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The outdoors is our playground

The outdoors is our playground. The hills, mountains and valleys, the cliffs, the paths, ridges and rivers. All offer huge adventure. And for many of us, in many parts of the world, they are free to explore. But at what cost? The entry price may…

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How to acclimatize in the Alps

Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps at 4810m and one of the hardest aspects of climbing it is getting your acclimatisation right. In this blog post I will talk you through a strategy for acclimatising for Mont Blanc, as if you can…

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The Send

Spring winter – the fifth season

Up north in Sweden we have a word for the season in between winter and spring. This season is the most appreciated throughout the year; the weather is sunny and warm enough to be outside in lighter clothes but there is still snow on the…

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Catharina_Rabanus

The outdoors is our playground

The outdoors is our playground. The hills, mountains and valleys, the cliffs, the paths, ridges and rivers. All offer huge adventure. And for many of us, in many parts of the world, they are free to explore. But at what cost? The entry price may…

Read More »
The Beta
Catharina_Rabanus

How to acclimatize in the Alps

Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps at 4810m and one of the hardest aspects of climbing it is getting your acclimatisation right. In this blog post I will talk you through a strategy for acclimatising for Mont Blanc, as if you can…

Read More »
The Send
Catharina_Rabanus

Spring winter – the fifth season

Up north in Sweden we have a word for the season in between winter and spring. This season is the most appreciated throughout the year; the weather is sunny and warm enough to be outside in lighter clothes but there is still snow on the…

Read More »
The Beta
Catharina_Rabanus

How to become a mountain guide

Ever since I was a small boy I knew one thing – I loved climbing. I grew up in semi-rural Yorkshire in the north of England surrounded by small gritstone cliffs from 3 to 20 metres high. It was a perfect climbing playground, and I…

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