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The perfect spot to #escapethenoise. The highest point of the island. No matter what direction you look – you'll see the ocean. Combine that with a motivated crew and a gorgeous sunrise and there's your recipe for creativity! Stoked that the new #terrexfreehiker took us up there in no time! Check our new video of this trip if you haven't already – swipe up in my story! @adidasterrex *Anzeige
The "Hummingbird Peak". One of those peaks that make you daydream: knife-edge crests and steep faces plastered in snow. No one has topped it out since 2003! Jirishanca 6,094m (19,993 ft)
Winter is coming back to the Alps! ❄️ 🏔 Stoked for all the shredders out there! I miss it! Some memories from January when we had an unbelievable amount of snow here in Austria. Awesome day with @hansullmann @ mountain lover & @clemensbartl 🤙🏼 These three are the real deal when it comes to mountains! Every single one is so passionate about it, check them out!
CALL TO ACTION 🌊 These highly social, intelligent and curious animals and the raw, wild beauty of Lofoten are under threat again! There’s been a decades-long battle here many don’t know about: oil companies have repeatedly tried drilling this pristine landscape and are still pushing to gain access. With your tags and comments you helped us protect it in 2017 – now we need your help again. Lofoten is not only vital to precious marine life including orcas and humpbacks; it’s a lifeline for local fishing communities and houses a vibrant marine ecosystem found nowhere else in the world. It is literally the last remaining stretch of Norwegian coastline untouched by the fossil fuel industry – and it should stay that way. Thankfully, most of Norway’s biggest political party @arbeiderpartiet are anti-oil – but they need to make a commitment against the oil industry’s continued pressure. Today people across Norway are lighting beacons as a symbolic warning of the danger
Perfection in a distant land 🏔 Right now I should be far from home, deep in the backcountry surrounded by mountains riding lines. But I’m not. Life decided it was time for my body to take a break and rest... I guess everything happens for a reason and I slowly start to figure out this one. #lifeisawesome
Most glaciers in the Andes Mountains of South America could melt in the next 30 years threatening millions of people who depend on them for drinking water, electrical power generation and farming. That's what comes up when you look up "Peru Glaciers" online. It's actually hard to find other facts about them. Every headline is pointing out that they are 'melting at an alarming rate'. One article ended saying that managing water resources in a warming world is “possibly the defining problem of our century.” #climatechange
Found this image in my archives today. I'm still pretty much forced to rest because of my shoulder injury. I use some of that time to go through old images too. I just love it how all the memories come back when you look through your old photos, it's like doing the trip one more time... 👌🏼 But this also made me realize that I edited maybe 15% of my New Zealand selections I did after my trip with @h elen a... 😬🙈 How do you organize your photos from big trips? Do you edit your favorites and export the rest just with auto adjustments/presets? I think I might be too of a perfectionist here because my brain says everything I export should exactly look how I want it... But with this approach a ton of shots stay unedited on the hard drive forever 🤷♂️ Please help me 😅
Just finished another book about the legend Herman Buhl. One of the most fascinating characters in alpinism. This area was part of his playground close to Innsbruck many decades ago. The Karwendel mountains. He learned a ton here... Later he was the first human standing on Nanga Parbat (8,126 metres or 26,660 ft) in 1953. But that’s another story, an honestly unbelievable one... I looked around YouTube later too and found the original expedition movie about that journey. To me it’s awesome to see those historical images. I’ll put it into my story!
The forest, not my everyday terrain. But the perfect place to #escapethenoise. This place of rare beauty in the middle of the Laurissilva forest was the perfect spot to explore our creativity. Trees in all kinds of shapes and some of them are over 500 years old! 😵 On this trip we went just everywhere with the #terrexfreehiker. It served us well, no matter what! From the woods to the rugged trail to the busy streets. I'm really stoked to be part of the @adidasterrex crew now. Can't wait to show you what the future brings! - *Anzeige
One of the rare fjords in Austria 🇦🇹 😜 Have a good weekend everyone! Mine didn’t start too well and I hurt my shoulder (dislocated) on the mountain today... They say it’s at least a three week break for me. 💩