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Alpinetrek-Expert Fritz

"Survive and stay humble."

Alpinetrek-ExpertSince:
2008
Favourite mountain activity:
I'm probably what you call an all-round alpinist because I can’t commit myself to only one activity ;-)
Favourite peak:
Grünten
Favourite mountain hut food:
Älpler Makkaroni (Herdsman’s macaroni)
Favourite product:
Edelrid Swift climbing rope
Winter or summer:
Sommer
Climbing and mountaineering became my passions thanks to my fascination of the mountain world (and thanks to a few coincidences). And now, looking back on my now 25 or so years of climbing experience, I believe I owe a lot to mountains and climbing walls.

Articles byFritz

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Fritz

If slacklines get longer, they not only become more difficult to walk on, but the construction of a longer line – from approx. 25 – 30 m – becomes more and more a challenge. Longlines in the range of 30 – 40 m can be tensioned with a low-stretch strap just with two large ratchets […]

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Fritz

Have you ever thought about getting telescoping walking poles but don’t know where to start? Well, fellow Alpine Trekker Fritz Miller has put together the most important info for you so that you can find the right pair to fit your needs! You may be wondering what the advantages of using walking poles are. Well, […]

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Fritz

Worst case scenario: It’s the second day of a two-week camping trip. Your backpack is stuffed with the necessary equipment and the only clothing you have with you is what you’ve got on your back. Extra clothes get left behind to save weight and space. But then, the weather takes a turn for the worse […]

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Fritz

It is winter. When it’s cold and unpleasant outside, you put on your down jacket more often. At the same time these long dark nights allow you to do the necessary kit check and plan your next trip. One of the first things you will notice is that your precious and well-kept down products need […]

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Fritz

Hardshell trousers and jackets offer us daily protection against wind and weather. They do a lot for you when it comes to staying dry in rough weather. On a trip to the mountains this is already half the battle. To keep this up our clothing needs a bit of care and maintenance. After each tour […]

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Fritz

Sometimes the best trips include some rough weather. Conquering a summit feels twice as good if you have made it through the elements. Modern equipment turns bad weather into something you can deal with. Gore-Tex footwear has really developed in recent years and should be definite consideration as you piece together your kit. Wet feet […]
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