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Alpinetrek-Expert Lisa

"A nice bowl of barley soup!"

Alpinetrek-ExpertSince:
2014
Favourite mountain activity:
Skiing, followed immediately by rock climbing
Favourite peak:
Mytikas peak (2918m), Mount Olympus, Greece
Favourite mountain hut food:
A nice bowl of barley soup!
Favourite product:
Deuter Guide 35+ mountaineering backpack
Winter or summer:
Winter
I didn’t choose mountain sports, mountain sports chose me. In the late 80s, my parents taught me how to ski and in the late 90s I joined a climbing club to learn how to climb. Since my youth, skiing and mountaineering are the mountain sports I regularly practise.

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Lisa

The other day I was sitting at the kitchen table with some friends: “If I buy a new express, then only this very light one from DMM or Petzl. It is expensive, but the express is much better than the other ones. Even if it’s beyond my budget, nothing comes from nothing.” someone says and […]

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Lisa

Today we want to take a look at the topic of ultra-light walking and ultra-light trekking. We’ll take a look at how I came to explore this topic, what entering into the ultra-light touring world looks like and what you should consider when doing so. Ultra-light – that’s what I’m talking about The term ultra-light […]

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Lisa

If you enjoy being out in nature in colder temperatures and want to stay warm, then you need a good fleece. Wearing warm gloves and a comfortable beanie can also make a big difference in your comfort level. So, we would like to introduce you to a material that’s been around for decades and is […]

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Lisa

There are so many reasons to wash your walking backpack, trekking rucksack or mountaineering backpack, but none may be as pressing as those stinky shoulders straps that have absorbed so much sweat and sunscreen over the course of their career that the idea of wearing them makes you nauseated. Or, perhaps it’s all the dust […]

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Lisa

If you’re planning on mountaineering at high altitudes, you not only need quality gear but also the appropriate clothing. If you save in the wrong areas or take too much (useless) or too little equipment, the whole trip will seem cursed from the very beginning. So, what is the appropriate clothing for high-altitude mountaineering? What […]

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Lisa

Slacklining is so easy to do. All you need are two trees! Wait, but what if you can’t find two trees strong enough to be your anchors? I mean, you can’t use any old thing. Your anchor points have to be capable of withstanding the extreme loads they’re put under. And, that’s no exaggeration. You […]
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