The Beauty Of Choice And The Depth Of Now

Posted on Feb 13, 2014 | One Comment
The Beauty Of Choice And The Depth Of Now

Word after word, situation after situation and feeling after feeling – life goes on like a continuous wave that we can be on top of, under or behind. I have been writing loads of words this autumn, but I have felt that they (the words) have been for me alone. Isolation from distraction seems like […]

The New Zealand Adventure, The Mountain Tales & Death of Magnus Kastengren – From My Perspective

Posted on Nov 6, 2013 | 14 Comments
The New Zealand Adventure, The Mountain Tales & Death of Magnus Kastengren – From My Perspective

Chapter 1 My great friend Magnus is dead. No words can describe how much he meant to me. He was like a brother. He was also a son, a brother and an incredible friend of so many people out there around the world. Magnus treated everyone the same and he was a friend to everyone […]

The New Zealand Ski Adventure – Mount Aspiring

Posted on Oct 25, 2013 | One Comment
The New Zealand Ski Adventure – Mount Aspiring

Like always when on the road trying to climb and ski mountains, one has to have a bit of luck. Weather at the moment here in New Zealand is tricky for mountain skiing, to say the least. After our last ski on the Footstool we went down south to Wanaka to make the best use […]

The New Zealand Ski Adventure – Part 1

Posted on Oct 21, 2013 | No Comments
The New Zealand Ski Adventure – Part 1

Packing, preparing, some nice skiing and waiting for weather windows. After years of dreaming I finally made it to New Zealand! With very little computer time I’m going to keep it short, but I promised family and friends I’d post photos, so the bigger stories and reflections will come later. Following arrival in Christchurch and […]

A Belated Mountain Summer

Posted on Oct 14, 2013 | No Comments
A Belated Mountain Summer

After a summer mostly filled with expeditions and travelling I finally got to spend some valuable summer time back home in Chamonix. It has been really good to just rest, train, be with family and friends and do quick mountain missions when it fitted to a relaxed life and weather windows. I’ve been thinking of […]