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Ein kleines Lebenszeichen aus dem Krankenlager 🤕 .
Keine Ahnung, was diesen Winter los ist - so häufig habe ich schon lange nicht mehr gekränkelt. Wie gern würde ich jetzt raus an die frische Luft, eine ganz große Runde wandern 🥾😍
Ich kann unseren Urlaub im Mai kaum erwarten - Norwegen, wir kommen 🇳🇴
Throwback to when winter means snow and good skiing.
February here in Norcal has been very dry. In fact, "The state hasn’t had a major rain and mountain snow event since Dec. 26, and drought conditions that plagued the state for the period from 2011 to 2017, are creeping back onto weather maps.
Statewide snowpack is just 52 percent of average for this time of year" - Washington Post
Der Plansee 🇦🇹
This shot didn't come by itself! You might find summer versions of it, but try to look for this one in winter, you won't find one! ❄ And after today we kind of get why. You'll be greeted with 450 altimeters in just half a kilometer, thick packs of snow, narrow edges and to top it of a nearly invisible path! 🏔 In the end you'll realise it was so much worth the cold, rough, freezing conditions. And after that mountain the view will take your breath away! 🛷 Note: on the way down let gravity and slippery snow do its work and the slope will turn into a 500m slide!
Summer hiking is such a pleasure. Lush greenery, blue water, wearing tank tops, getting tan, rosy checks and freckles ✨ Had so much fun last summer in the mountains, can’t blame me for wishing it comes sooner this year🥺
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We are winter. Meet the Travis. Member of the Talus Tribe.
Our 15th time-lapse video!
BUSPT15: Let's Get Wood In Here!
on February 27th, 2019!
ONE YEAR AGO!
We'll be showing our old time-lapse videos & photos from a year ago!
That is until, SPRING HITS- where we'll be doing MORE renovations & perfecting our beautiful little Blog Bus! 😊🚌
I’m not always in the mountains - here’s some recent urban work with @lemsshoes! As a creative it’s so important to step out of your comfort zone & this project did that for me! If you haven’t already - check out Lems’ new shoe releases - their putting out some sick stuff! 👟🔥
It’s so crazy how different this winter has been than any other winter before.. If you’ve been following my stories this last month, besides my trip to Mexico, I’ve literally been out exploring on my skis almost every single day. Now don’t get me wrong, I’ve owned a split board for nearly 5 years now but until this winter it never left the confines of the resort...
Although she isn’t able to come on every adventure, one of the main reasons I decided to get out of my comfort zone this winter was for my dog. As a mini Aussie Tabor has an insane amount of energy and LOVES to run. I felt like I could never truly get her enough exercise in the winter... especially compared to all the hikes we went on this last summer together.
While I absolutely adore snowboarding (I actually have a brand new split board I can’t wait to tell you about) most of the places I explore with Tabor are much more practical to explore on skis which is why I connected with my gear head over at @backcountry to find the perfect set up for my type of adventures/skill level. I always get a ton of questions about the specifics of my setup so pop over to my stories today and I’ll link each piece of gear.
If you are in need of any winter gear this season, check out Backcountry.com and use code ARIELLE15 for 15% off your first purchase (exclusions apply). This month, Backcountry will be donating up to $7k from purchases with my code to their partner @nature_org to support their recovery efforts in Australia so every piece of adventure gear you buy this month supports an amazing cause!
Who else is ready to get out of their comfort zone and learn something new this year? #findyourbackcountry
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Pitch a tent off the John Muir Trail in the Yosemite backcountry and enjoy the view of Half Dome’s backside. A long trek but definitely worth it! .