The Lab

  • Gallivanting Across The Alps

    Posted on February 14, 2014 by Jorn Werdelin

    Happy New Year of the Stallion! We have finally reached mid-February and 2014 has already been full of exciting voyages in the Alps – the snow in Europe has been a little shy this year but this has not kept me away from the slopes. First stop was Gstaad, … Read More

  • Living the Dream

    Posted on December 12, 2012 by Linde Werdelin

    Ski season is open! In the Swiss Alps, the snow has been falling steadily over the last weeks and it looks like a very promising before-Christmas start to the season, as these two 3-day old live photos from Verbier clearly show. Read More

  • Diving vs Skiing

    Posted on July 4, 2012 by Linde Werdelin

    The two activities are very complimentary and still quite opposite. One is best enjoyed in summer and in warm water and near the equator while the other is obviously best enjoyed when it is really cold and right at the other end from the sea – as high up … Read More

  • Skiing’s Next Big Secret?

    Posted on April 17, 2012 by jeroen

    The New York Times ran a piece last winter spilling the beans about the mystical locations for unspoilt out-of-the-world skiing being tracked down by powder seekers over the years.  These hidden gems are not to be spoken of by their location name, but simply called Valley X, Y, … Read More

  • The Adventures Continue

    Posted on January 12, 2012 by jeroen

    In my book, it was an ultimate good sign of exciting adventures ahead when the snow finally hit the Alps in late December.  It dumped heaps for days to last for weeks…reminded me of 1999, when there were so much snow a massive avalanche caused casualties and wiped … Read More

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