I grew up away from big mountains in Dürbheim, Germany. Being out there in the nature and doing the sports I love always meant the world to me. Thanks to my parents I spent a lot of time in the Alps in my youth, which inspired me to move to Innsbruck (Austria) to start studying there.
With moving to Innsbruck I changed from snowboard to skis and focused on freeriding as much as I was able to whilst completing a master’s degree in advanced materials.
I’m very thankful to now have the opportunity to travel around the world with filmmakers and photographers to explore beautiful and remote ski destinations. Besides that I’m competing in the Freeride World Qualifiers with the aim to qualify for the Freeride World Tour.
To show my kids the same passions and to offer them the possibility to follow their dreams.
With skiing in the backcountry there are a lot of difficulties: It’s extremely depending on the weather and snow conditions, so you can get pretty disappointed on film trips for example.
Your performance depends on your physical, but also on your mental skills – to improve the mental side sometimes can be a slow process and pretty annoying.
Having an intense deep-powder day with my friends makes me sleep like a baby.;)
Also skiing a fun, creative competition line exactly how I imagined it.
I pretty much never ski alone, luckily. ;)
I think to believe in your training and yourself and to do it for the right reason is really important. The best training for me is to ski as much as possible with the best and most fun crew.
Because my season is really long and intense, I usually don’t do two seasons each year. I rather enjoy doing a lot of other sports in summer like surfing or climbing, but also some specific strength and coordination training besides that.
About losing my line and/or misjudging the snow conditions in the landings – it’s a fine line between backslapping and front punching.
I don’t know… maybe my girlfriend, because she’s supporting me in everything I’m doing – even if that means me being weeks away.
Listen to your body and your mind.
Explore some beautiful and remote places, improve my skiing so I can bring some creativity into exposed lines and get more consistent in competitions.
The Thermal flight offers the feeling of the thermals in the air during the flight and the paraglider is a bit longer.
Your tandem pilot will be looking through the power of the sun, causing updrafts. Besides, many circles are flown and maintained constantly at new sites for even better thermals out. Using these thermals your tandem pilot can extend the flight time artificially.
Please note: By mid-September the thermals are usually strong enough to extend the flight. In other seasons there can be only for a single day.
Often filming and photography are possible during the thermal flights due to the still relatively quiet conditions in the air.
After 15 – 30 minutes, you begin with the landing. Many passengers already dreaming for the next paragliding flight…
-Detailed briefing on the launch, flight, landing phases with your tandem pilot.
-We have assured the tandem flight, your pilot signs all flight insurance in your presence.
-During the preparation you get a helmet, gloves, and in bad weather a flight suit.
-Tandem flight together with your pilot.
Flight time 10-25 minutes
Total time 1.5 Hours
Rafting Isar – Lenggries – Bad Tölz , … the ideal beginners tour for wild-water Rafting.
Meeting point: Action & Fun outdoor center in Bad Tölz, Königsdorferstrasse 22f.
Time: Tours are every Saturday and Sunday at 10 am and 2 pm. For groups of at least 4 people tours start every day.
Description: In front of the panorama of the Bavarian Alps you experience this river journey on the wild-romantic Isar as an ideal and light entrance in the Wildwasser-Rafting. In our outdoor center in Bad Tölz we provide new white water equipment – you only have to bring swimming clothes, closed shoes which can get wet, T-shirt and a towel.
After a short shuttle by bus to the entrance in Lenggries and the boat / group division (up to 10 people per raft), the boat leaders explain and show you everything you have to know – safety talk – and will experience.
“Forward” and off you go into the pleasure! With the wildwasserrafts
we drive over gentle, but also rather sparkling Isar waves and waters. The highlight of the tour is the “small Isar cataract”, which we drive through with suitable water level and by request of the guests also a second time. WW-level I-II, one part III.
End and exit of the boats and the tour is again at the outdoor center in Bad Tölz. (Tour duration approximately 3 hrs)
The price per person includes equipment and shuttle to the entrance.