I was born in Stuttgart, Germany. Ever since I was 3 years old I started skiing and that´s all I wanted to do. At the age of 6 I told my parents I want to become a skier. From age 9 until 15 I was ski racing. When I was 16 I saw my friends built jumps on their snowboards and ride powder and I realized that this is what I want to be doing on skis.
At the age of 17 I had my first podiums and sponsors quickly after. In 2003 I finished school and started to ski professionally. I didn´t want to compete anymore when I started filming with my former idols such as JP Auclair, Julien Regnier, Anthony Boronowski and Pep Fujas and rather wanted to be out in the backcountry producing film parts, which I do to date.
Skiing is constantly pushing the limits. I want to accomplish to keep pushing the limits of our sports and stay healthy so I can still ski when I am old.
I think one great achievement is to keep skiing with as much fun as you can possibly have and so far I have been doing pretty good with that achievement.
Skiing in the backcountry comes with many difficulties as we depend on weather and snow conditions. Any day you go out there is different.
It could be bad weather, it could be shitty snow or avalanche conditions. There are many factors we need to take into consideration all the time.
The greatest satisfaction is when I successfully finish a line. If I ski a difficult line I am more often than not pretty darn scared when I am at the top. The greater is the relief and the pure feeling of joy at the bottom of a run. It really is like being high on life.
I find the combination of physical fitness and mental strength an important key to my success. I obviously need physical abilities but especially when you are skiing in extreme mountains the most important is the belief and trust in myself, I get this through mediation techniques that I like to apply even in the field.
No matter if I am competing or filming there is always a risk involved with what I do and I am aware of that. The more potential consequences there are, the more nervous I am.
If for example I ski a line that has a “no fall zone” where I just simply must not crash, it adds a decent amount of being scared which ultimately makes me nervous.
Just pin it! (that´s when I first learned how to snowmobile and got stuck all the time).
Your Paragliding Pilot shows you the most beautiful peaks of the Bavarian Alps in 3 – 4 tandem flights.
Depending on the wind direction, you can, for example, fly by magnificent peaks of Hochfelln in the early morning. These flights offer scenic views of the Chiemsee and with luck of the Salzburg basin.
At noon you could experience paragliding the summit Hochries. Of course, only after a long lunch on the summit hut!
The tandem flight in the afternoon can, for example, start from Brauneck.
If there is enough time and the stomach of our guest still “airworthy”, we provide paragliding near Blomberg as an evening flight.
Fly with your personal tandem pilot on a day three or four peaks in the Chiemgau, overlooking the Chiemsee and the Alps.
-Tandem flights from Hochfelln, Hochries, the Kampenwand or other mountains.
-Shuttle to all flight areas.
-All mountain rides with the respective cableway.
-View photos or video of the tandem flight day.
Our flights “pilot for a day” are only weekdays from Monday to Friday and only by appointment!
Your pilot will inform you about the weather while flying a paraglider, the technique and the interplay of landforms and wind.
You can concentrate entirely on the view from above and the fly – on request the video from the entire day.
Flight time depending on thermals
Total time 8 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.