In the North


This is what we’re used to do as big mountain skiers: in the North, to go in the North. It’s not by coincidence we go from time to time to Switzerland, not only to buy chocolate but to go skiing in the poudreuse.
Norway was on the project plan book for a long time (in the meantime we also went to the South, skiing down from Mt. Etna!), and finally we had a relaxing week. Mountains are not so big as we are used to but all the landscape is for sure unique and special. Lofoten and Vesteralen made a good playground for the five of us. Next time we’ll go explore the Lyngen Alps, again in Norway and “In the North”, off course. How to go there? It’s easy, plan your next trip here.

In the North from Michele Marzan on Vimeo.

One more run – Powder hunters in Japan


We were all committed to go to Japan, we heard about some stories where a special powder is… so light and deep and so friendly. That’s true, Japan is magic! People, food, mountain guides and the bed where you sleep in the night is something you’ll never give up after one go-go skiing day. Follow me, in “the one more run”* (*the one more run is the last run of the day, but never call it the last one… call it the one more run)

The one more run from Michele Marzan on Vimeo.

3Vallees, the other side



3Vallees are usually crouded, but if you move your skis on the other side it’s just you and free spaces. Col de Gébroulaz and Col du Borgne around Aiguille de Peclet.

Powdering in Jaffreau


IT’s a great season of powder… 2013 is really generous. Skis go well and legs are fine! Here we are close to Bardonecchia, Italy.

Powdering in Jaffreau from Michele Marzan on Vimeo.

Pakistan – Hushe – Baltoro


People, people, people… humanity. These are the great memories, after 13 years, above all the mountains we enjoined in 2000 while we made the famous “Baltoro trekking”, in Pakistan. Trango Towers, Gasherbrum, Broad Peak, K2, Chogolisa and finally up to the Gondogoro La (5.943m). After there, Hushe: a village where everything is so quite and intimate. I promised, I’ll come back.

Pakistan – Hushe from Michele Marzan on Vimeo.

San Vigilio – Al Plan de Mareo


We’re coming here from a long time, we’re coming home even if we’re strangers. Is it because of the ladin language or because everything is so calm and out of the ordinary routes? Just go at the end of the valley where the natural Fanes, Sennes, Braies Park shows you the answers.

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