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More from the Italian Alps

More from the Italian Alps

  There are places you don’t want to leave. For me, Italy’s Aosta Valley is one. My wife and I just completed a week of skiing magic, visiting five fantastic resorts with tour operator, Alpskitour. Despite 6+ decades of passion for the sport, I wasn’t aware of this valley’s skiing treasures. It cuts across the Alps, giving surprisingly easy access to[Read More…]

by March 20, 2019 4 comments International
From The Tippy Top Of The Matterhorn

From The Tippy Top Of The Matterhorn

When You Run Out Of Challenges, There’s Always The Matterhorn. Nicolas Falquet, a 37 year old athlete from Switzerland, starts his run from the top of the world’s most impressive mountain.  He has a GoPro camera attached to a wand device from the top of his helmet.  Bet there was no line for the lift. Thanks to Milkyway Scientists and[Read More…]

by March 16, 2016 0 comments International
Incredible.
Credit: Nate Wallace/GoPro

Powder Skiing Fantasy in Swiss Alps

 GoPro Channel hosts unbelievable footage from little camera. Can you see how Nate Wallace is doing this?  He’s holding a little GoPro camera on the end of an aluminum pole.  The effect shows that this kind of powder skiing is nothing short of exhilarating.  If you’ve never tried deep powder, this is what it’s like.  Click here to be transported. Truly like a dream.

by August 11, 2014 0 comments International
Christian Mulhausen's video shows the Matterhorn as a player in terrestrial and celestial theatre.

Matterhorn In Motion

The Peak: Swiss Videographer Makes The Mountain Come Alive. Christian Mulhauser is a young, self-taught Swiss photographer and videographer who, in this short clip has managed to capture the magnificence of the Matterhorn.  The different sequences are dynamic; no longer does the peak look like a silent statute; instead, it is a player in a vastly changing environment.

by July 29, 2014 1 comment Destinations