This is new – and we are so delighted! On august 20th 2022 the award will be presented at the Globetrotter store in Berlin as part of a special exhibition. You can listen to some great speakers, ask all the questions about outdoor gear you ever had and get a hands-on experience on the award winning products. There will be some cool workshops to join and we’ll close the day in a nice evening get-together.
On august 20th 2022 the award will be presented at the Globetrotter store in Berlin as part of a special exhibition. You can listen to some great speakers, ask all the questions about outdoor gear you ever had and get a hands-on experience on the award winning products. There will be some cool workshops to join and we’ll close the day in a nice evening get-together.
How to navigate in the wild, plan realistic tours and stay on track…
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This will be a cool repair workshop, where you can learn to fix your gear by yourself.
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Anuschka Dinter has always wanted to live and work somewhere completely different. And as a big fan of Jack London & Co, she also knew that she would love to train huskies in the Arctic. In her talk she tells about her adventures in ice and snow, working with the headstrong animals, dealing with the long darkness and traveling alone as a woman. Look forward to lots of sled tours and husky stories, northern lights and one or the other surprise in the life of a female musher!
Whether by expedition ship around Disko Island, on a snowmobile across Spitsbergen or with a backpack through Sweden - Anuschka Dinter loves the north! That's why she moved to Finnish Lapland one winter to train sled dogs. To people she had never seen before, to do a job she had no idea about - and all by herself.
She has been blogging about her experiences on Rosa's travels since 2014 and has been touring Germany with her talks since 2015. Charismatic and humorous, she reports on her travels and takes the audience with her to the Arctic.
Women-powered 8000 plus - high-altitude mountaineering female High-altitude mountaineering is still a male-dominated sport. Only a handful of women regularly venture into the "death zone" above 7,500 meters. Yet they often have better conditions in this sphere, their very special strengths and their own way of experiencing it. In her lecture, Alix von Melle takes the audience into the fascinating world of the eight-thousanders and impressively reports on female experiences, feelings and the everyday expedition life of a woman "in thin air". Foreign countries, religions and cultures enchant the audience.
With seven eight-thousanders climbed without the use of artificial oxygen, Alix von Melle is currently Germany's most successful female high-altitude mountaineer. Born in Hamburg, she built sand castles on the North Sea beach in her childhood and only discovered mountaineering for herself while studying geography in Munich. Today she lives with her husband Luis Stitzinger in Füssen in Ostallgäu. Together, the mountaineering couple is on the move every year on the high mountains of the world.
We‘ll close the day in a nice evening get-together with our key note speakers and have some snacks and chat about adventure, the latest trends and all the prospects fort he future. When Globetrotters doors are closing we can move to the next bar and enjoy the summer evening.