Issue #37, Spring 2013

Artikel aus dem Magazin

11.03.2013 | Artikel |
Edelrid, a company based in Allgäu, boasts a long and moving history, including a conflagration. But the best years of the alpinist think tank have only just begun.
07.03.2013 | Artikel |
The globetrotter.de website has a fresh new look. 4-Seasons explains new features and talks to the Globetrotter managers about further webshop plans.
08.03.2013 | Artikel |
The altitude chamber in Globetrotter Munich helps academics to research altitude sickness.
06.03.2013 | Artikel |
Cecilie Skog was the first woman to conquer the Seven Summits and both poles. The biggest challenge for the Norwegian was neither the mountains nor the icy wastes – it was the death of her husband…
11.03.2013 | Artikel |
Rocco Ganzert is the ski boss at Globetrotter Dresden. He doesn’t miss an opportunity to click into his skis, so it was no surprise when he moved the location to meet with 4-Seasons into the snow.
11.03.2013 | Artikel |
Ski touring in Norway’s fjords is in fashion. You travel to the starting point by ship or yacht and after the ski tour you return to your heated cabin. Two weather­proof Bavarians thought they could…
08.03.2013 | Artikel |
Beef Jerky – isn’t that the beef snack from the USA? Exactly. Now also available with German meat and without any flavour enhancer.
11.03.2013 | Artikel |
Are you about to emigrate? No, we just want to go outside with the kids! Katharina Schedel* explains how to keep the luggage chaos to a minimum and the atmosphere great on a day-trip with three…
08.03.2013 | Artikel |
How much greenhouse gas does the company produce? What action has been taken to improve the situation? What else is there to do? Globetrotter’s first climate report explains it all.
08.03.2013 | Artikel |
Tobi van Deisner is a professional magician – and a passionate globetrotter. He found the trick to break through language barriers: balloons.