Issue #40, Winter 2013

Artikel aus dem Magazin

05.11.2013 | Artikel |
It is eight metres high and remind us to keep the forests alive: an Indian totem. Globetrotter customers helped with the carving.
07.11.2013 | Artikel |
Did you know that one of the legendary Austrian ski pioneers was actually a pastor? And that the stars at night in snow-covered mountains appear much more intensive? And that a dog sled tour with…
07.11.2013 | Artikel |
We show how to turn worn out equipment back into the best possible condition. Today: Wash your down or synthetic filled sleeping bag.
04.11.2013 | Artikel |
An extreme winter is probably not everybody’s cup of tea. But some like it white. So, if you cannot get enough snow and cold weather the Norwegian high plateau will be your paradise. As was the case…
05.11.2013 | Artikel |
Usually, when big fashion or shoe brands venture into the outdoor sector, they trip up badly. Customers prefer the specialist. But one Global Player has mastered the move: Ecco found its feet amongst…
07.11.2013 | Artikel |
A winter’s night outside is the supreme discipline amongst outdoor enthusiasts. Good preparation is half the task, the equipment will take care of the rest. Markus Gruner spotlights his packing list…
04.11.2013 | Artikel |
You don’t have to become a criminal to afford a family holiday on the Seychelles. That’s because the clichés of the island group in the Indian Ocean being a luxury travel destination are as far away…
05.11.2013 | Artikel |
Travel in summer, presentations in winter: Barbara Vetter (40) and Vincent Heiland (41) have been living the nomadic life for 15 years. During the last three summers they roamed through Mongolia –…
06.11.2013 | Artikel |
It is handy when a cinema is under the same roof: For one day, CinemaxX, next to Munich’s Globetrotter store, is turning into a great forum for exciting stories from the road.
04.11.2013 | Artikel |
As a marketing man, Dennis Pfitzner wants to inspire Globetrotter’s customers to live their dreams. He experienced the value of it himself – in far away countries and on his doorstep.