Liv Along The Way Movie

It’s been a long and amazing journey and it’s not even finished…
So stoked I got to climb so many mountains last year, ski half of them, fly off some of them or just hike down.
So grateful I got to share all those summits with such amazing humans! Nothing would have been possible without them…
And so respectful to the mountains for all they gave and taught me.

Now there are two more summits to go, let’s keep it safe and keep it fun!

Watch the Movie on Salomon TV


Waiting Time

I had not planned to write any post blogs during my project to climb all of the 4000m peaks of the Alps. I thought we would be busy skinning up, skiing down, checking maps, itinerary and weather. But things are going a different way. We did our first summit, the Gran Paradiso (Italy) together with Colin Haley (Alpinist) and Anthony Bonello (Film maker) on the 3rd of March and since then it’s dumping. Winter is here and this morning I shovelled more snow in one morning than I did in December, January and February reunited. It’s both great and a bummer. Great because I love snow and the mountains needed snow. And a bummer because I want to keep moving and climb more summits and this snow put us on hold.

The last 3 days had been a bit stressful with the weather, making plans and then changing plans with all the things behind that. Phone calls to collect infos on conditions, POI and tracks for the GPS, huts booking and then cancellations, etc etc… But this morning I woke up serene and relaxed. I manage to let go something in my minds and to accept we probably won’t be able to do anything this week. Too much snow. Too much wind. Too dangerous. And not much I could do about all this.
Since winter is here for real, lets go skiing powder and keep an eye on the weather.
The next go is maybe not that far away!

You can follow my long journey thru the social media with the Hashtag #LivAlongTheWay. And on the web page LivAlongTheWay
Feel free to leave a comment, a message, etc… they all give me a great energy :)

Pizzas falling off the sky ;)

En route for the 2017 Project

We left Cham under the rain, but as soon as we got to Italy the sun was shining.
The next day we were on the Gran Paradiso summit (4061m), happy to be there, dealing with a bit of wind, cold fingers and nose. I was blown away by the view on the Mont Blanc, like I never saw it before.

This was the first step of a few months project to climb the 4000m peaks of the alps and get to see new places of an amazing and huge terrain.

I’m stoked and grateful to start this long journey together with Colin Haley. Apart from the fact he is such an impressive Alpinist, Colin is an amazing human and a very fun guy to share long days in the mountains with. Plus, he’s always keen on breaking trails ;)

We are on hold now due to the weather but this is ok. There is no record to beat, no firsts to do, no time pressure. “Only” 82 beautiful mountains to climb, together with precious friends and in good style.
It’s on, and I’m stoked for what is coming next!

You can follow my long journey thru the social media with the Hashtag #LivAlongTheWay. And on the web page LivAlongTheWay
Feel free to leave a comment, a message, etc… they all give me a great energy :)

Photos from Anthony Bonello
Summit Shot by Colin Haley
Video edit from myself ;)


Beautiful sunset lights over the Vittorio Emanuele hut at 2732m


Early mornings at their bests. Awesome lights, mountains and views ;)


Aerial shot from Anthony of Colin and I on the top part of Gran Paradiso


Yeah, the summit shot selfie. Whoop Whoop!

When the sastrugi is replaced by a nice and soft snow
A short edit from the Gran Paradiso summit back to the civilization