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12 December 2018
Websites and apps that maybe you didn't know about already or were curious to find out more. These websites and apps are excellent resources to help you plan your winter adventure. From mountains navigation to equipment buying and forums for advice, knowledge and opportunities to collaborate. To travel, the philosophy is to share knowledge, share tips, so we are passing this know-how onto you . . . . The mountains are calling, are you ready?
We have covered a lot this summer about adventure travel destinations, bucket list travel and how to travel without breaking the bank. We want to facilitate you with all the possible info. Along the way, in our own discovery and journey, we have discovered some websites and apps that we LOVE. Resources that have helped us personally and a go-to for free and unbias info.
The idea is so revolutionary and groundbreaking, its hard not to sound bias but we promise, getting to know fatmap will change the way you do adventures! FATMAP is an Outdoor Adventure Company dedicated to building the world's best 3D mapping technology, adventure community and outdoor services.
From Winter mountain adventures, hiking, MTB & more, you can get real-time, high res 3D maps to help you plan your journey with precision and safety in mind. No longer must you use a map, hoping to judge the terrain and conditions with numerous different resources and a certain amount of guessing, Fatmap gives you confidence in your adventure.
They also have a pretty epic journal page which provides plenty of inspiration.
B. Fatmap Journal
Freeride.se is an incredible website for adventurous Swedes. Skiing and snowboarding, MTB and more. Head to their website for stories from the mountains, written by athletes, regular riders and industry pros. Stories from mysterious mountains around the world, how-to, advice and more. They are also an incredible live forum where seasonnaires can collaborate on adventures.
Thinking of heading somewhere cool but your crew are all busy, don't worry, head onto freeride.se to meet new friends and experience wonderful places with a new group of friends. I (A Brit) have posted on freeride.se numerous times, the site helped me find roommates for my ski season for the last 6 seasons, its pretty epic and everyone is extremely friendly, of course it wouldn't hurt for you to learn to hey hey in Swedish, however, I am sure the Swedes will agree. . . the only phrase you need is "Lagom".
A few years ago a friend told me that although sites like Snow Forecast and national weather apps were great to get a general indicator of snowfall during the winter, it's wise to create a more detailed picture before heading out on backcountry adventures. That's when I learnt about YR.NO. Both the weather app and website are fantastically useful and in terms of reliability, I have found wind and snowfall prediction to be eerily accurate.
The user-friendly but simplistic app and website are now my go-to spots when planning a freeride backcountry trip, paired with the national weather app, you can create a more detailed outlook.
Deal is not a traditional online shopping service, and we don't intend to become one. You don't just shop at Deal, you engage in meaningful conversations with passionate experts who help you find the product, services, and travel experiences that fit you best.
A forum for helping you find a travel partner, but complete with pictures and good layout. You post the trip you're planning and invite others with similar interests to join you. If you're looking for an adventure, it's a great place to start and offers the opportunity to travel with others without sacrificing the flexibility of solo travel, as you can hop in and out of trips as you fancy.- theguardian.com
Ongosa is the easiest way to find and book lessons and guiding sessions for adventure sports. Our team of experts recommend the best schools or independent instructors for you, to help you reach the next level.
There you have it adventurers, just a few amazing resources for planning adventures. Websites and apps to make life a little easier for you, to open up closed doors, connect with others and plan with precision. What are your favourite websites and apps? Let us know on social media, send us a message or comment on a post, we would LOVE to hear more.
In life, one can find vitality and excitement when walking on the edge between euphoria and oblivion. By balancing upon this line between danger and fair of death and the possibility of reaching the limits of human potential. This notion has never been more real, more visceral than with freeriding. Together we can see oblivion and come out the other side a better and more balanced rider.
As part of our "Introducing" series, we are interviewing amazingly talented photographers. We touched base with Christian Gollhofer from Germany to talk balancing your passions with your job, surfing in landlocked Munich and how to capture the perfect wave on film. We found out more about battling Instagram for exposure and how the stunning scenery of the German mountains inspired him to use nature as his focus.
Things to buy, keep, love & pass on. Wondering what to buy for an avid adventurer and from which companies? Perhaps you yourself are a traveller, a wanderer and someone who thrives on nature. We have teamed up with some incredible brands to bring you the ultimate gift guide. This gift guide has all the brands an adventurer would love to receive gifts from. These brands create products that stand the test of time, get better with age, can take a good beating from repeated use and gifts you will grow to love so much, you will feel blessed to pass it onto loved ones.
Travelling is exciting - new experiences open up new horizons and sometimes make such an impact that entirely changes the way the traveller thinks about the world. It can be the best way to eliminate “prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness” as Mark Twain put it. But there is a catch!
Have you ever thought about the carbon footprint you leave behind when you travel?