Trofeo Mezzalama History
The Mezzalama Trophy is the world’s highest alpine ski mountaineering race and one of the toughest races for ski mountaineers. Learn more about the history and the development of the Trofeo Mezzalama.
Trofeo Mezzalama 2019
The Mezzalama Trophy is the world’s highest alpine ski mountaineering race, and one of the toughest races in the sport. Benedikt Böhm has stepped up to this challenge and reveals just what it takes to be successful.
Mountopia Stefanie Traurig
Mountopia participant Stefanie Traurig fulfilled her personal Mountopia, the Mount Everest Basecamp. How close dream and nightmare were to each other, she tells in the Dynafit Blog.
In the ISMF World Cup the world's best athletes compete in different disciplines. Dynafit athlete Johanna Erhart knows what it comes down to and explains the most important regulations.
Mountopia 3 Peaks - 3 Days
Großglockner, Ortler, Zugspitze in only three days, exciting impressions and voices of the Mountopia winners.
Ultra Running Manaslu Trail Race
Dynafit athlete Nina Koch circumnavigated 8,165-high Manaslu in the Himalaya in 9 days. In our Dynafit blog, Nina tells of her experiences in Nepal.
mountopia mezzalama winner
The six Dynafit Mountopia winners will participate in the Trofeo Mezzalama, the toughest ski mountaineering race on this planet. In our Dynafit blog, we introduce the Mountopia winners and their fighting spirit in detail.
3 Peaks - 3 Days is the finale project for the winners of the Mountopia Challenge Summer 2018. Using Speed Style, they will climb Grossglockner, Ortler and Zugspitze. We want to introduce them to you.
Taking the title of the highest peak in Europe, Mt. Elbrus tops out at 5,642 meters. Dynafit athletes Johanna and Vroni took on this mountain and raced it in the Red Fox Elbrus Race. Nick Hendrickson accompanied them and tells us how it went.
Tips for an Ultramarathon
Race preparation for an ultra is key and very personal. However, there is a bit more planning needed prior to an ultra than before a normal short race. Here are my top five tips that are particularly key in my own ultra planning.
Crossing Austria Project
Two friends. Two extreme athletes. Two exceptional athletes: Klaus Gösweiner and Markus Amon. Their goal: to ultrarun straight across Austria - seven days, 500 kilometers and 20,000 meters of climbing.
Nowhere is trail running preparation more critical than running long days in cold weather at high elevation. Alpine Runner Dan Patitucci shares his Himalayan running experiences and gives tips how to deal with elevation and what gear to bring.
Training for an Ultramarathon
The path to an ultramarathon demands a lot of discipline. But how do you become an ultrarunner and how do you prepare for your first ultra? We asked our athletes and determined that there is not one single path to becoming an ultrarunner.
Ski Touring Adamello
Elisa Deutschmann, her Husky and 4 friends were out and about last season in a side valley in the Adamello Group in Italy. Due to the very long approach, this valley is usually deserted and bestowed on them wonderful expedition-like feel.
24 hours skimo record
Hard training, perfect conditions, and unwavering passion for ski mountaineering. Lars Erik Skjervheim trained for three years for this day. Now, the weekend of May 19-20, 2018 is in the books.
Freeride professional Eric Hjorleifson about the new Hoji Pro Tour ski touring boot.
Damavand - Sea to Summit
I stand on the summit of Damavand, the highest mountain in Iran. Behind me are 5,970 meters of vert (19,587 ft.) and 130 kilometers (81 miles). For 14 hours and 20 minutes, I made my body suffer while outwitting my mind.
Gran Paradiso Mountopia Johanna Erhart
17,000 meters of vert -- 1,000 kilometers -- 7 days: Bike & Hike Gran Paradiso
Skitouring Alaska Mountopia Igone Campos
Ski, eat, sleep, repeat -- that's how Igone Campos envisioned Alaska and her Mountopia there. Here you can read about her adventures at the Chugach Mountains.
Patrouille des Glaciers – ski mountaineering race
The world’s largest ski mountaineering race. The legend from different perspectives
Ski Touring Bulgaria
What do you think of when you think of Bulgaria? Ski touring? Not. That's what most Europeans and many others would certainly think...
Recovery after training and races
In performance sports, recovery has been accepted for a long time as part of the training process and recognized as an integral part of training management.
Lenin Peak Speed Ascent
During high-alpine mountaineering, physical and mental strength come together in situations on the mountain that could never be foreseen. That is what our climbing team experienced recently on Lenin Peak...
Interview Igone Campos
What’s your Mountopia? For its third round, the Mountopia competition again drew many international athletes. Igone Campos Odriozola was right in the mix from the start and was always among the top 10. This was her third try, and it finally all came together...
Snow Leopard Day 2019
Collecting vertical meters to help the endangered Snow Leopards. At the 9th International Snow Leopard Day the participants covered a total of 1,096,234 vertical meters – that´s a new record!
Why is Sellaronda Skiamarathon so successful? Because it’s an incredible experience, in direct contact with nature.
Ski Touring Crete
An experience report about an exotic ski touring trip to Crete, endless snow-covered expanse in the Lefka Ori mountains and Greek hospitality.
Großglockner Ultra Trail 2017
An experience report of Großglockner Ultratrail 2017 by blogger and runner Harald Angerer.
The Horny Tour
Starting from Rosenlaui in Switzerland, there is a ski mountaineering tour that combines ascents of the Wetterhorn (3692 meters), Mittelhorn (3703 meters) and Rosenhorn (3688 meters).
Etna Speed Rush
When the name Sicily pops up, we don’t make the immediate association with snow. Same goes for volcanoes. Rather, the mind delivers thoughts of a hot and arid environment. With Etna however...