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Flying in the Outer Hebrides (again!)

Flying in the Outer Hebrides (again!)

Last week I spent 6 days on 6 islands in the Hebrides, to the west of Scotland. Thanks to amazing weather, I got to fly in some of the most beautiful locations. This is the 3rd time I have visited these islands with an alterer…

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Soaring-Spaß in Dänemark

Soaring-Spaß in Dänemark

Nachdem voriges Jahr alles im Zeichen von X-Alps stand, blieb leider keine Zeit, meinem geliebten Dänemark einen Besuch abzustatten. Aber heuer konnte ich wieder einige Tage dort verbringen. Möchte Euch anhand einiger Bilder zeigen, dsas Dänemark nicht nur aus Ground Handling und Soaring besteht, sondern…

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Flying in the Outer Hebrides (Scotland)

Flying in the Outer Hebrides (Scotland)

Last week I was lucky enough to visit the Outer Hebrides, which are a group of islands off the North Western coast of Scotland. I didn’t really go there on a flying trip as such, but packed a couple of wings anyway……..I flew every day…

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Multisport Tour – Video

Multisport Tour – Video

Hey guys! In spring some friends and I had the idea to combine as many sports that we do together in a one-day tour. Our base-camp, again,  was Hochkeilhaus at the foot of Hochkönig mountain-range, home of one of my friends. We managed to put…

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climb & fly Königsjodler – from Roland Werner

climb & fly Königsjodler – from Roland Werner

Hello guys! This season I tried to focus more on my studies (microbiology) which I’m in the final stadium now. Believe me, I had a hard time, trying not to fly too much and spend more time in the lab and behind the desk. Anyway,…

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X-Alps Training in Snowdonia, North Wales

X-Alps Training in Snowdonia, North Wales

I’ve been training hard over the winter, but now the flying is coming good over here in the UK. This short YouTube movie shows a fantastic, if tough, training ground in one of the disused slate quarries in the heart of the Snowdonia Mountains. I…

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