Just sitting here in Saas Fee and kind of getting excited about tomorrow! Since April I had a long break and tomorrow is the day to get back on the snow! This August and September we will be training 3-4 days (a week) on the snow and the rest off snow training- back exercises, general body works, sup boarding, skating, biking and as well some other fun sports like tennis, beach volleyball and maybe I will go back to France for a week of surfing!
But first of all I hope I will be able to ride down the mountain on my snowboard tomorrow! Some flash back moments from last season in Laax….
What does a snowboarder with out the snow? I am really enjoying my time off snow! No sport? No not at all, I’m really active at the moment, the last few weeks i have been biking, hiking, swimming, sup boarding, beach volleyball and skateboarding, There are so many other fascinating stuff to do! At the moment I really enjoy the good summer period we have right now in Switzerland. I was hiking a lot and explored the mountains around my home in Flims. With my SUP Board I made a two days trip at the Walensee. We slept outside at the fool moon and really enjoyed the beauty of nature! As well I spend a lot of time at the Cauma lake in Flims.
Right now I am in the Swiss Snowboard Camp in Ticino. We are training hard and sweating a lot during our exercises. Some times we have to take a longer break and enjoy the swim in the lake or river. Today we made a little trip to Vale Maggia and jumped in from the cliffs….
Tomorrow I will visit the Moon and Stars festival in Locarno- Life is wonderful!!
After many days on the snow it was time to take a break and travel to the warmer landscape. This time I’m on training-vacation with the Swiss Snowboard Team in Hossegor, France.
The culture, the city, the food, the designers, the ocean- thats Barcelona! I spend four amazing days in Barcelona! It was an incredible cool trip with some sightseeing, shopping, swimming in the ocean and watching the Street League Skateboard event. I had an incredible fun time in this city!
If you plan to visit the city and you need some recommendations- please go ahead! And yes I will go back there as soon as I can!! If you haven’t visited this city- go!
Stay: MH apartments Center is really good located! The apartments are not really cheap but very nice! If you are looking for a cheap accommodation check out www.airbnb.ch.
-Cafe Cometa http://cafecometa.com, my favorite place to spend a slow morning!
-The Juice House https://instagram.com/thejuicehouse/
– Sesamo,Carrer de Sant Antoni Abat, 52, 08001 Barcelona, Spanien
– Teresa Carles http://www.teresacarles.com
– Vegetalia, c/ Escudellers 54, www.restaurantvegetalia.com/
– Dostrece, Carme 40, Barcelona
– Hotel 1898 – La Rambla, 109, Barcelona, Spain (Rooftop Bar)
– La Terraza at Villa Emilia, Carrer de Calàbria, 115 eixample, barcelona, (Rooftop Bar)
– Never Mind, Escudellers Blancs Nº3 Bajos – 08002, 08002 Barcelona (Skater Bar with a Bowl)
– The Corner, Parlament n36, Local 1
– Devina Mente, Parlament 36
… and many more!
this is it, season 14/15 is over! it was a blast being healthy all winter long and be able to visit many amazing places, get in touch with very different people and learn a lot more about life!
some more words about my season will drop soon! let’s enjoy the weekend- sina
thanks for the pic http://aaronschwartz.ca
This week was the 5th edition of the Girls Camp in Corvatsch. Ursina Haller, the organizer from the event, could bring 33 girls from the age of 7 to 22 together for a snowboard weekend. i was lucky and I got the most amazing crew- the youngest ones! We were shredding together and were laughing a lot! It was nice to bring them to bad, to wake them up in the morning and to show them some cool tricks on the slopes and in the park. The kids were learning fast and we enjoyed every single minute on the snow.
I am really thankful for this amazing experience: the wonderful smiles, happy faces and amazing inputs!