‘With an old French camper van, a playlist filled with indy folk music, several off-piste and splitboard sets, a fully equipped camera bag and a few laptops we travelled South. The South which is known for it’s precious beaches, but forgotten for it’s demanding peaks…the Pyrenees.’
In winter 2015, we went for an adventure far east in Romania. The trip and idea was organized by Mirte van Dijk for Taste Snowboard magazine.
Why would you stick to that what is known, if there are so many unknown places where winter is coming? Following our line all the way to Romania, we – Sébastien Jam (FR), John Frosted (CH), Mirte van Dijk (NL) and Thomas Bekker (FR) – ended up in a lost forest listening to the songs of orthodox monks, traveling further along through mud and snow trying to track a way to the mountains and drinking beer with a guy who bought a skilift which he switched on just for us.
So ask again, why stick to that what you already know?