Happy to see that knowledge from our safety camp last December with and are be…

Happy to see that knowledge from our safety camp last December with @mmrapaporthargin and @istaeducation are being shared. This time in the November issue of magazine Scandinavian Traveler. It’s important to share our stories and talk to each other to create more awareness on the mountain.
The autumn and early season are perfect times to invest in education and start preparing for upcoming days out in the snow. Talking from own experiences it feels great to learn more. Gain more trust in your own knowledge to be able to create a safe-environment while being out shredding with friends. To fully be able to trust others, we first need to take responsibility within ourselves. Creating trust in your own decisions by getting educated and by that creating trust together with others.
Glad to learn, share and develop with fantastic people. All photos by @antonenerlovphotography ———————————————————————————
#inspirelikematilda #sharingiscaring❤️ #FeelAlive @hellyhansen #hellyhansen @head_ski #hojdmeter #istaeducation

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Källa: Sofie Gidlund

I’m born in January 1996 in the arctic city Kiruna, Sweden. My life on skis started at the age of 3 years at “Loussavaarabacken”. Alpine skiing has been my main focus during my skiing career until the season 16/17. This year has been spent down in the alps on my first freeride season. With new goals and dreams my main focus for this season was to compete on the FWQ-tour. Skiing is undoubtedly my biggest passion. Doesn’t matter if I ski in the piste, off-pist or touring in the backcountry. A day in the ski-boots is a good day!