A panoramic spot can give us one of those moments to imprint in our memory, on a day but especially at the right time. As we make our way to the Gardenacia lodge from La Villa in Val Badia, we are not yet fully aware of what awaits us.
When you go hiking in the mountains, it is easy to meet two types of hikers: those who bring their own food and those who can’t wait to get to the lodge for a nice meal.
The choice of Alberto and Valentina (Focus on Trips) this month falls on Lake Fojedora, which can be reached by a classic route starting from the famous Lake Braies. But it is here that the topographical map reveals another access via the summit of Piz da Peres, towards a more adrenalin-filled and wild itinerary.
Among the essential products for one’s first walk are trekking poles, as Stefano Marchi explains.
We have selected 5 sea-view trekkings for you: all you have to do is take your trekking poles with you, wherever you go.
Alberto and Valentina from Focus on Trips take us with them to Passo Sella, from where a path zig-zags across the scree at the foot of the Dolomites walls.
For the 2023 summer season, Cober has renewed its support to Mont Blanc Discovery, the Mont Blanc nature guide activity programme.
Poles are an essential part of the equipment for tackling a multi-day trek in the mountains. We asked Marco Majori, mountain guide and mountaineering instructor of the Bormio Mountain Guides group, about the advantages of using trekking poles.
From 9 to 10 July we will be at the Outdoor Business Days in Riva del Garda, where we will presentall the news for the summer 24 collection.
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Our starting point is the Costalunga Pass, which, coming up from Bolzano, connects the Val d’Ega with the Val di Fassa. We put on our boots and prepare our trekking poles.
Dog trekking allows you to be accompanied on your outdoor adventures by your furry friends. Who better than them to share a beautiful day outdoors?
Numerous historical and cultural routes of the most diverse origins are being discovered and developed throughout our country. From ancient religious roads, to mule tracks, to old trade routes. Get yourself a pair of trekking poles and set out to discover the Cammini d’Italia!
For the summer season ’23, we have developed three new models. Cardamine and Taraxacum, for adults and children approaching alpine hiking, and Artemisia, for the new generation of fast hikers.
New season, new Winter 22-23 catalogue with the addition of four new products divided into different categories: Freedom for Ski Touring, PowPow and Queen G for Freeskiing and Rebel for Alpine skiing.
Together with Funivia del Lagazuoi and Skyway Monte Bianco, immerse yourself in the breathtaking Alpine scenery and its rich history and nature.
Nordic Walking has been described by its creator, Marko Kantaneva, as the most efficient and enjoyable workout in the world. But what is it exactly?
The pole is perhaps the most overlooked or least known item of ski equipment. Most of the time we only take into account the length of the pole, but we ignore the fact that there are actually many other characteristics that we need to pay attention to, which vary from discipline to discipline.
This year, more than ever, at Cober we have decided to celebrate this occasion with a tribute to that desire to return to high altitude, in contact with nature and snow, common to many, and to rediscover those emotions that have always linked us to the mountains!
For the restart season, Cober launches the new Hero grip, designed for greater comfort, together with a new design for the top-selling Eagle poles. The aim: to encourage sports and nature lovers to enjoy the experience with the best materials and tools.
Cober and Donne di Montagna together for the second Summer Camp in September, in Val di Fassa.