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NEVER-ENDING SLOPE DREAMS

TWO GUYS, ONE MISSION

Kamchatka – the breathtaking volcanic peninsula in Northeast Asia, which has been a natural world heritage site since the 1990s. The 4,750m high Kljutschewskaja Sopka volcano marks an absolute dream destination for ski enthusiasts like German freeskiers Sven Kueenle and Bene Mayr. Equipped with the latest FIRE+ICE winter collection, they experience the spectacular powder and ski into a live volcano.

BENE MAYR

Bene Mayr began his skiing career at the age of three, today he is one of the world’s top freeskiers. Bene about Kamchatka: “I love travelling to places where very few people have been before. Skiing with Sven is amazing – when he says he can do it; I know I can do it too. Skiing down a volcano? Crazy! Hot air and loud noises all around you – what an adventure.”

SVEN KUEENLE

Sven Kueenle, born in 1983, freeskiing professional and globetrotting action film maker. His speciality – aerial shots like backflips and crazy twists. Sven about Kamchatka: “Ben and I are in perfect harmony, we share the best lines. Skiing on the volcano was the supreme high, the ultimate fun place to ski!”

SKIWEAR FOR HIM AND HER

Perfect for your next adventure – insulating puffer-look ski jackets, breathable first layers and waterproof ski trousers.

SKI HIGHLIGHTS

ABOUT KAMCHATKA

Kamchatka is a volcanic peninsula in North East Asia with over 300,000 inhabitants. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996. At 4,750 metres, Klyuchevskaya Sopka is the highest active volcano in Eurasia. The peninsula’s climate is cold to temperate, with an average temperature around 2°C. Interesting fact: Kamchatka has only been accessible to tourists since 1990.

JOIN THE ADVENTURE

Bene and Sven’s incredible trip on video: watch it, come along and share the excitement.

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