Pakistani youth, boys and girls, experience a ski course of a different kind with the two Austrian ski guides Stefan Ager and Andreas Gumpenberger – and not in Austria, but in Pakistan. At the invitation of Samina Baig, the first Pakistani and Muslim woman, who stood at all summits of the “Seven Summits”, and her brother Mirza, also climber and head of the organization “Pakistan Youth Outreach”, the two travel to the north of Pakistan. Sleeping is in tents, there is of course no lift and a heater for drying the socks is also in vain. The aim of the Pakistani sibling couple is to give the young people, especially the girls, the opportunity to do sports and to be able to celebrate success in sports in the distant future.
A film by Jan Eric Euler and Bergkult Productions
About the project STEPZERO.ONE In cooperation with the non-profit organization Pakistan Youth Outreach the mountaineer and VAUDE-athlete Stephan Keck encourages young men and women to undertake adventures and learn to excel in challenging situations. His goal is to promote unity, share diversity and pluralism and to encourage the youth to take initiatives, engage in outdoors and work in teams. STEPZERO.ONE and Pakistan Youth Outreach has been promoting ski through training camps and competitions for the last couple of years. They are now highly optimistic about the future of ski in Pakistan, given the surmounting interest of young men and women in the sport. The goal is to empower the youth in Pakistan, to educate them in skiing and to find talents who will participate in Olympia 2022. Stephan Keck and his team support the project with skiing gear, instruction and coaching of the young athletes. The continuation of the project depends largely on donation. Used ski gear and financial support will benefit the project in helping organize future ski courses in Pakistan.
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My name is Daniel Kreher and I’m from Salgen in the Lower Allgäu region of Germany. My greatest passions are traveling and travel photography. It all began in 2005 when a friend of mine, Peter, and I took off on a major motorcycle journey for the first time. I was bitten by the travel bug and it hasn’t let up since. It’s all about experiencing unique moments up close and personal. Capturing the fascination of the lighting is the key to success for creating captivating images. This usually means a lot of hard work, but the unforgettable moments make it all worth the effort. In each and every second, a multitude of angles and lighting effects create an endless variety of motifs and images in the world, which appear and disappear.I see capturing these images skillfully with my photo gear as my personal challenge for the future, especially since I’ll probably always have only one chance to visit each region.