“Don’t worry, our mom has approved this video.” –Nikolai Schirmer

Pro skier Nikolai Schirmer brought his little brother Severin to work last year over Easter and he came away with some epic footage that should be entered for best tomahawk of winter 2022.

Baby bro Severin is a busy dude studying AI in Olso while working on a waste management startup but you put him in the mountain he goes from urbanite to charger at the flick of a switch. Nico invited him up to Tromsø for an objective he had been wanting pursue and the kid ended up tumbling down the entire thing in spectacular fashion.

Cheers to all those weekend warriors out there who maintain their career and still get super rad.


Store Lenangstind, also known as Storlenangstind, is a prominent mountain peak situated in the Lyngen Alps of Norway. Rising to an elevation of 1,038 meters (3,406 feet), it is a popular destination for mountaineers, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts seeking breathtaking alpine experiences.

The mountain’s name is derived from the Norwegian words “Store” (meaning large) and “Lenangstind” (referring to the Lenangen fjord). The mountain offers a stunning panoramic view of the surrounding landscapes, including the azure waters of the fjords and the rugged terrain of the Lyngen Peninsula. The area is known for its dramatic topography, characterized by steep slopes, glaciers, and rocky peaks.

Store Lenangstind presents a range of challenges for climbers, making it an ideal spot for both seasoned mountaineers and those seeking to push their limits. The ascent can involve various routes, each differing in difficulty and technical requirements, catering to climbers of different skill levels.

The Lyngen Alps, where Store Lenangstind is located, are a paradise for nature enthusiasts, offering opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, and other outdoor activities during the winter months, and trekking and climbing during the summer. The mountain’s majestic presence and the rugged beauty of its surroundings make Store Lenangstind a cherished destination for adventurers and photographers alike, capturing the essence of Norway’s wild and awe-inspiring landscapes.

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