Update from our ProStaff, Jens Kvernmo

Our ProStaff team member, Jens Kvernmo (@etviltliv), is spending the next three months alone with his dogs, Nira and Thunder, in a remote cabin in Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella national park. This will be darkest time of the year, and he’ll have no electricity, water supply or cell phone reception. He has to hunt and find water in the nearby rivers in order to survive. The only place he’ll have hopes of getting a signal is on the mountain tops, which will make it difficult to get help if he gets injured or sick. The plan is go make weekly climbs in order to keep us posted on his situation. We’d like to wish Jens all the best on his adventure!

Our ProStaff team member, Jens Kvernmo (@etviltliv), is spending the next three months alone with his dogs, Nira and Thunder, in a remote cabin in Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella national park. This will be darkest time of the year, and he’ll have no electricity, water supply or cell phone reception. He has to hunt and find water in the nearby rivers in order to survive. The only place he’ll have hopes of getting a signal is on the mountain tops, which will make it difficult to get help if he gets injured or sick. The plan is go make weekly climbs in order to keep us posted on his situation. We’d like to wish Jens all the best on his adventure!

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Our ProStaff Jens Kvernmo's adventure

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Our ProStaff team member, Jens Kvernmo (@etviltliv), is spending the next three months alone with his dogs, Nira and Thunder, in a remote cabin in Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella national park. This will be darkest time of the year, and he’ll have no electricity, water supply or cell phone reception. He has to hunt and find water in the nearby rivers in order to survive. The only place he’ll have hopes of getting a signal is on the mountain tops, which will make it difficult to get help if he gets injured or sick. The plan is go make weekly climbs in order to keep us posted on his situation. We’d like to wish Jens all the best on his adventure!

Our ProStaff team member, Jens Kvernmo (@etviltliv), is spending the next three months alone with his dogs, Nira and Thunder, in a remote cabin in Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella national park. This will be darkest time of the year, and he’ll have no electricity, water supply or cell phone reception. He has to hunt and find water in the nearby rivers in order to survive. The only place he’ll have hopes of getting a signal is on the mountain tops, which will make it difficult to get help if he gets injured or sick. The plan is go make weekly climbs in order to keep us posted on his situation. We’d like to wish Jens all the best on his adventure!

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Our ProStaff team member, Jens Kvernmo (@etviltliv), is spending the next three months alone with his dogs, Nira and Thunder, in a remote cabin in Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella national park. This will be darkest time of the year, and he’ll have no electricity, water supply or cell phone reception. He has to hunt and find water in the nearby rivers in order to survive. The only place he’ll have hopes of getting a signal is on the mountain tops, which will make it difficult to get help if he gets injured or sick. The plan is go make weekly climbs in order to keep us posted on his situation. We’d like to wish Jens all the best on his adventure!

Our ProStaff team member, Jens Kvernmo (@etviltliv), is spending the next three months alone with his dogs, Nira and Thunder, in a remote cabin in Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella national park. This will be darkest time of the year, and he’ll have no electricity, water supply or cell phone reception. He has to hunt and find water in the nearby rivers in order to survive. The only place he’ll have hopes of getting a signal is on the mountain tops, which will make it difficult to get help if he gets injured or sick. The plan is go make weekly climbs in order to keep us posted on his situation. We’d like to wish Jens all the best on his adventure!

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