Current favorite piece/pieces of gear?
The new Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro boot is pretty ridiculous. So light and good to hike with, but still strong enough for proper shredding.
What’s your “Back in my day, we…”?
Back in the day I used to be drunk every day. Now I'm more into the skiing side of skiing…
Who has inspired your skiing the most?
It changes all the time. Through the years I've found inspiration in different styles, from Tomba to Nicolas Müller and everything between.
Best recovery exercises?
Small beer, small snack and small stretch.
Ideal down day?
The one that's followed by a pow day.
Favorite on-mountain fuel/snack?
I claim I'm doing the perfect sandwich. Dark toast bread, avocado, fried egg and some fine Swiss mountain cheese. I've been doing the same one for about five years, and still gets happy every time I eat it. #gettingold Ha ha.
Spiciest/most intimidating line you've skied or ridden this year?
Did a steep, hidden chute in Engelberg that turned into ice half way down it. Would have been fine if I hadn't massacred my edges on rocks the run before.
Goals in skiing/riding this next year?
I'm super keen on diving a little deeper into the big mountains around Engelberg. There are so many unknown and cool traverses to do around there. But I would lie if I said I'm not stoked to shred the resort more and harder to. There's something about laps with you buddies that a ski tour can't do. Also, since I'm from Sweden, I would really like to do some bigger spring exploring missions!
What’s a great book you’ve read recently?
Kristin Lavransdotter by Sigrid Undset.
Favorite mountain range?
I really like the northern alpine ridge and the Central Switzerland mountains. It's the variety I love. Some looks like the Dolomites, and some are jagged and pointy.
Working title for the book or movie about your life?
The world youngest old man.
Best moment filming with WME this year?
We had a pretty unreal sunrise moment at the top of Mount Titlis. There's something special about riding lifts and hiking in the dark to get to your spot. Way cooler than sunsets.
How did Warren Miller the man influence your skiing/riding career?
He seems to have been a man that, even if he did great things, never was about prestige. That's how I want to look at both skiing and my life - rather having fun than trying to do what other think is cool. That's when cool stuff happens.