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Husband of Sabine, qualified ski and mountaineering guide, also a qualified riverrafting guide, canyoning guide, skipper, diver, hangglidingpilot and a J&S leader for sailing, mountainclimbing and skiing, therefore he is comfortable at in the Himalaja and also on the ocean. During his broad training in outdoor activities, he studied geography and became a well known expert on the impact of climate change in the Alps.Following the successful start of the Top to Top Expedition with the Swiss ToptoTop he is bound with his wife Sabine to reach all the climate zones of the world by either muscle or wind power in order to motivate people to have a respectful interaction with nature. They aim to move as many people as possible towards solidarity for the people effected by climate change.PDF filede_cv-darioschwoerer.pdf (PDF, 0.2MB) Curriculum Vitae from Dario Schwoerer in German

Sabine Schwörer-Ammann

Sabine SchwörerSabine Schwörer-Ammann, the wife of Dario, a qualified nurse, skipper, diver and J&S leader, loves the mountains and the sea.Following the successful start of the Top to Top Expedition with the Swiss ToptoTop she is bound with her husband Dario to reach all the climate zones of the world by either muscle or wind power in order to motivate people to have a respectful interaction with nature. They aim to move as many people as possible towards solidarity for the people effected by climate change.

Salina, Andri Noe and Alegra Schwörer
Salina SchwörerBefore Salina was born, she already sailed 5000 nautical miles, cycled 2500 km and climbed 4000 m.
Andri has done 6000 nm and 600 km before he was born.
Noe did already a Sydney Hobart Race and sailed from the the very South of Australia to the very North, before he was born in Darwin. Soon after he became the youngest person in Everest BC.
Alegra is the latest of the Schwoerer family, born in Singapore. She sailed in her first year already over the Indian- and Atlantic Ocean.All are bound with her parents Sabine and Dario to reach all the climate zones of the world by either muscle or wind power in order to motivate people to have a respectful interaction with nature and our climate. They aim to move as many people as possible towards solidarity for the people effected by climate change.

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