The most migrated woman in the world
When CHRISTINE THÜRMER was born in 1967, there was nothing to indicate that she would one day become the most migrated woman in the world.
At school, she was at the top of her class, but in sports she was a total loser. So she first makes a steep career as a manager, before she realizes after an unexpected dismissal and the death of a friend: Time - and not money - is the most important resource in life.
Completely untrained, she hikes 4,277 kilometers from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail - despite flat feet, knock knees and being overweight!
And that's just the beginning: she has since covered 60,000 kilometers on foot and crossed the USA and Europe three times each.
Why does she prefer to prepare for her tours on the computer rather than in the gym? Why doesn't she wear underpants on the road, but carries a garbage bag with her? And what is it about this life that makes her so damn happy?
When viewers ask her live questions about this, she doesn't shy away from any answers and even presents her weirdest hiking outfit.
With many funny, exciting and thoughtful anecdotes, the three-time bestselling author describes her path from couch potato to long-distance hiker and her everyday outdoor life as a woman traveling alone. In addition, there are amazing practical tips, tour ideas from Brandenburg to Patagonia and a demonstration of her minimalist equipment. A good mood show without campfire romance and outdoor clichés for all those who want to set off themselves or are simply interested in life on the move.This content has been machine translated.