with his Travlr® at Mission Sand Carlos Borromeo Del Rio Carmelo in Carmel, California
Guide Fernando, Spain:
Testing Volkstaf® walking staffs
Fernando, an adventure tour guide leading a group of hikers through the Pyrenees tests out the strength of the Volkstaf walking staff and is impressed!
Elisa M, California:
In the Pyrenees
Adventure traveler Elisa retrieves her Volkstaf® walking sticks from guide Fernando and continues her hike through the beautiful Pyrenees Mountains.
Herb Melchior, Photographer; Alaska
photo by Hilda Melchior
Yellow Mountains, China.
"We're getting back to normal after a very busy two week long trip to China. Both of us used our Volkstafs, especially in the Yellow Mountains. Here I am photographing in the Yellow Mountains using my tall Volkstaf (camera mount) with a Manfrotto 234 RC Tilt head."
At Machu Picchu, Peru
"The Machu Picchu ruins are directly behind me."
"My walking staff save me on numerous occasions! Not just when hiking Machu Picchu but hiking in the Galapagos Islands, too!"
with her Volkstaf® in Venice, Italy
Diane S., Tennessee:
photo by husband, J.T. S.
in Antarctica with her Volkstaf® walking staffs.
"Just wanted to say how delighted I was with the poles. I was amazed at how much help they were to me balancing... Because they folded to such a small size, I could carry them everywhere, 'just in case.' Thanks for such a great product."
Lynn S., Virginia:
Out vacationing after a broken ankle.
"I'm sending a picture of myself and my daughter exploring Grimspound on Dartmoor. As you can see, it was a foggy day on the moor that day, but it did clear later although it stayed pretty cool. I think I did pretty well for having had a broken ankle a few months before."
Marilyn W, New Jersey:
with her Travlr® on Mt. Vesuvius, Southern Italy.
"The Travlr worked really well for me on my tour of Southern Italy! It made it all the way up Mt Vesuvius! In fact without it I couldn't have made it to the top rim. It worked well on all the miles of uneven, slippery old marble stairs and hills in Rome, Veiste, Matera and Positano."
Fred S., West Midlands, United Kingdom:
Fred uses his Travlr® to fight off the crocs at the bottom of his meadow close to Stratford-Upon-Avon. His wife Maureen who shot the picture says, "Amazing what the recent floods left behind!" :-) (it's a bronze croc made in India!!)
On safer land, Fred poses on a trip to London.
Judy B, North Carolina:
Hiking in Germany
With husband and friends on a 5K hike through the Black Forest in Germany
Judy is one of our original walking staff customers, having bought her original Travlr® back from the designers, Joan and Arthur Stoliar.
Carol P., Bath, North Carolina:
With her Travlr® in the Galapagos Islands
"The Travlr Staff worked great in the Galapagos. It was very convenient, easy to keep in the backpack, sturdy and solid. Thanks for a great product"
Members of Girl Scout Troup 2376 and Cub Scout Pack 15, of Richmondville, NY
with their Volkstaf® walking staffs on top of Vroman's Nose, Middleburgh, NY
600' above the farmlands of the Schoharie Creek Valley to an elevation of 1220'