In these remote places where few others ventured, Sabina felt most at ease and thrived in her work. Her love for wilderness and nature eventually led her to the west coast of Canada, where she found her passion for guiding in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia in 2017, leading bear-viewing tours and teaching about the ecology of this special ecosystem since.
When she isn't guiding, Sabina likes to hike to remote places. A recent highlights was her successful attempt to climb a mountain in the British Columbia wilderness, far from any trails. This multi-day adventure in the roughest terrain she had ever explored, and the reward it held, epitomizes why she loves working as a naturalist guide: to give others the opportunity to experience rare moments in nature and create lifelong memories.
Sabina is currently leading Nat Hab expeditions in the Swiss Alps. She is excited to share her passion for the Alpine terrain alpine that inspired her enthusiasm for nature early on, leading her on the path to a gratifying career as a naturalist guide today.
Upcoming Trips with Sabine:
Wild Switzerland: Peaks, Lakes & Glaciers