There’s nothing quite like leaving fresh tracks in deep snow. And the good news is that there are some amazing places to go and shred in the Alps. Don’t believe me? Here are some of the best places in Europe for freeriding.
The northern lights can be seen from September until April in latitudes above 55° north. To have the best chances of seeing the northern lights you need clear skies and no light pollution, along with a good amount of patience. Choosing a location for your aurora hunting trip can be difficult, as the aurora are fickle, as is the weather. It’s not just about finding a location that is far north, but also taking in to consideration the weather conditions, light pollution, ease of access and of course the cost. Finding a destination that not only offers the chance to watch the aurora but also has lots of other activities on offer too will make sure that you have an unforgettable trip whatever happens.
We’ve all seen those hashtags #couplegoals. Well here are 6 adventurous couples to follow on Instagram to fire up your sense of wanderlust and inspire you to start planning some adventures.
When you start hiking, day hikes turn in to overnight trips, and before you know it, you’re planning a multi-day trekking adventure. Whilst there may not be any Hollywood movies about these trails yet, this selection of Europe’s best multi-day hikes treats hikers to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Think jagged mountain peaks, turquoise lakes, ancient glaciers and dramatic coastlines. And for those who take on the challenge of these multi-day hikes, the experience is one they will never forget.
Five of Europe’s best outdoor adventures to add to your bucket list.
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo (also called the Drei Zinnen) are perhaps the most famous peaks in the Dolomites UNESCO world heritage region in northern Italy. Alongside Lake Braies, they are one of the most popular sites to visit in the area. Back in May this year we finally got to experience hiking the Tre Cime.
Staying in a mountain hut can be a great adventure. But what can you expect on your first mountain hut experience? I talk about my first time in a mountain hut in the Austrian Alps and what I learned about mountain hut etiquette.
Spending time outside has many benefits to our physical and mental wellbeing, from helping reduce stress levels to improving concentration. But with the busy lives that we all lead, sometimes it’s easy to feel like you’re trapped behind a computer screen for 90% of your life. If you long to get out from behind your desk and get outside more, this blog post is for you, with some tip tips on how to spend more time outside.
Female focused adventure and outdoor lifestyle blogs for inspiring intrepid women around the globe to get outside and explore.
If you like the feeling of adrenaline pumping through your veins and you’re looking for a new sport to try this year, perhaps it’s time to give climbing a try. In this introduction to climbing, we’re going to look at a few of the most well-known forms of climbing, and hopefully inspire you to give it a go.
Iceland is a country of insane natural beauty. You only need to Google search adventure travel in Europe and Iceland will come up on almost every top 10 list. And whilst this boom in tourism
If you’ve ever flicked through a coffee table book of must-see natural wonders or bucket list destinations, then you’ve probably seen pictures of Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia. Last May we had a few
Today photographer Becca Nelson from Chris & Becca Photography in the USA is going to take you on a trip to the rugged Ligurian coast of northern Italy, to the area called the Cinque Terre.
Join Lisa & her partner on a sea kayaking trip around the Cyclade Islands of Greece, kayaking during the day and wild camping in the evenings.
Today I’m handing you over to Carlyn of Carlyn K Photography and her husband Benjamin who are going to take you on an exciting adventure as they embark on a road trip around Iceland’s Ring Road, Route 1.
The captain came on the intercom: “Good afternoon ladies and gentleman. This is your captain speaking. We will shortly be beginning our descent into the Faroe Islands. For those of you that are travelling to the
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Lapland might possibly be the perfect destination for a romantic weekend break for couples that love adventure but who also want a nice relaxing weekend. Wait a minute! I know
The northern lights (or aurora borealis) are one of this world’s most magnificent phenomenon. If you want to capture a glimpse of this incredible occurrence, the best locations in Europe are in northern Scandinavia. However, on nights
Glaciers have always fascinated me. These amazing seas of ice that are thousands of years old, and it troubles me deeply to know that they are disappearing. Three years ago, Menno and I hiked up to the tongue
In the region known as South Tyrol you’ll find some of the Europe’s most stunning alpine scenery in the UNESCO site of the Dolomites. It’s been somewhere on our bucket list ever since we moved
Growing up in England, I never really had much desire to go on holiday there. I always had a bad case of “the grass is always greener” syndrome, and wanted to travel as far away
It can feel like one of those catch 22 situations; you sit at your desk planning your next adventure, dreaming about leaving and travelling the world, but you know that you need to go to work in
Last year photographer Tom Cairns did something that he’d been talking about for years. He took a road trip up to the far North of Scotland and man what a trip it was. Here’s how Tom
Seeing the northern lights was always on my bucket list. And during our honeymoon in Iceland in 2014 we were lucky enough to see them twice. And it was wonderful. But there was still
Iceland is fast becoming one of the most desirable destinations for adventure and photography lovers. It’s got everything from vast nothingness to dramatic waterfalls to glacial lakes and the northern lights. Being relatively outdoorsy types,
Wedding photographers Anna and Mike of Luna Weddings chose Iceland for their honeymoon and decided to document their adventure not just by photographing the beautiful landscapes but also turning the camera around and photographing themselves.
One of my favourite things to do on days off is to go climbing with Menno. We love climbing via ferrata routes (or Klettersteig as it’s known in German speaking countries), and we’re extremely lucky