Hiking/trekking, Norway

Hiking in the Lofoten Islands

As soon as we arrived with the ferry in Moskenes we set off towards the village of “Å” in our rental car. It wasn’t more than a fifteen minute drive until we arrived at what was quite a small village, which could be seen in just a few minutes walking around. Driving up through the […]

Hiking/trekking, Norway

Nordkapp at the End of the World

As me and my colleague Malene had been traveling around Northern Norway, holding travel speeches in Mo i Rana, Bodø, Tromsø and Alta, we decided to use the oportunity to do a bit of exploring. We drove up the road E39 just like all the other tourists anf stopped at Nordkapp, which is known to […]

Hiking/trekking, Israel

Hiking the Worlds Biggest Crater in Mitzpe Ramon

Driving through the desert from Eilat to Mitzpe Ramon, there was little to see except some lonely farms and lots of military bases. At the end of the ride we drove down into the Ramon Crater and then up from it again into the town of Mitzpe Ramon. Well settled into my hostel, the Green […]

Hiking/trekking, New Zealand

Trekking the Tongoriro Crossing

New Zealand is known for its nature and good hiking possibilities. The most famous of the day hikes being the Tongoriro Crossing that starts and ends outside a small town simply called National Park in the middle of the North Island of New Zealand. At first I thought I would be okay with my simple […]

Hiking/trekking, Norway

Day Trip From Stavanger to Kjerag

Kjeragbolten is a bouder that is wedged between a mountain crevice in the en of Lysefjorden in Forsand Municipality. The trip to Kjeragbolten is easily doable as a day trip from Stavanger either with bus, with boat or by self drive. I decided to go for the latter. READ MORE