For my 34th birthday, Menno & I spent a long weekend exploring the lesser-visited northwest areas of County Donegal & Sligo in Ireland, discovering the raw beauty of the landscape.
The final few days of our Patagonia trip were spent away from the mountains and next to the ocean on the east coast of Argentina, on the beautiful Peninsula Valdes. We first learned about this
In the second part of our Torres Del Paine adventure in Patagonia, we hike to refugio grey, visit the magnificent glacier and kayak with icebergs on the lake.
The next instalment of our adventures in Patagonia in the stunning Torres Del Paine National Park in Chile.
It’s that time of year. Out with the old and getting ready for the new. That means time for another yearly round-up post celebrating the year gone by. 2018 – A Year In Review I
Part 2 of our Patagonia travel. In this part of our trip we head to the mountain town of El Chalten in Argentina for ski touring and hiking around the base of the famous Fitz Roy mountain.
The first instalment of the Patagonia Diaries; a recollection of an awesome adventure in South America.
A short and easy hike in Innsbruck to the summit of the Patscherkofel mountain in Igls.
Another instalment of our weekend adventures, this time in Switzerland’s Bernese Highlands and the beautiful towns of Wengen & Lauterbrunnen.
A weekend adventure hiking in the Dolomites in May 2018. We headed down to Cortina d’Ampezzo for the weekend to do a couple of day hikes. On the first afternoon we hiked up to Rifugio Vandelli and Lago Sorapis which was still frozen over, and the next morning we decided to tick off one of the most famous locations in the Dolomites from our must-see list. Somewhere we’ve both wanted to see for a long time. The Drei Zinnen.
As an ex-seasonaire, I still see my year as being divided up into a winter and a summer season. And since the winter season has pretty much finished now, I thought now would be a
In 2017 I visited the Dolomites for the first time and it’s no secret that I fell in love with the area. In fact, Menno and I have been back countless times since then. Of
Almost every day my Facebook feed is filled with articles about solo travel. Usually along the lines of why everyone should try solo travel and how it’s one of the best ways to see the
My seasonaire days are over, but part of me still feels like I’m still the ski bum I once was. I think once you’ve worked a season, a part of you will always be a seasonaire. So
It’s dumping here in the Austrian Alps and on social media, everyone seems keen to make the most of this amazing snowfall. I’m getting more and more messages from couples who love the snow to