The Lisegang rings is a phenomena I hadn´t ever heard of until I came to Australia. Over there it is pretty "common" (there are a few places around where you can see this). We first saw it in a photo on Instagram and were like: "Whaaaaaa?" so we decided to see it for ourselves. Living… Continue reading Bouddi National Park
Everyone that has an inch of an interest for hiking has seen that picture on Instagram: You know, that picture with a surreal looking mountainside, which is completely green on one side and dark, grey and hostile on the other. It´s almost like the mountain broke in half. If you haven't seen it yet. I… Continue reading Hiking in the Odle Mountains
In Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah, there are two really cool hikes you have to do in the slot canyons. This is the place to go if you would like to try some canyoneering without the dangers of going 127 h or getting lost in a crazy maze of red mountains. Entrance to the… Continue reading Peek-a-boo and Spooky Gulch (hiking)
The tre cime di lavaredo is an unreal hiking route in the Italian Alps, the Dolomites. Easiest way to get here, is by car. Closest city is Auronzo di Cadore. You can park your car next to Lake Misurina and take a bus up to Rif. Auronzo, the starting point of this hiking route. The hike… Continue reading Tre cime di lavaredo (hiking route)
If you go to California, it is almost mandatory to go to Yosemite National Park. The park is pretty close to San Fransisco and it is so easy to get there. My boyfriend Håkan and I went there by car, since we were on an US road trip, but it is also accessible via bus… Continue reading Yosemite national park.
Now I´m going to tell you all about when we hiked to Trolltunga in Norway. This one was on my bucketlist, and for a damn good reason! The views you get from this weird rock formation in Hordaland fylke, Norway, is to die for. It´s not just the rock itself that is incredible (see pictures… Continue reading Trolltunga