The Eastern Fjords in Iceland are my favorite part of the country for hiking. The weather there is mild and often warmer than around Reykjavík, it’s nicely green and the landscape is so diverse that you feel like you hike by the speed of light…
Skaftafell in Iceland is a great area for one day hikes. It’s accessed directly on the Ring Road and therefore the local campsite is a truly huge affair…
The Fimmvörðuháls pass from Skógar to Thórsmork is one of the classic hikes in Iceland. You can hike it in either direction and every year there is pretty much only a two month window when the track is passable.
A lot of words have been written about the Laugavegur Trail. It’s a regular member of top-ten-hikes-in-the-world articles. Because of that, I’ll limit myself to just some tips which could be helpful for fellow hikers.
When you are in Landmannalaugar, Iceland, the Bláhnúkur Circuit is one of the day trails you can do there. It is worth doing just as any other trail in the area is.
I love vernacular architecture, I love hiking and I love the Carpathian mountains. Because of that, this relatively easy day hike was for me one of the nicest things I’ve done in a while.
Horní Lomná is a one of the few reminders of a Carpathian village that’s left in Czechia. It’s at the end of a long valley which cuts into the mountains from the north to the south-west
The Polish–Czech Friendship Trail crosses Krkonoše, the highest mountain range of Czechia, from its east to west. It’s one of the core Czech hikes and it’s been dragging my attention for a while. Finally I got a chance to hike it, yeah!
I know people for whom planning a hike is a necessary pain. Well, for me it’s one of the most enjoyable things I do (especially when I’m supposed to be doing something else like work).
The Moravian Karst is relatively small area in southern Moravia, Czechia. It has geological rock formations, caves and gorges…