We are on a 4 day trail to Machu Picchu. We didn’t chose to hike the “Inca Trail”, since it might be crowded and with 500 Dollars very expensive. Also an alternative trail they offered we didn’t do in the end (although I was tempted) because it takes 5 days and you have to camp… Read More The Jungle Trail to Machu Picchu – Perú
Still in the desert… Meanwhile the weather has calmed down and despite some cloudy evenings there hasn’t been any more rain. I went again to the Lagunas Altiplanicas, but this time the Piedras Rojas have been included (when I booked it the first time I thought you could see them with another tour but you… Read More Desierto de Atacama II – Chile
I finally arrived in El Chaltén after being on the road for 26 hours. Very exciting for me because El Chaltén equals hiking, trail running, mountains, awesomeness. Just hoped the weather wouldn’t be too bad. After checking in me and Graciela, a dutch girl I met on the bus went for a short hike up… Read More El Chaltén, Argentina (Fitz Roy, Lago del Torres)
I love to hike. Stunning nature combined with physical activity. Jackpot. No surprise some serious hiking plans were made for our trip to Romania’s Carpathian Mountains. Only the weather sucked. But whatever, let’s get the hike on. Minus 1 degree, fog, but 4 layers of clothes and the new hiking boots would do the job.… Read More Getting Lost in Romania. On A Hill. At Night.
Snowboarding is so much fun – if you know how to do it. The learning phase is literally a pain in the ass… So, I went on a trip to Austria with my fellow co-workers to board the shit out of those foggy hills. Only have I overestimated my boarding skills I gained seven years ago,… Read More Boarding in the Snow – Of Turns and Determination