Hiking Trails

We continuously conduct hikes in various countries/regions (for example Iceland and the Alps) and of varying difficulty (including scrambling and via ferrata) to make trail routes and descriptions available for all readers. We also explain how you reach the starting point of each trail (whether by car or public transport) and what equipment you might need. Some hikes are very demanding and should only be done by the physically prepared while others can be done by families with kids.

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All Executed Hikes


Piz Boe Trail near Arabba in the Dolomites

On the third day of our hiking-intensive holidays in Arabba in the Dolomites, I climbed the highest mountain in the area, the 3152 meters high Piz Boe. Climbing Piz Boe was not a spontaneous decision. I had planned to climb this mountain way before we arrived to Arabba. Why? Well, it’s the highest peak… Read More »

Piz Boe Trail - View from the top

Sass Ciapel Trail near Arabba in the Dolomites

In the summer we spent several days in the Italian Dolomites. When we arrived to the beautiful town of Arabba where we had booked accommodation, I spotted a really interesting mountain which looked somewhat like a mushroom. After a brief research I figured out that the mountain is called Sass Ciapel and is 2557… Read More »

Sass Ciapel Trail - The peak has a shape of mushroom

Passo Pordoi – Sass Pordoi Trail in the Dolomites

In July 2019 we went to the Italian Dolomites for several days where we hiked, climbed mountains and tested hiking gear. We stayed in a small town called Arabba which is known to be a top-tier skiing destination. Nevertheless, Arabba is also a great destination for active summer holidays because it’s surrounded by high… Read More »

Sass Pordoi - View from the top

Otmarjeva Pot Via Ferrata Trail – Gradiska Tura

Gradiska Tura is a very small mountain in Slovenia which has become popular due to a relatively demanding via ferrata trail called Furlanova Pot. During my holidays, I figured out that yet another via ferrata trail has been established there, named Otmarjeva Pot, which is supposedly one of the hardest in the country.… Read More »

Resting along the Furlanova Pot via ferrata

Ojstrica Trail in the Kamnik Alps – Hiking the Alps

In the summer of 2019, I spent several days in beautiful Slovenia and of course I wanted to do as much hiking as possible, especially because my opportunities for hiking and mountaineering were very limited in the winter and spring. For my “warm-up” adventure in Slovenia I decided to climb Ojstrica, a… Read More »

Ojstrica Trail - View from the top

Moesgaard Museum Trail – Hiking Denmark

Moesgaard Museum is not just one of the best and most-visited museums in Denmark but also surrounded by beautiful nature in the form of bright state-owned forests and meadows. All in all, the Moesgaard estate covers 100 hectares of park, forest, fields and coast, which is traversed by paths for walking, horse-riding and mountain… Read More »

Moesgaard Museum Trail - Creek

Ratitovec Altemaver Trail – Hiking the Alps

In the beginning of 2019, we spent several days in snowy Slovenia and of course leaving the country without hiking was not an option. We really wanted to climb some high peaks in the Alps but after a brief research we figured out that that’s not the best idea. There was a lot of… Read More »

Ratitovec Altemaver Trail - View from the mountain hut

Skopos Trail on Zakynthos Island in Greece

Greece is mostly known for its cultural heritage and beaches, but the country also offers beautiful nature for outdoor enthusiasts to explore. We were so fortunate to go to the Ionian island of Zakynthos (also called Zante) in the middle of October when the weather was great, but not too warm for hiking. After a bit… Read More »

Skopos Trail - View on Zante

Cima Setsass Trail near Cortina d’Ampezzo – Hiking the Alps

For our third hike in the Dolomites we decided to ascend the peak called Cima Setsass from the Valparola pass which is located only 22 kilometers from the beautiful town of Cortina d’Ampezzo. Cima Setsass is 2571 meters high and very popular because the trail to the top is not technically difficult and thus… Read More »

Cima Setsass Trail - View towards north-east

Croda Negra Trail near Cortina d’Ampezzo – Hiking the Alps

For our second hike in the Dolomites in northern Italy we made our way up and around the Croda Negra (“the black spire”) mountain from the Falzarego pass, which was also the starting point for our hike to the Laguzoi summit the day before. While the Laguzoi trail takes you northeast of the Falzarego… Read More »

Croda Negra Trail - Landscape