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


Mols Bjerge Trail near Aarhus and Ebeltoft – Hiking Denmark

Despite its flatness and little nature (only 12% forest cover), Denmark also has some hidden gems for hiking fans. One such area is the Mols Bjerge National Park which lies between Aarhus and Ebeltoft. The hilly national park measures 180 square kilometers and features several attractions such as the Poskaer Stenhus (biggest Neolithic round… Read More »

Mols Bjerge Trail - View from the highest point

Blegos Trail – Hiking the Alps

Blegos is a 1562 meters high mountain which lies south of the Julian Alps in Slovenia. It’s a very popular destination for hikers because the trail is not technically difficult and there are no less than two mountain huts offering warm drinks along the way. The last mountain hut is only 800 meters away from the… Read More »

Blegos Trail - Approaching the Peak

Bolling Lake Trail near Silkeborg and Aarhus – Hiking Denmark

In comparison to other European countries Denmark does not have very much forest (only 12 % forest cover) – or nature in general, except its white sandy beaches which circumscribe most of the extensive coast line. There are, however, exceptions which make it possible to conduct some great hikes where you can experience different… Read More »

Bolling Lake Trail - View on the lake

Stenar Trail – Hiking the Alps

Stenar is a 2501 meters high mountain in the heart of the Julian Alps in Slovenia. Unlike many other mountains in this area, Stenar is not well-known among hikers and mountaineers and therefore the trail is typically not very busy. This is indeed an advantage as it allows you to set your own tempo without the… Read More »

Stenar Trail - View on the surrounding peaks

Kanin Trail – Hiking the Alps

The Kanin mountain range, of which the highest point is at Big Mount Kanin at 2587 meters, is located on the border between Italy and Slovenia. It is a quite popular hiking spot for hikers from both countries as well as multiple other nationalities – especially as you can focus on the technically challenging trails closer… Read More »

Kanin Trail - Great view

Vrh nad Skrbino Trail – Hiking the Alps

After climbing the 2236 meters high Stol peak on the border between Austria and Slovenia, I decided to continue my “Hiking the Alps” tour by ascending the 2054 meters high mountain Vrh nad Skrbino in the southern Julian Alps. Vrh nad Skrbino is a quite popular mountain because it offers a great… Read More »

Vrh nad Skrbino Trail - View towards the west

Stol Hochstuhl Trail – Hiking the Alps

After hiking in the French and Austrian Alps, I continued my “Hiking the Alps” tour by climbing the 2236 meters high mountain Stol (Hochstuhl in German) in the northwestern corner of Slovenia, close to the Austrian border. Stol is the highest mountain of the 120 kilometers long Karawanke mountain range which is a section… Read More »

Stol Hochstuhl Trail - View towards west

Moucherotte Trail near Grenoble – Hiking the Alps

In April 2017 we were travelling around France and on our way we also stopped in Grenoble. Grenoble is a quite big city in southeastern France which lies at the foot of the French Alps. Being so close to the Alps, we of course wanted to go hiking there. After a brief research we decided to… Read More »

Moucherotte Trail - View towards south

Grubereck Trail in Rauris Valley – Hiking the Alps

In the beginning of 2017 we spent a couple of days in the Austrian village Rauris where we hiked, climbed mountains and skied. Our first hike there went to the 2167 meters high Grubereck mountain which lies north-east of the village. We decided to climb the Grubereck peak because the trail starts in the village… Read More »

Grubereck Trail - Sladinkopf and Bernkogel

Bodenhaus – Ammererhof Trail – Hiking the Alps

In the very first days of 2017 we went to the Rauris valley in Austria to make a few trips for our Hiking the Alps section. While the first hike went to the 2167 meters high Grubereck peak (hike to be published soon), we decided to go for something a lot easier… Read More »

Bodenhaus - Ammererhof Trail - Surrounding Peaks