A quote for all those who enjoy a little adventure
Somewhere inside the clouds is the slippery and loose Fingers Ridge. If only we could see where.
A wee walk climbing to Helvellyn twice with a swim in between. A good way to spend a sunny day – however, it is likely to be busy in the summer.
As the car crosses the Welsh border, I unfold my map. Lake District. Damn, wrong map. This one is going to be useless if I want to walk up Tryfan, a little 900m peak in North Wales.
A promising forecast and an interesting hill is a powerful combination. It is time to walk up Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK.
20 kilometre Tongariro Alpine Crossing goes by quickly because the view is so great. In the end of the day, every single trekker is tired, happy and covered in dust.
It had been almost ten years since I was hiking in Lapland. Still, it feels like home.
It is Valentine's Day but I am not planning to fill the day with roses and pink hearts. Instead, I have pair of crampons and an ice axe in my pack back.