Austria: Tannenheimer Tal

The Tannenheimer Tal in Austria is mainly known as a Ski Area, but has a lot of nice hikes to offer. We stayed in the small town of Haldensee. From there, it is possible to start a lot of hikes directly without the need to drive somewhere. It is also possible to hike and bike, in order to skip hiking the forest roads and get directly to the small hiking paths.…

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World: Rewind 2015

The end of 2015 is near with that a reflection of the year shows a lot of outdoor adventures and surprises. The German alps been surprising to me, as it looked to me as I would always picture Canada - even that I did not be there yet. Hiking been mainly included in our new Iceland adventure, as well as in the unreal beautiful Patagonia travel in the Torres National Park.…

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Austria: Eng Alm

On the way to the Eng Alm Name: Eng Alm Good to know: Eng Alm is an Alm village with a guest house, cheese-making and farming. It is a place for the whole family. From the parking space it is possible to start various hiking trips. Where to park: At the parking space Eng Alm, Austria Tip: It is possible to stay in the guest house in the Eng Alm and…

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Austria: Leutaschklamm – should not be missed

Name: Leutaschklamm or Geisterklamm Length: the hike has 3 parts, Klammgeistweg, Koboldpfad and the Wasserfallsteig. But can also be hiked separately. Klammgeistweg is 3 km, Koboldpfad ~2 km and Wasserfallsteig 400 m. Time: Including all paths 3 hours. Good to know: the hike itself is easy mostly through the woods or on a footbridge. Can also be done with kids. Where to park: Mittenwald, Germany Tips: The gorge is closed during…

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