onsdag den 22. april 2015

Riva Del Garda with Garda Trentino

From Norway to Italy.

I was only home for two days before I had to leave again and head south. I was headed off to Riva Del Garda, a beautiful mountain city located in the north of Italy and only four hours away from Münich. I was invited by Garda Trentino on a unique 4 days trip, with a'lot of hiking and mountain climbing, which they call Via Ferrata. Via Ferrata means Iron way, which back during the 1st world war was a route for the soldiers that they used to get up to their out-posts.

On our 4 days trip, I got to climb three mountains, hike a whole lot and eat a'lot of authentic Italian food! This place is a must-go again! If you should go, make sure you try the Via Ferrata, you won't regret it!






Our first Via Ferrata on Rio Salagoni




Had to stop by this Sakura field!


@Locarl in action



The Colodri mountain



Olive trees




Met up with a local Instagramer @Emmebi420, who showed us this abandoned hotel. He brought this crazy lazer pointer, that I got to play with.



Cima Capi
On our way to the top of Cima Capi with @locarl






Big thanks to Niels Bech Iversen and his son Daniel and the rest of the crew from Garda Trentino for inviting @Locarl and me to this awesome place!

onsdag den 15. april 2015

Hurtigruten

Was invited on a three days cruise trip with Hurtigruten, down the Norwegian coast from Tromsø to Trondheim. My first actual trip to Norway and it was pretty awesome, though I wish we had more time to explore in the small cities that we docked in, so it means I definetly have to come back!


We flew in to Tromsø from Copenhagen late at night to go onboard our cruise named The Midnatsol, which means Midnight sun. We were only in Tromsø for a few hours, so this is the only shot I got from Tromsø.




Travelling with me, was my fellow friend and photographer @Nikolajthaning, check out his amazing shots on Instagram and Tumblr




Our Cruise ship Midnatsol



These amazing majestic creatures, The White tailed Sea eagle!



I have to come back to Lofoten one day, this place is amazing!


 (Shot with a smartphone)

Big up to 66North for the gear hook-up for keeping us warm!

They call these mountains for "The seven sisters".

So where to next!?