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Travelog Am Sandstrand in Skåne: Knäbäckshusen
Travelog · December 09, 2019
It’s half-past three on a Saturday afternoon. We’re en route to Åhus, the medieval town on the Sydostleden biking trail. It’s a short 10km cycle ...
from Nicolline van der Spek,   Outdooractive Editors
Report · May 06, 2019
The pope lives in Rome. He always lived there. That is where he belongs. Rome and the pope belong together like hiking and mountains or watching ...
from Cathrina Maria Beckers,   Outdooractive Editors
Travelog · May 31, 2019
Endless expanses – that's what you think of when you think of Lapland. The region in the north of Finland is known for its breathtaking natural ...
from Wiebke Hillen,   Outdooractive Editors
Report · March 27, 2018
Somewhere in the endless blue expanse of the Pacific Ocean, more than 2300 miles from the Chilean mainland, a strange island appears on the horizon: ...
from Tabea Götze,   Outdooractive Editors
Travelog · June 06, 2019
After my successful journey through the national parks in Lapland, this time I wanted to explore Finnish Lakeland, perhaps the most typical landscape ...
from Wiebke Hillen,   Outdooractive Editors
Report · July 17, 2018
For some people, he embodies freedom and independence; for others, he is just a myth: Wilhelm Tell, who is told to have shot an apple off his son’s ...
from Rosa Rietzler,   Outdooractive Editors
Report · July 01, 2019
Harness, rope, helmet and mountain boots – those are the unusual working utensils of the mountain polishers in Salzburg. During the 365 days of the ...
from Alisa Wiggers,   Outdooractive Editors
Report · August 16, 2018
“Ah, how oft we read or hear of, boys we almost stand in fear of! For example, take these stories, of two youths, names Max and Moritz.” Who doesn't ...
from Wiebke Hillen,   Outdooractive Editors