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Útigönguhöfði and Hvannárgil canyon
Thórsmörk – The fabled valley
The coastal track to Stórhöfði – Puffin colony and geological beach
Kerlingarfjöll – Steaming valleys and surreal landscapes
Island hopping on the Aeolian Islands – A volcanic archipelago
See the full story on my new website: www.wildernesscoffee-naturalhigh.com ∞ Thórsmörk – Rjúpnafell and the hidden valley.
This distinctive two-headed mountain is one of the steepest in Þórsmörk. The walking track to the top is challenging, but you will be rewarded with sweeping views of glaciers, folded valleys and colourful mountain ranges. Continue reading
See the full story on my new website: www.wildernesscoffee-naturalhigh.com ∞ Thórsmörk – Útigönguhöfði and Hvannárgil canyon.
Útigönguhöfði is that ridiculously steep mountain you see looming everywhere in Þórsmörk and on the way down from Fimmvörðuháls. Climbing it is as challenging as pronouncing its name… ;-) But you will be rewarded with some of the most epic views Continue reading
See the full story on my new website: www.wildernesscoffee-naturalhigh.com ∞ Thórsmörk – The fabled valley.
The fabled valley of Þórsmörk is the stuff of fairytales, so beautiful that it almost seems unreal. It’s full of folded valleys and convoluted gorges, glaciers with volcanoes underneath and bizarrely shaped mountains. You have to see it for yourself to believe it’s real. Continue reading
See the full description on my new website: www.wildernesscoffee-naturalhigh.com ∞ The coastal track to Stórhöfði – Puffin colony and geological beach.
Stórhöfði on the island of Heimaey is famous for being the biggest puffin colony in Iceland. There’s also the surreal geological beach of Klauf, formed by volcanic eruptions from several directions. On the coastal track to Stórhöfði you can find Continue reading
New post on Wilderness Coffee & Natural High!
See the full list on my new website: www.wildernesscoffee-naturalhigh.com ∞ Most popular stories across all pages – An overview.
There’s more to explore! Last week marked the 18-month milestone since Wilderness Coffee & Natural High started as an actual blog. First as a page on Facebook, then on WordPress.com, and finally on my own website @ Wilderness Coffee & Natural High. I started this blog because I love writing stories. Especially about beautiful & inspiring places that induce a natural high – a blissful state of mind that comes from Continue reading
See the full story on my new website: www.wildernesscoffee-naturalhigh.com ∞ Kerlingarfjöll – Steaming valleys and surreal landscapes.
Hveradalir in the Kerlingarfjöll mountain range is something truly out of this world. Breathtaking views unfold into a steaming valley padded with snow fields clinging to the slopes, and shapes and colours so magnificient that you wonder if it’s even real. It’s like Continue reading
See the full story on my new website: www.wildernesscoffee-naturalhigh.com ∞ Island hopping on the Aeolian Islands.
The Aeolian Islands in south Italy are the stuff of legends and a geological paradise. Stromboli, famous for its fountain eruptions, and Vulcano, namegiver to eruptive mountains. The islands can be easily hopped individually, with regular ferries going to Continue reading
See the full list on my new website: www.wildernesscoffee-naturalhigh.com ∞ Vestmannaeyjar walking tracks – The best walks on Heimaey.
An overview of the best walking tracks around Heimaey, Vestmannaeyjar. With its incredible density of spectacular sights and features, this stunning island just off the south coast is a must-see if you’re visiting Iceland. Continue reading