• Mount Rainier National Park
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    Things to do in Mount Rainier National Park

    Welcome to this post about the best things to do in Mount Rainier National Park. This place was pretty much the icing on the cake for me during my visit to the American Pacific Northwest. I had beautiful weather, made beautiful hikes and had a nice camping spot. It’s the kind of place where as a nature lover you can easily spend a week without getting bored. After leaving Olympic National Park behind, I traveled on to Mount Rainier National Park. In retrospect I should have stayed there longer, but I didn’t know that then. Or as John Muir says:     A short impression Before you continue reading, check…

  • Bus from Into the Wild Alaska
    Alaska,  We12inspire

    About the Magic ‘Supertramp’ Bus from Into the Wild

    Over the past yaers, I received quite a lot of questions about ‘the bus from Into the Wild’, also known as The Magic Bus. So in this blog, I will answer them for you, making the information available for everyone who wants to know more about it. Where to find it, where to find the replica, how the bus got there and why I chose not to go there in the past.   Note that the real bus has been removed and this article was written well before that happened in 2020. Updates about where the bus from Into the Wild is now are below!.   About the Magic Bus…

  • sunrise at mesa arch
    Utah,  We12inspire

    Mesa Arch sunrise: all you want to know!

    Welcome to this article about the Mesa Arch sunrise in which I’ll tell you all about how to to capture this beautiful phenomenon. When planning my four week USA road trip and googling pictures of must-sees in Utah, I quickly stumbled upon a gorgeous picture of the sun rising behind an arch. I figured this picture was taken in Arches National Park, but some further research learned me that it was actually taken in Canyonlands National Park. Instantly I knew that I needed to go to this park. And see this sunrise for myself. Maybe even attempt to get a shot like that while seeing the Mesa Arch at sunrise.…

  • wandelingen in Landmannalaugar op IJsland
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    Landmannalaugar in Iceland: all you want to know!

    Landmannalaugar is one of the most special places to visit in Iceland. The distinctive orange and brown colored rhyolite mountains in combination with lavafields and fast flowing rivers are a true paradise for hikers and photographers. In addition, Landmannalaugar is the starting point of the famous Laugavegur Trail. I visited this special area three times during my Iceland trips and in this article I will tell you everything you want (and need to) know about it before you travel there. Enjoy reading this blogpost about Landmannalaugar in Iceland.     About Landmannalaugar: location and accessibility Landmannalaugar is located in the south of Iceland, about 180 kilometers east of the capital…