• Arizona,  Colorado,  Park Post,  Utah,  Wyoming

    Happy National Park week – Park Post special!

    Happy National Park week everyone! This week (19-27 April) more than 400 national parks in the US are opening their doors for free. How I wish we’d live in the US so we could visit them all … we fell in love big time with the grand natural variety of the US National Parks during last year’s roadtrip. So even though we are not American, we’re going to share our favorite photos of the parks we have visited, in honor and with respect to natural beauty! Arches National Park, Utah It would have been easy to post a picture of an arch here but let’s not do that. Instead, we’ll…

  • colorful yellowstone
    We12inspire,  Wyoming

    Colorful Yellowstone

      Finally! We’ve finished our photo album of the second part of our American roadtrip. Meaning sorting out hundreds (no wait, thousands) of pictures and editing them. The most memorable part of this part of our trip was our visit to Yellowstone National Park. We knew it would be spectacular, but never expected it to be that spectacular. What amazed us the most wasn’t the wildlife (although a bear encounter is quite something) but it were the amazing colors in the landscape. Especially if you arrive early or stay up late, you will get the most magnificent colors. Here are our favorite places for taking colorful pictures:   Old Faithful…

  • Arizona,  Colorado,  USA,  Utah,  We12inspire,  Wyoming

    photo post: the highlights so far!

    We finally got a decent wifi connection, so here are some highlight pictures we took over the past couple of weeks: This is Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs in Colorado. A short but steep hike through a narrow valley took us up to this beautiful place: Pine Tree Arch in Arches National Park, Utah. There are over 2.500 natural arches in this park, we’ve only seen about a dozen of them… This one’s taken in Canyonlands National Park, Utah. Anto is sitting on the rim of the canyon that was shaped by the congregation of the Green and Colorado Rivers. Would you dangle your feet into the depth? The canyon…

  • USA,  We12inspire,  Wyoming

    Oh Oh Yellowstone

    Long time no hear, we’re currently staying at the Grand Teton Climber’s Ranch of the American Alpine Club, a really great place to hang out. No wifi here, just a fixed computer you can use for 10 minutes. We spent the last week up in Wyoming, most of our time in Yellowstone. Many people had been telling me Yellowstone is THE place to visit in the USA if you love nature and apparently it’s been voted most beautiful national park in the USA. Googling pictures and looking at the maps and hiking possibilities, I didn’t get too enthusiastic, but somehow I felt the need to include this park in our…