Hiking to the Vikings

There are a ton of beautiful sites in Denmark. From the fjords, to the wetlands near Ribe and Esbjerg, to islands like Bornholm much of the natural beauty of the country is located on or near the water. Much of Denmark consists of flat terrain and there are no large mountain ranges. There are, however,... Continue Reading →

Nature in Montreal and Quebec

It's easy to feel lost in the concrete, steel, and glass structures that make up a city. The big, impersonal buildings can sometimes start to feel claustrophobic. Living in New York, I often find myself needing a space to feel connected to nature again (luckily for me, Central Park is actually a pretty good place... Continue Reading →

Iceland is for (Nature) Lovers

If there was ever a place to experience the power of nature, it would be Iceland. From volcanoes and mountains to glaciers, beaches, geysers, gorges, and tectonic divides, the raw power is visible everywhere. In fact, there are signs posted to warn travelers of the strength and volatility of their surroundings. This raw, abundant power,... Continue Reading →

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