Ararat Expedition Day 3
Summiting during extremely strong winds. No other people on the top. Being rewarded with incredible views of Iran, Iraq and eastern Turkey.
Ararat Expedition Day 2
Climbing to High Camp at 4300m before anyone else. Doing an acclimatization hike to 4700m and seeing Little Ararat.
Ararat Expedition Day 1
Driving through the Kurdish areas of eastern Turkey. Meeting the local shepherd. Arriving right before a storm at Base Camp.
Vivobarefoot Ultra 3 Review
As summer is coming closer, I was looking for lightweight shoes, which I can use on any terrain, even in water. As one of the first adventurers in Austria, I got to check out the Vivobarefoot Ultra 3. In order find out if they really come up to my expectations, I tested them in the mighty Carinthian mountains. The Vivobarefoot…
Detroits Abandoned Neighborhoods
During my stay in Michigan, I couldn’t resist but do some exploring around Detroits abandoned neighborhoods. You might know from previous posts, that I try to avoid touristy places, even though it’s not always possible, and rather explore areas which aren’t so popular. Before driving into Detroits suburbs, I did some research and found out…
My Favorite Camera Gear For Adventure Photography
Camera gear can weigh a lot, which isn’t a big deal if you travel by car, but as soon as you get out and want to hike or walk for a little you definitely feel the weight of your backpack. Lenses, filters, tripods, the camera itself, all those things can add up and all of a sudden…
Travel Essentials for Roadtrips and Hikes
Looking through the many photos I took during my trips always brings back those incredible memories and makes me want to pack my stuff again and leave. But what to bring on a trip? That mostly depends on individual preferences. If you stay at an All Inclusive Resort you won’t need much for sure. I, however,…
To start this new category on my blog, and as my first entry after two years of travelling, I want to write about inspiration itself. What inspires us? This is not only about travelling. Inspiration can come in many shapes. No matter if it’s inspiration to paint, to write, to play music. Think about your…
Tikal is an ancient mayan city, hidden in the jungle of Petén. It’s a mystic place of devotion and tranquillity. You can find a lot of people there meditating on order to find a balance between body and mind. A rutted, gravel road heads into the heart of the mayan world. The first scene that meets your eye when you enter the national park are the…