I love the open road; you can go wherever you want. Every year I roam the roads of USA – the perfect country for road trips. I hike, eat and explore whatever sparks my interest. I stay at small town motels, big city hotels and campgrounds as well. This year, Denver will be my start location. It’s perfectly located in the middle of the country. On my list so far: Mount Yale,… Read More

There is more to Seattle than rainy days and Starbucks! Actually, this was my first visit, and I was soaked in scorching temperatures and blue skies. No rain for me. My choice of hotel was the MarQueen Hotel in the Queen Anne neighborhood. Very cozy and I realized I could walk to lots of attractions from my hotel. Seattle is a great start location for a road trip in the Pacific Northwest,… Read More

Keep putting one foot in front of the other. That’s basically what I did during my 3-day climb to the summit of Mount Baker. It wasn’t as easy as it sounds though. I had to find plenty of strength and concentration to conquer this majestic mountain. With breathtaking views of endless snow-capped peaks, Mount Baker is the perfect introduction to mountaineering, and getting to the summit was an accomplishment that I never… Read More

When going on a road trip, I always plan to bring as little as possible, but almost every time I end up with max load. Maybe it’s because I’m bringing my stuff all the way from Denmark to the U.S., and I can’t live without my camera and hiking gear as this is what I love to do when traveling: snapping photos and hiking amazing trails. All together it adds up in… Read More

Once again I’ll be back on the Mount Whitney Trail, and this year I’m going to summit. Getting a permit for the second time is a privilege. My first visit was in May 2015 and what a great adventure it was. Even though I was fully prepared at my last attempt, it didn’t bring me all the way to the top. This year I’m twice as prepared and will prevail. What might… Read More