1am in Reine. I’ve spent more nights in tents than in my bed this summer. It might not have been the best summer sleep wise, but experiences like this makes up for every single bad sleep!👌🏽 What have you been up to this summer?✌🏽
From a tranquil morning on Loser mountain. When driving through Austria I was constantly blown away by the beautiful views. This road was no exception 🏔
One of those times when you don’t know if you’re dreaming or not. At 5am, after a full night of hiking it was hard to tell 🤪
It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey...😂🧀 haha but in all seriousness, the views along the hiking trail to Trolltunga is really just as epic as the real thing.
This was my second time in Geiranger, and it was just as beautiful as I remembered. And of course we had to visit this stunning spot again. So happy we managed to catch the last light of the day here!
Moody evening at Trolltunga. Through the years, rain has slowly turned in to my favorite condition to shoot in💦 What’s perfect conditions for you?🙌🏽
Pico do Arieiro, one of the most spectacular hikes on Madeira. There’s so many things to see on that little island. Hope I get the chance to return there soon to explore some more! 🌴
What a way to start the day. Canoeing in Lovatnet was a real highlight of the Norway trip. The scenery around the lake is like something out of a fairytale. Sometimes you just have to stop paddling to take it all in 🤤🛶
Norway has no shortage of waterfalls, that’s for sure, but Mardalsfossen takes the cake. As if it wasn’t enough with one 250m drop, this one has two! 💦
Our last day in Lofoten was spent on Værøy, a dramatic little island with white beaches and turquoise water. For a moment I forgot that I was still in the Arctic Circle. Only the temperature gave it away...😝
Trolltunga, a place I’ve been yearning to visit since forever. We stayed up here for 19 hours and experienced every weather condition possible. If it wasn’t so expensive here in Norway, I’d probably stay forever 💸
Reflecting on an epic trip through northern Norway. Here’s some tasty puddle reflections from Senja Island. After a few days back home it’s time to return to Norway, don’t you think?😂 For the next two weeks I’ll be road tripping through the south 🇳🇴 See you in the stories 👋🏽
Mighty Segla towering above a sea of clouds. If you’re planning on visiting northern Norway, definitely put Senja on your list. The mountains, the fjords and the hiking possibilities on this island are out of this world.
The first two days in Germany was HOT 🥵 With nearly 40 degrees it was nice to cool down in Eibsee. It’s officially my favorite lake. I still can’t believe the color of the water!
Football anyone?⚽️ Could this be the coolest football stadium ever? Henningsvær was one of my favorite villages in Lofoten. After an exhausting night of hiking it was so nice to just walk around, eating ice cream and smell the fresh air of dried fish🐟🥴