national park

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3 Days Eco Trek in Doi Inthanon National Park – Thailand

  Trekking by your own is harder than you think !  . After Rock Climbing for a week in Tonsai, I decided to reach the northern part of Thailand as well as the hub for every kind of outdoor sport activities: Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is located in a mountainous area and is also home of […]

Mount Field NP: The best way to spend a sunny day!

We just came back from Frenchmans Cap at the end of the week. I’m glad to remove my wet shoes after four days in the wilderness ! However the washing machine and the feeling to have dry feet will wait a little bit longer. Tomorrow the Sun will shine in a clear blue sky before to […]

Frenchmans Cap: Symbol of Southwest Tasmania

10 days after I left Lilydale, I meet Eliane in Hobart after Easter holidays. Together we have planned to go to Frenchmans Cap, one of the hardest and most rewarding bushwalk in Tasmania located in the Franklin Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Southwest of Tasmania. The car park from where the track to Frenchmans Cap […]

Jindabyne: Mountain Bike Spirit

After 3 days hitch-hiking, I reached Jindabyne. This village is just lovely with is huge lake surrounded by hills. At this time of year, there isn’t a lot of people, that’s a fact. But I’ve met the cream of the cream. In Jindy, they look after each other. When I arrived, I went straight to […]