November saw me go for two hikes, both returns to places I’ve visited before. It also led me to reach one of my hiking goals – but more on that later.Continue reading
As I’ve said at the end of my previous hiking post, I had an extended weekend stay planned for the end of October. The promise of colorful woods and rolling fog was the main treat but the end of October is when the weather starts leaning towards the rainy day of November so being prepared for rain was crucial.Continue reading
The second half of September had me go for three hikes, during which I had a nice taste of the early autumn while the weather was still relatively warm.Continue reading
After the active August, my first hike in September came after two weeks of break on 14th. But I made it count.Continue reading
The Slovakian ‘Malá Fatra’ mountain range is a place where I’ve walked most of the main trails and a good deal of the side trails – and I still love to return there.Continue reading
I’ve covered two hikes in the previous post. I’m covering two more in this. Again, they have something in common. In this case, the link is in sandstone rock formations.
WARNING: The following post is long and contrains many photos of beautiful landscape*. Wieving this post might cause urges to travel and/or bursts of inspiration.
(*Beauty of landscape is subject to personal intepretation).
I went for a few hikes in July. While they all had one thing in common – rock formations – they were of two categories. The first one was about nice but forgotten places near a major city.Continue reading
After the rainy May, June seems back to the 2018 standards: awfully hot, often over 30°C. Yet, I went for a few hikes during the first half of June – and will share something about it now (including not-so-few photos).Continue reading
Compared to the scorching heat of 2018, May 2019 was awfully wet. To the point I went for only one hike – to a place of which I have memory filled with mud. I’ve gone for another hike on 1.6., which is not May anymore, but I’ll mention it here as well, because it was similar in some aspects.Continue reading