I'm in Sweden today. That is, not today, in the corona summer of 2020, but in the summer of 2015. You see, I've finally dug out my notes on this transnational natural world heritage site, and this is what I wrote 5 years ago. -------------------------------------- [...]
Norway has stunning nature. I say that entirely objectively (ok, not really. But still!) Excellent hikes abound just about everywhere you turn, all around the country. You'll also find some iconic rock formations. The three most famous in the south-western part of the country include: [...]
I'm dreaming of glaciers lately, which you may have deduced. Possibly because of all this snow. So while we wait for spring to get here (come on, already!), why don't you come with me to another glacier. To Jungfrau-Aletsch. It's not going to be strenuous [...]
You will excuse the somewhat flippant title of this post, won't you, Denmark? The slogan 'It's lovely to be Norwegian in Denmark' has been around for nearly 30 years. And there's no doubt about it: it is indeed lovely. But you don't really do mountains, [...]
Trees! In my search for world heritage, the important places on the planet, those worthy of special protection for the future, I sometimes find myself in somewhat curious situations. This time, I am looking for trees. Beech trees, to be specific. Fagus sylvatica. Of course, [...]
This week, we're exploring the hills and dales of the Lake District and the urban milieu of Manchester here on Sophie's World. Follow along on #LuxLakeDistrict and #BestofMCR.
By Catarina Redisch in Hemsedal You know I love riding more than anything. Well, I'm just back from a week on the horseback in the mountains of Norway. Often, this means riding from cabin to cabin, but here we rode from mountain resort to mountain resort - got a bit spoiled [...]