Listings in Land adventures
By Matthew Karsten Date: 13 April 2018 Doolin, Ireland A cold wind blows as I walk along the legendary Cliffs of Moher. Ireland’s most famous landmark rises dramatically out of the ocean, waves crashing into rocks far below.
By Matthew Karsten Date: 24 January 2017 Location: Beaupré, Canada Canyoning is an adventure sport that involves maneuvering through river canyons, sometimes while rappelling down powerful waterfalls.
By Matthew Karsten Date: 15 May 2017 Bohuslän, Sweden Made up of 8,000 islands, the rugged Bohuslän Archipelago is regarded as one of the world’s great wilderness areas. If you enjoy fresh seafood or sea kayaking, it’s paradise.
By Antonio Cala – The Adventure Junkies Location: Rawhiti, Northland, New Zealand The impressive 360 views of the Bay of Islands makes the Cape Brett track one of the best overnight hikes you can find in the Northland region of New Zealand.
Rawhiti, Northland, New Zealand
By Matthew Karsten Date: 15 June 2017 Location: Steneby Prästgård, Sweden Thor happily munches away as I stroke his large velvety antlers. I’ve always wanted to pet a moose. Sweden has over 300,000 of them living in the wild.
660 10 DalsLånged, Sweden
By Matthew Karsten Date: 21 January 2017 Location: Reggio Emilia, Italy Biking is an excellent way to explore the Reggiano Apennines Mountains of Northern Italy, home to medieval castles, chestnut forests, and rural farms.
Reggio Emilia, Italy
By Matthew Karsten Date: 30 July 2017 Location: Hof, Iceland We crawl slowly on hands & knees into a long frozen chamber, under a brilliant cathedral of crystal blue waves. Superman would feel right at home in this ice cave.
Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland
By Matthew Karsten 1 February 2018 Isle of Skye, Scotland The Isle of Skye’s dramatic landscapes are some of the most scenic in Scotland. The best way to experience its epic mountains, waterfalls, and sea cliffs is on a road trip.
Isle of Skye, Scotland
Amanda Zeisset - Adventure Junkie Location: The Divide or Routeburn Shelter in Mount Aspiring and Fiordland National Park. The Routeburn Track is a 32km traverse through New Zealand’s Southern Alps that links Mount Aspiring and Fiordland Na
Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
By Matthew Karsten Date: January 27, 2017 Sisimiut, Greenland Carefully trying to pick my way across a marsh, I sink into a deep pocket of mud up to my shins. This wet terrain is a regular hazard on the Arctic Circle Trail.