Jaw-dropping views of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

Leaving Antelope Canyon behind, we drove towards the Grand Canyon, one of the most famous national parks in the USA and one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders. Almost everyone has heard of the impressive Grand Canyon, whose massive and colorful landscape provides sensational views. I heard about it when I was a kid, and … Read more

Antelope Canyon X – hidden gem among Antelope Canyons

Antelope Canyon X

One of the places I have wanted to see for a long time was Antelope Canyon, an incredible slot canyon with stunning curvy winding passageways illuminated by the rays of sun shining on falling sand, located in northern Arizona on Navajo Land. When I started googling around, I discovered there are actually three canyons close … Read more

Hiking through sand in Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

Maneuvering between cloudbursts, we left Zion behind and, utilizing still some rays of light, we drove towards Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park.  Coral Pink Sand Dunes are the only major dune field in the Colorado Plateau region of the southwest, estimated to be more than 10,000 years old. Tucked along Vermilion Cliffs, the delicate … Read more

Hiking the Narrows in Zion National Park

The Narrows

Leaving behind the scorching Fire Valley, we opted for a change of temperature and decided to hike in the cold waters of the Virgin River in Zion National Park.  Zion National Park, Utah’s first national park, is a hiking heaven with incredible, jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring views. While Zion is relatively small compared to other national parks, … Read more

Burning to the crisp in the Valley of Fire 

Valley of Fire

Fire Valley State Park, the largest and oldest state park in Nevada, founded in 1935, lies less than an hour away from Las Vegas. Martian landscapes of red and orange sandstone stand out against the background of a semi-arid landscape. Thanks to unique scenery and out-of-this-world atmosphere Valley of Fire State Park has been a … Read more

Driving through Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Driving through Lake Mead National Recreation Area

After leaving Hoover Dam behind, we ditched the main roads and drove through Lake Mead National Recreation Area towards Valley of Fire. Lake Mead National Recreation Area is America’s first and largest national recreation area, with acres of mountains, canyons, valleys, and two vast lakes. With that comes a multitude of activities like hiking, swimming, … Read more

Melby Overdrev – The magic of the heather bloom

Melby Overdrev

From the beginning of August to the beginning of September, heather flowers blossom, covering moors in a delightful shade of violet. Take a walk, venture into nature, and get surrounded by thriving purple flowers and yellow lemon butterflies. There are actually many places in Denmark where you can find heather (Lyng in Danish). Check out … Read more