Survive the sulphur pools and lava lakes in the Danakil Depression

The Danakil Depression is the hottest place on earth with an average daily temperature of 35 degrees, it lies -116m below sea level and is one of the driest and most tectonically active places on the planet. Here you will find salt flats and salt mountains, bubbling sulphur pools and active volcanoes, dotted with villages of the Afar people.

A Tasmanian Road Trip: The West Coast

The west coast of Tasmania is all winding mountain roads, forest shrouded in mist and hidden lakes. It's a stark contrast to the idyllic beaches of the east coast, and just as beautiful in its own way. Remember that the drive can be quite slow going, especially if you're not used to roads like that,... Continue Reading →

Hiking to Wedgemount Lake

Before You Go This is one of the hardest hikes I did while in Whistler. It's a very steep and uneven trail, gaining 1220m elevation in only 7km, and it takes around 4 - 6 hours for the 14km round trip. The lake is glacier fed but you can swim if you're brave enough. There... Continue Reading →

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