Hiking Trolltunga

One of Drew and my main missions while we were in Norway was to hike to Trolltunga. Trolltunga is a rock formation shaped like a tongue overlooking a lake and glacier. The hike has become increasingly popular in recent years, and the trail was definitely hopping on the day we went. The night before we... Continue Reading →

5 Day Road Trip on the Pacific Coast Highway

Over Memorial Day Weekend, Drew and I road tripped down the Pacific Coast Highway with Drew's parents, Suzanne and Matt, and we had a blast. However, planning the trip proved to be a bit more challenging than we anticipated - there are just so many cool things to see and do that it was hard... Continue Reading →

One Week Spain Itinerary

In January, Drew and I traveled to Spain. In the fall, we were looking for somewhere to go in January or February to get us out of town while the Super Bowl was in Atlanta - we stumbled upon $500 round trip flights to Spain on Delta, so we figured why not? When we booked... Continue Reading →

Hiking the Caminito Del Rey

While visiting Spain, Drew and I made it a priority to hike the Caminito Del Rey in southern Spain. Once regarded as one of the most dangerous hikes in the world, we were very excited to hike through a gorge and have an adventure. Since Caminito Del Rey was a bit out of the way... Continue Reading →

Hiking the 5 Lakes Walk in Zermatt

Out of all the hikes I did in Switzerland, this one was my favorite! If you're going to be in the Zermatt area during the warmer months, you can't miss this hike. Drew and I got an early start, and we recommend you do, too. We took a funicular up to Sunnegga where we stopped... Continue Reading →

Riffelseeweg Hike in Zermatt

During our stay in Zermatt, Drew and I did the Riffelseeweg hike, which is revered as the best and most picturesque hike in Zermatt. Unfortunately for us, the weather was overcast and foggy the day of our hike, so we were cheated out of the amazing views in the Alps. We started the day by... Continue Reading →

Hiking in Berner Oberland

While in the Berner Oberland region, we knew that we had to hit the trails and enjoy the beauty of the Swiss Alps. Drew and I were staying in Wengen, so we took a gondola that was directly across from our hotel up to Männlichen. The fare was 23 CHF, but we used our Swiss... Continue Reading →

Visiting Jungfraujoch

While based in Wengen, Drew and I decided to visit Jungfraujoch. Jungfraujoch is set above the largest glacier in the Alps, between two 4,000 meter peaks, Jungfrau and Mönch. It is also home to  the highest railway station in Europe at an elevation of 11,332 feet. Visiting Jungfraujoch is both a commitment of time and money.... Continue Reading →

Visiting Mount Pilatus

Since Drew and I started our trip in Lucerne, we knew visiting Mount Pilatus was an absolute must. We had a full day set aside for our adventure to Mount Pilatus, so we elected to do what is called "the golden round trip." This meant that we took a boat, a cogwheel train, and a... Continue Reading →

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