Journeys

I travel because it makes me realize how much I haven’t seen, how much I'm not going to see, and how much I still need to see.
/ Carew Papritz

West Greenland

Running & Sailboat Exploration
April 2021

With the expedition sailboat Aurora as our 'backcountry hut', we will sail to West Greenland where there are hardly any trails - perfect for those who seek adventure trail running along fjords, up mountains, around lakes, and river crossings.

West Fjords Iceland Hornstrandir Nature Reserve

Running & Sailboat Exploration
June - July 2021

With the expedition sailboat Aurora as our 'backcountry hut', we will sail to the West Fjords which one of Iceland's most remote areas that can offer trail runners endless pursuits on its mountains, sheltered fjords and bays.

Spain Asturias Picos de Europa

Rafting, Canyoning, Trekking, Kayaking
July – September 2021

Asturias has some of the world’s deepest caves hidden in its lush green landscapes where wild canyons and white water rapids can also be found. Adventure seekers will be trekking, rafting, kayaking, canyoning, and enjoying some of Spain's tastiest local foods.

Romania Transylvanian Carpathian Mountains Trail Running

Trail Running
July – August 2021

The Transylvanian Carpathian Mountains are also known as the Transylvanian Alps and has the largest unfragmented forest in Europe. Trail runners will have the great wide open for themselves running with abundant wildlife, technical trails, and hardly another soul to interrupt their flow.

Romania Transylvanian Carpathian Mountains Mountain Biking

MOUNTAIN BIKING
July – August 2021

The Transylvanian Carpathian Mountains boast a unique variety of landscapes which include a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and Europe's largest wetland. Mountain bikers will have plenty of roots, single-track, stones, rock gardens, sharp turns, and exposed ridges on trails that are totally made by nature.

East Greenland

MOUNTAIN RUNNING & SAILBOAT ADVENTURE
August – September 2021

With the expedition sailboat Arktika as our 'backcountry hut', we will sail to East Greenland where 3,500 inhabitants are scattered along 2,600 km of coastline. Trail runners will aim for mountains following no particular trail on its technical, wild, and remote terrain.