On Rakiura in 2018. I am a solo hiker, but I met Anton on my way. We did not know each other and we did not plan to meet up, but we actually hiked 150 km together. Great trip in .

Story, map, charts, stats, and more photos (EN/FI/FR):

I have been there in 2015 for a day walk, fell in love with , and came back 2 years later for hiking that 100 km-long beach in 3 days.

When people are surprised about how long I can hike, I explain that it has been progressive. Start small, dream big, push your limits.

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Story + interactive map: explorewilder.com/#!/en/story/

New info related to some photos are now available:

* For DSLR enthusiasts, you can see the camera settings.
* For outdoor enthusiasts, you can locate where the photo has been taken.

Have a look: explorewilder.com

I hesitated for a while to publish GPS data because I don't want you to say "good spot, let's go there!" but rather say "beautiful nature, let's go outdoor!"

I had 4 tents in the last 7 years. 🏕️ This is my last one, 7 times heavier than my lightweight summer . The tundra can be windy, and I wanted to cook inside. Also, my sleeping bag is large, so the tent had to be spacious and storm-proof. I carried it on a sledge... Find out more: explorewilder.com/#!/en/story/

Tomorrow... nothing. Tired of tooting tents!

I had 4 tents in the last 7 years. 🏕️ This was my third tent. Same size but three times heavier than my previous summer tent. This 4-season tent is designed to last long. I used it in winter snowshoes trips and summer hikes. Many trips are published in my : explorewilder.com/#!/en/storie

Tomorrow, I'll publish my last tent! Stay tuned!

I had 4 tents in the last 7 years. 🏕️ This was my second tent. From day hikes, I engaged myself into longer hikes and I needed a breathable, double wall ultra lightweight . Many trips are published in my : explorewilder.com/#!/en/storie

Tomorrow, I'll publish my third tent! Stay tuned!

I had 4 tents in the last 7 years. 🏕️ This was my first one. As inexperienced , I got the smallest and cheapest , single wall. Yet I spent months inside during my first gap year, skipping hostels and backpackers. It was more a cost effective way of than . Indeed, I spent less than 5€ per day, all included. My hikes were no longer than a day. I just wanted to , meet people, and see .

Tomorrow, I'll publish my second tent! Stay tuned!

Some new photographies when I was the Ecrins National Park, France 🤠 9 days 🏕️ 137 km 🥾 26,473 m total elevation 🏔️ Find out more and enjoy the interactive map: explorewilder.com/#!/en/story/

With the pandemic, with the war, nature feels so far. I am lucky to have a house, to have holidays. I don't need your support. I've just deleted my PayPal and Ko-fi accounts, because you should rather donate to NGOs.

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This is a 600 years old, now pest-free , Rongitoto, and the Beacon . There was a nice , chat with locals, woofed for a carpenter.

far away down under

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