How To Photograph In Polar Regions
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The Reality of Tough Conditions in Polar Regions The polar regions are incredible! They are filled with amazing wildlife and inspirational landscapes. They are definitely a phenomenal environment to photograph. That being said, the conditions can be notoriously tricky. Whether you are seeking out the colossal icebergs in Antarctica, or … Read More

Interlaken and Harder Kulm, Switzerland
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From stunning dramatic mountains, piercingly blue glacier fed lakes, green lush farmland to fantastic day trips for every kind of traveller Interlakken is truley any travellers dream.

Husky Sledding And A Plane Wreck – A Winter Weekend In South Iceland
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The land of fire and ice has long been a draw for many travellers with its unspoilt beauty, the snowy days, dark nights and geothermal wonders that give this island its stunning dramatic scenery. I had already visited Iceland in spring a few years ago in the spring and done … Read More

10 Surprises From Antarctic Expeditions
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Alexandra Hansen has spent the last two years working as a Lecturer and Expedition Guide on all 7 continents. She is a certified Polar Guide, Zodiac Driver and Snorkel Instructor. She is passionate about the world’s cultures, history, and wild spaces. Hello! My name is Alexandra, and I am an … Read More

Get The Low-Down On Being A Seasonnaire: What to Expect Working Seasons
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After 18 years of working on seasonal contracts including managing teams of activity staff in different resorts around Europe, I’m bringing you the low down on what to expect if you are about to become a seasonnaire; or thinking about it…

Hiking & Ice Climbing Fox Glacier, New Zealand
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On the west coast of the New Zealand South Island in the Alpine range sits one of 3 glaciers, Fox Glacier. The proximity of these peaks to the sea in part gives New Zealand one of its most iconic and beautiful landscapes. On the Glacier you have options of activities … Read More

Working As A Chalet Host in Europe
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I was never, ever going to do a winter ski season. I had not the faintest idea of what a Chalet was, I couldn’t imagine a ski resort (how could people ‘stop for coffee’ on a mountain?!), let alone had ANY experience of skiing or snowboarding. But here I am, … Read More

The Iceland Ring Road
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Iceland, the Land of fire and ice. From geysers to icebergs and dramatic scenery that you can’t help fall in love with. Iceland is the vision of myths and legends. When you see the scenery here you can understand why the Icelandic folk tales invoke such fantasy, with a landscape … Read More

Ice Climbing in The Aigüestortes National Park, Spain
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The Aiguistortes National Park is an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Spanish Pyrenees Mountain Range. In winter we headed to this beautiful area for an epic ice climbing trip

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