Boat trip to fascinating basalt columns, seals and puffins (Scotland, Inner Hebrides)
In the Tertiary period, many volcanoes were active throughout northern Czechia (and beyond), indirectly related to the mountain building of the Alps: Parts of Europe tried to avoid the thrust of the collision, which was accompanied by stretching roughly in an east-west direction. Throughout Central Europe, rift systems (including Rhone Graben, Upper Rhine Graben, and … Continue reading “Trosky, a volcano in the Bohemian Paradise”
A picture-book example of basalt columns near Kamenický Šenov (Czech Republic)
A day hike combines the impressive rock arch in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains with a boat trip through the Edmundsklamm gorge.
“Symphony of Stones”: Spectacular but relatively unknown basalt columns in Azad Canyon
Monasteries in the South of Armenia
On the Ring Road through Iceland, with the trek from Landmannalaugar to Skogarfoss and other hikes