Author: Mikkel Soya

A tiny Tasmanian tale

I confess. I don’t know where to begin. I know when it started, though. 23 years ago, when I met my Becky in Denmark. Half British, half Australian. Tasmanian, to be precise. I can’t count the number of times we’ve dreamed of going back to […]

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Hiking across Norway

This summer, my family and I hiked across Southern Norway from east to west. So what is it like to hike across Norway, you may ask? I can tell you this: Hiking across Norway is relaxing in the late evening sun next to a field […]

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A fat summit attempt

  We have been waiting for it for a long time. Snow crust. And when it finally arrives, we are stuck with everyday life, stuck until the sun starts melting it away and all seems lost. Or is it? A forecast promising a few cold nights […]

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2014.08.06–09 Over Hardangervidda med sykkel og packraft0577b

Barely legal bikerafting

I try to tell my daughters to be aware of strangers on the internet. They kindly reminded me of that when I was heading out the door with my fatbike, the bare necessities of gear topped with that DSLR I never can make myself to leave […]

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