Hiking For Lakes And Blogging It All
Hiking the Italian Alps to visit as many lakes as you can is, for some people, a dream hobby! Today, we welcome Andrijana from Two Alps Girls on the show who gets to do this in her spare time, all of the time!
Starting the podcast, hear why Two Alps Girls have set up their site and about one of their main focuses: conservation. They provide tips and and advice to best preserve trails that apply to not only these hikes, but also your own local ones too.
Two Alps Girls are always uploading more and more blogs on their travels, and we discuss three of the lakes in this episode.
Traversing the French Italian border taking drone shots as they go, Andrijana covers the kit that you need to take and prepare for, and also the seasons.
“We went in August, but I would recommend going in Autumn or Spring, as there aren’t many trees to provide shade”
This is the type of brilliant advice you want to hear when researching!
Please check out their website here: https://twoalpsgirls.com/ They are always adding more and more, so bookmark it for frequent travel!
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