Hiking Adventure from Tallinn to Lisbon!
Poland in short

Poland in short

Days: 45 (11 rest days) Km: 684 Paid accommodation: 41 nights Free accommodation: 4 nights Best food: pierogi Best drink: homemade liquor Favorite word: cześć Favorite place: Moving Dunes close to Leba Poland in one word: High season Ah, Poland! Endless fields, an extremely lively coast and historical towns – often hiding the beautiful façades behind stalls and shops announcing ice… Continue Reading

Family Hike

Family Hike

On the evening of day 121 of our trip, we went to the train station of Trzebiatów to pick up a very special visitor. Moiken’s mum Regine arrived to join us for a week of hiking along the Polish coastline until the German border! But first, we did a quick tour through the town and… Continue Reading

After Season

After Season

To mark the fact that the peak of the high season was now behind us, we spent one day hiking in complete quietness and solitude along the beach in Słowiński National Park. In the days that followed, between hiking days 109 and 121, we felt much more relaxed. Maybe it was because the movement at… Continue Reading

High Season

High Season

The holiday month of August was in full swing, Polish holidaymakers were heading to the beaches to enjoy the hot summer and we were on our way to the Baltic coast. It became much more difficult to find accommodation and close to the coastal towns, it was impossible to walk at the beach, as it… Continue Reading

In and around Gdansk

In and around Gdansk

On day 86, a period started in which we circled around Gdansk and Tricity (Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia) – during 9 hiking and 7 rest days. We took a train from Elbląg to Gdansk and stayed there for six days. While still based in Gdansk, we did our first hiking tests after José’s foot treatment,… Continue Reading

Copernicus Trail

Copernicus Trail

Our first days in Poland were marked by good weather, pretty medieval towns, countryside hiking and – waymarking! For the first time on our hike, we were actually following a marked hiking trail. The E9 in Poland runs along several existing trails, each marked with a certain colour, which we could find at trees and… Continue Reading