Go out and explore! We’ve selected a few spots for you that are worth to discover. This week we’ve selected the breathtaking natural sandstone arches in the Arches national park in Utah, the ‘home of the giants’ in Norway and a place to spot highland cattle, wild boar or red deer in the Netherlands!
Arches national park Utah
The landscape of the Arches National park certainly deserves its fame. The park contains the most concentrated collection of natural sandstone arches in the world and is a beautiful place to visit. Did you know that the longest sandstone arch in the world is in this park? Called the Landscape Arch, it´s 93m wide and 32m high! And yet it manages to look so delicate, with some parts that are only 1.5m thick.
Jotunheimen (‘Home of the Giants’) in central Norway is the perfect place to enjoy and experience fantastic, unspoilt nature at close range. Majestic peaks, deep valleys, glaciers, charming lakes and beautiful rivers thrill and delight visitors to the Jotunheimen National Park. Even the youngest nature lovers have the opportunity to discover something new and exciting there. For example, in the north of the park they can explore the Lomseggen Klatretårn climbing tower, which is open to anyone of any age.
Veluwezoom National Park
The Veluwezoom is the oldest Dutch National Park and with 5000 hectares it’s also one of the biggest continuous nature reserves of the Netherlands. It’s a beautiful place to spend time with your family while surrounded by the glories of nature. And who knows, while enjoying some fresh air you might come across (originally Scottish) highland cattle, wild boar or red deer!