Walking Among the Titans (aka Iceland) [1/10] /// 타이탄 (일명 아이슬란드) 중 도보 [1/10]steemCreated with Sketch.

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This is a photo series depicting what it's like to hike Iceland's Landmannalaugar trail from North to South, over about 4 days. Being late July, I saw all kinds of weather, changing by 40 degrees in the span of a few hours even, going from shorts to snowing.

[SPOILER ALERT]

If you're already planning to do this hike I guarantee these vistas will spoil the surprise for you! I was very lucky to have excellent weather for most of my shots, while still getting a taste of everything from snow to sheep to fog.

I actually didn't plan or prepare for such a hike: my clothes, sleeping bag, and tent were mostly all SUMMER gear, and my "boots" were throwaways. Definitely had sore feet and maybe some mild hypothermia, but was the best spontaneous decision I ever made. (Don't take the trail lightly though, as you will see from the photo of the grave marker of a young hiker who died in a July snowstorm).

밑바닥에 한국어가있다.






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https://steemit.com/travel/@witnezme/walking-with-the-titans-aka-iceland-part-2-10

이것은 약 4 일 동안 북쪽에서 남쪽으로 아이슬란드의 Landmannalaugar 트레일을 하이킹하는 것과 같은 것을 묘사 한 사진 시리즈입니다. 7 월 말에, 나는 온갖 종류의 날씨를 보았습니다. 단 몇 시간 만에 40 도씩 바뀌고, 반바지에서 눈이 올랐습니다.

[스포일러 경고]

이미이 하이킹을 할 계획이라면이 풍경이 당신을 놀라게 할 것입니다! 나는 눈에서부터 양, 안개에 이르기까지 모든 것을 맛보고있는 동안 내 발사 대부분을 위해 우수한 날씨를 유지하는 것은 매우 운이 좋았습니다.

나는 실제로 그런 하이킹을 계획하거나 준비하지 않았다 : 나의 옷, 침낭, 그리고 텐트는 거의 모두 여름 기어 였고, 나의 "부츠"는 드로우 어웨이였다. 확실히 아픈 발과 어쩌면 약간의 저체온증을 가졌지 만, 내가 만든 최고의 자발적인 결정이었습니다. (7 월의 눈보라에서 사망 한 젊은 등산객의 무덤 마커 사진에서 보듯이 가볍게 트레일을 지키지 마십시오.)

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It's beautiful! I never imagine Iceland like that..I thought it will be with more ice ans snow..

Well if you come any month besides mid June to August, it definitely is here in the highlands!

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