About Carley Ruemmele

I am a goofy, dog loving, college student studying history at the University of Minnesota. When not studying, I enjoy spending time outdoors, cooking with my mom and sister, and going to garage sales. I hope my adventures will inspire some to venture out and explore our beautiful planet.
26 09, 2015
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Hiking the Besseggen Ridge in Jotunheimen National Park

The more time I spend in Norway, the more love I have for this country. And although the capital city of Oslo is a great place to explore, I think most would agree with me that the real treasures of this country are found in its nature. From fjords to mountains, lakes to plains, the nature found in Norway is truly beautiful, and very easily accessible through its national park system. If you plan on spending [...]

8 09, 2015
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Trolltunga: A How-To Guide

One of the most spectacular views in all of Norway, the hike up to Trolltunga is a great way to spend a weekend. A somewhat daunting task, here is a guide on the ins and outs of what to expect on the sweaty  journey.   WHAT TO EXPECT: Trolltunga is a 22 kilometer hike in total, taking you approximately 700 meters above the lake Ringedalsvatnet. Depending on your physical fitness and weather conditions, the hike takes anywhere from 9-14 hours. [...]

17 08, 2015
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Island-Hopping in the Oslofjord

A land of four seasons, summer in Oslo offers an abundance of activities all taking place under the sun. One of the greatest things about Oslo is its accessibility to nature. All you need to access Oslo is a metro pass. If staying for just a few days, these can be purchased using any of the red "Billeter" machines. If staying for longer, it might be more cost effective to buy a 30-day card from any [...]

5 08, 2015
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Giverny: A Great Day Trip from the City of Light

Ah, Paris! The food! The winding streets! The gothic architecture! The abundant green space! Like the Sinatra tune suggests, Paris is a truly lovable city, and one that has something for everyone to enjoy and appreciate. As lovely as Paris is, the RER and other train lines are quite easy to navigate (this is coming from an American who drives everywhere, so you know it's easy), allowing the rest of France to be easily accessible. [...]

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