Exploring Sweden's Wild West Coast

Come along as adventure journalist Peter Potterfield takes us to West Sweden, the craggy, island studded coastline between Gothenburg and Norway. We'll visit the pink granite headlands of Smogen National Park, the islands of Kosterhavet National Park, and explore the canals and backstreets of laid back Gothenburg itself.

Adventures in Arctic Sweden

From the Northern Lights to cross country skiing, the unique experience of Sweden's legendary Ice Hotel in mid-winter is unforgettable. Come along as Editor Peter Potterfield shows us the perpetual twilight and snowy beauty of this remote corner of Scandinavia, far above the Arctic Circle, where the Ice Hotel provides the ultimate base camp


A Journey Down the River Aare

Come along as editor Peter Potterfield follows the legendary River Aare as it flows from it’s headwaters in the glaciers of the Swiss Alps to Switzerland's capitol of Bern. We climb, hike, bike and raft alongside the Aare, as it changes its moods from mountain stream, to roiling whitewater to more tranquil stretches. The turquoise Aare defines Switzerland as it flows from the mountains to make its famous oxbow bend that embraces the city of Bern.

Hiking the Wales Coast Path

Come along with editor Peter Potterfeld as he hikes the brand new Wales Coast Path, a bold vision combining scenery and history as it traces the wild coastline of Wales for more than 800 miles, passing foggy headlands, rocky beaches, and thousand year old castles. The trail opened in May of 2012, and GreatOutdoors brings you one of the first reports.

An Iceland Grand Tour

By Adam Jaquette

Photographer Adam Jaquette shows us the wild side to Iceland in this collection of images. "What struck me about Iceland was the stark beauty of the country and the diversity of the countryside, from puffins nesting on the sea cliffs, beaches littered with ice, and geo-thermal geysers. Iceland is a place where nature still rules and visitors must respect it."

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