Moon & Honey Travel is designed to inspire your hiking adventures around the world. By creating hiking-themed travel itineraries and trail guides, we hope to encourage you to travel with your feet.
We also want you to feel safe, confident, and well-informed as you tackle trails in new hiking destinations.
We’re Kati and Sabrina, an Austrian and an American couple based in Vienna. After years of traveling across Asia, New Zealand, and the Balkans, we’re now hiking across Europe.
We started this blog with the intention of helping like-minded travelers discover the most memorable and offbeat travel experiences in any given country.
However, as we continued to travel, we discovered that we primarily travel to hike.
Hiking in the Alps
In our current season of travel, we’re obsessed with trekking long distances in the Alps. Growing up in the States, I (Sabrina) always assumed multi-day hiking was gritty, taxing, and gear-intensive.
But, after our first hut-to-hut hike in the Dolomites, my WORLD and perspective changed.
It was like stepping into the Narnia wardrobe and entering a magical realm where every hike ends in a cozy mountain hut, with delicious home-cooked meals, glasses of wine (or beer), and comfortable beds.
Is that heaven, or what?
Since that transformative experience in the Dolomites, we’re on a mission to document the best hut to hut hiking trails in the Alps.
Here are some of our favorite treks to date:
- Berlin High Trail in Austria
- Rätikon Alps Circuit in Austria and Switzerland
- Kamnik-Savinja Alps Traverse in Slovenia
- Triglav National Park Traverse in Slovenia
- Best Treks in Europe
Curious about hiking in the Alps?
- Hiking in the European Alps: 7 Invaluable Tips
- Summer in the Alps: 10 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting
Hiking in Europe
While the Alps occupy a special place in our hearts, we also love hiking in other regions.
Hiking along the sea is like receiving a complimentary mind and soul-cleanse. We’re hoping to embark on more multi-day coastal hikes in the future.
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Follow us on Instagram @moonhoneytravelers to find out where we’re hiking now.