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Weleaf meets a moose

26 November 2019 After 48 days in the canoe we are working on our last days to the end destination. In less then a week we arrive in Fort Kent, a small village one bridge away from Canada. We don't want to stop before we get to see a moose, but no luck so far. The water is low and we have to take wide turns around gravel beaches. If we don't follow the deepest channel... Read more

Happily tracking European bison through the mud

25 October 2019 Magical mountains, snow covered peaks and the adventure of sleeping in nature; the Southern Carpathian mountains are wild, remote and filled with adventure. Tracking bison, camp fires and amazing local hospitality fill the imagination and inspire discovery. ... Read more

Weleaf goes canoeing

26 September 2019 In 2016, Olivier and Zoë started their journey by bike, sail and foot. With WeLeaf they want to inspire other people to travel on their own and to discover nature. Since they are Europeans, they support bringing wilderness and adventure closer to the people that live in Europe, so they can travel with a smaller ecological footprint. This is why they... Read more

Velebit, where Mother Nature rules

17 September 2019 Velebit is one of the most important natural areas in the Balkan and situated on the Adriatic coast of Croatia. It hosts two national parks, a biosphere reserve and several wonderful old-growth forests, deep canyons, ancient open lands and exciting wildlife like Balkan chamois, red deer, brown bear, wolf and lynx. ... Read more

Weleaf walks the Appalachian Trail

29 July 2019 In 2016, Olivier and Zoë started their journey by bike, sail and foot. With WeLeaf they want to inspire other people to travel on their own and to discover nature. Since they are Europeans, they support bringing wilderness and adventure closer to the people that live in Europe, so they can travel with a smaller ecological footprint. This is why they... Read more

Tracking the big bad wolf in Italy

12 June 2019 On our last night we are treated to a wolf howling session, where a tape with lone wolf howling is played shortly to determine if there are wolves in the area that will ‘greet’ them by howling as well. Within seconds, the howls on the tape are met by real life howls. Of real wolves. That seem to be only metres away. ... Read more

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