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He runs three blogs – I-Trekkings, I-Voyages and My Wildlife – which have nature and adventure in common, and attract a wide community of outdoors enthusiasts. What does he love? The slow tempo of walking and other human-powered outdoor activities; exploring mountainous and desert-like lands; and meeting with the local populations. We asked him a few questions to discover his world and learn more about his trip to the Lleida province in Catalonia, Spain.
Discovery, riches, beauty. I’d also add versatile – there’s something to suit all tastes, from easy family walks to fast hikes and multi-day treks. Catalonia caters for all levels!
Discovery, riches, beauty.”
It’s impossible to mention just one – I had a whole string of great experiences. The Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park, which I discovered by trekking and snowshoeing; and the Mont-Rebei Gorge.
I see wild gorges and the beauty of the region’s awesome scenery: mountains, steep footpaths and mountain-bike trails, but also the rich diversity of its architecture, with medieval castles and villages. And ultimately, that’s what Catalonia is all about – journeying through and admiring an environment that’s as varied as it is unique, and storing up wonderful memories.
And ultimately, that’s what Catalonia is all about – journeying through and admiring an environment that’s as varied as it is unique, and storing up wonderful memories.”
That’s a tough that question to answer, as I certainly haven’t explored everywhere yet. What I can tell you is that I loved roaming the trails of Catalonia on a mountain bike..
The first time, it was one section of the mountain-bike trail tour of Catalonia. Then, on my most recent trip, I soaked up the area of Segarra and the castles of Sió in the Lands of Lleida..
This part of Catalonia is gorgeously bucolic. You ride past never-ending fields, and through medieval villages over which castles and fortresses stand guard.
In Catalonia, I really enjoyed wearing the items in Lafuma’s Shift range. I carried the grey Shift 32 backpack. Its capacity was perfect for our mountain-biking and hiking activities. It’s light and comfortable, so it’s ideal for dynamic activities. I loved using it and continue to use it often. The short-sleeved Shift Tee features the same lightness-driven design. It wicks sweat away well, which is pleasant. It’s also well-cut and it looks good – which is a nice bonus. For footwear, the Shift Knit shoe performed efficiently: it’s lightweight, ultra-breathable (which was very important in Catalonia’s hot weather) and comfortable too.
My name’s Grégory Rohart. I’ve been blogging since 2007 and I’m an ambassador-photographer for the Fujifilm brand.
I have three blogs whose common thread is nature and getting away: I-Trekkings, a community blog on itinerant, human-powered outdoor activities; I-Voyages, a travel & outdoor blog; and My Wildlife, a blog about safaris and ornithology around the world.
I like the slow tempo of walking and human-powered outdoor activities for discovering mountainous and desert-like lands and meeting with the local populations. I walk on my own, with friends, or with French or local agencies. As a Fujifilm ambassador, I display my photos at gregoryrohart.com.