In Jan of 2018 a pair of adventurers – Marie Couderc together with Nil Hoppenot – volition fix out on what they telephone outcry upwardly the Deux Pas Vers l’Autre expedition. This journeying on human foot volition accept them 10,000 km (6213 miles) across Southern Europe completely on human foot inwards an essay to drib dead to know to a greater extent than most their ain neighboring countries.
Both Marie together with Nil are experienced travelers who induce got been all over the world. But, similar many of us, they oft overlook the opportunities for run a jeopardy that tin come upwardly inwards our ain backyard. To that end, they volition laid about their trek inwards Portugal together with march all the agency to Istanbul, Turkey, boundary their experiences along the way.
All told, the journeying is expected to accept roughly 500 days to complete, crossing through 17 dissimilar countries piece en route. They’l pass 4 amount flavor on the route together with see 120 national parks, together with hike around of Europe’s most iconic trails along the way.
The video below is a teaser for what they facial expression to discovery on this excursion, together with y’all tin read an interview alongside Marie together with Nil here. In that profile they hash out what they promise to arrive at during their trek, too equally their workflow for sharing their adventures piece on the road. They promise to immerse themselves inwards local cultures, explore the history of the places they visit, together with soak upwardly the incredibly landscapes they discovery along the way.
Marie together with Nil’s run a jeopardy sounds similar a grand one, only I particularly appreciate the thought of exploring places closer to home. They are both European, only haven’t taken the fourth dimension to see around of the places that are unopen by, choosing instead to jet off to destinations similar Thailand together with Mexico. Sometimes we’re then caught upwardly inwards seeing the distant places that nosotros forget most the ones correct nether our nose.