Stewart Island Hiking Guide

Overview: Stewart Island (also known by its Māori name Rakiura) is located at the southernmost point of New Zealand. This is one bushy island. Like, seriously COVERED in bush. It…

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Pyrenees High Route (HRP) Hiking Guide

Overview: One of the most dramatic mountain ranges in Europe, the Pyrenees mountains are located along the border of France and Spain. These big mountains are home to several long-distance…

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Visiting Snowdonia

Exploring Cregennan Lakes in South Snowdonia National Park

Overview: You’ll find Snowdonia National Park in Wales, one of those smaller countries that is bursting with history, castles, jaw dropping scenery and friendly locals. When you take all of that…

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Train passes underneath the Dudhsagar Falls

Hiking the Dudhsagar Falls – A Hidden Gem of Goa

Overview: Dudhsagar Falls, in Goa, look stunning. When I first saw a picture of them with that train passing underneath, looking like it could be swept away at any moment, I…

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Tonquin Valley Hiking Guide

Overview: Located in Jasper National Park near the border of Alberta and British Columbia, the Tonquin Valley is one of the most beautiful regions of the Canadian Rockies. It is…

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Laugavegur Trail Hiking Guide

Overview: Iceland is a volcanic island that is unlike any other place on Earth. The scenery here is both stunning and surreal… it literally has to be seen to be…

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Nelson Lakes and Blue Lake Hiking Guide

Overview: Nelson Lakes National Park is fast becoming one of the most renowned hiking destinations in New Zealand. It is home to the Blue Lake – reportedly containing the clearest…

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Hiking to Bai Tho Mountain

Overview: Have you ever wondered if there is another way to experience stunning Halong Bay than jumping on an overcrowded party boat? Climbing to Bai Tho Mountain is an extremely…

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Hiking the West Highland Way

Why you have to hike the West Highland Way (if you like hiking)

Stretching for 151km (93.8mi) from Milngavie (not far from Glasgow) to Fort William, the West Highland Way is the oldest long-distance path in Scotland and by far the top choice…

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Visit the Dolomites

Six Days in the Dolomites – stunning Italian mountains

Overview: Often confused with the Italian Alps, The Dolomites are actually their own small mountain range (albeit it connected to The Alps) located in Northen Italy. Famous for their characteristically steep…

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