Posts Tagged‘Trekking’

The Lake District is a truly extraordinary part of the UK, brimming with history and character and home to the kind of grand and majestic scenery that is evocative of New Zealand and other far-flung…

mt. kilimanjaro

Africa is a continent that is often misunderstood. In all continents inhabited by human civilization, Africa proves to be the most exotic and mysterious due to its ironies. It is the cradle of human civilization,…

Mustang, formerly known as the Kingdom of Lo, is an unspoilt and beautiful corner of Nepal that few travellers explore, but that those who do never forget. Its name conjures up images of a bygone…

One of the top reasons to visit Canada is its striking similarities with the United States. Both countries have a massive land space and extremely diverse landscapes; from wave-beaten beaches to craggy ambitious peaks. Unlike…

Nine Standards Rigg on a sunny day

When temperatures take a downward spiral, it’s tempting to send your walking boots to the back of the cupboard and spend the next few months hibernating in front of the fire. It doesn’t make sense…

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