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Romania’s Prince Charles walk

When the British monarch hiked between the Putna and Suceviţa Monasteries in the bucolic Moldavian countryside, he became the unofficial namesake of this popular day trip.
Read more… 13 October 2011


The last wild west: Alaska’s Denali National Park

Due to Denali’s fleeting summer season, its overwhelming popularity and the regulations instituted to protect it, it pays to follow these pre-visit planning tips.
Read more… 19 September 2011


Finding 'friluftsliv' in Norway

Translated as “open-air living”, friluftsliv makes perfect sense in Norway’s natural splendour. Locals give their take on the passion.
Read more… 23 August 2011


Mountains you can climb without a porter

From Egypt to South Africa to California, these eight hikes are difficult enough to challenge you and beautiful enough to be worth the climb.
Read more… 22 August 2011


Lost in paradise

A former Eagle Scout hiking around California’s Lake Tahoe makes an emergency exit.
Read more… 18 August 2011


America's most beautiful coastal walks

There are great strolls all over America’s 12,380 miles of coastline. And the most beautiful of these walks are as varied as the American landscape itself.
17 August 2011


Climbing to the top of the Philippines

Mount Apo, the tallest peak in the country, is an accessible and beautiful hike on a remote island.
Read more… 11 August 2011


Following the Walsers’ Alpine steps

As a tribute to the first Walser settlers, Alpine walkers in the 1980s set up the Walserweg – a series of trails in Austria and Switzerland that link the old villages.
26 July 2011


Hiking the Alpine Walserweg trail

Following the route of Austria’s and Switzerland’s pioneering Walser people provides a memorable walk through scenic mountain valleys, dramatic gorges and historic Alpine villages.
Read more… 26 July 2011


What most people miss at Machu Picchu

One hundred years after it was discovered, some architectural treasures are still overlooked.
Read more… 22 July 2011


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