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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


Hiking trips past

There's little in life more satisfying than pulling on a pair of boots and exploring the world. Savour these vintage photos of gorgeous treks from around the world.
15 July 2011


Bath from above

An elevated guide to Britain’s most beautiful city.
Read more… 12 July 2011


France’s newest national park

The limestone cliffs and inlets of Provence’s Calanques will be the first park since 1979 and it is on the doorstep of the country’s second largest city, Marseille.
Read more… 11 July 2011


Bhutan’s unknown east

When the Bhutanese government opened up the region of Merak Sakten in 2010, it also opened up the chance for regular travellers to become pioneers.
Read more… 22 June 2011


World's most spectacular pedestrian bridges

Pedestrian bridges are going to cool new heights, turning the need to get from here to there into an adventure.
22 June 2011


Beyond the Headlines

Interview with a Sherpa guide

Guide Karma Sherpa has led groups up Mt Everest since 1995, a year before the mountain’s worst disaster.
Read more… 27 May 2011


Nepal’s shrinking Annapurna Circuit

In less than a year, a road will turn one of the world’s most challenging treks into a short hike in the Himalayas.
Read more… 27 May 2011


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