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121 travel features tagged “Hiking”

Hiking through a microcosm of Earth

New Zealand packs stunning examples of the planet’s most beautiful ecosystems into a land mass the size of Colorado.
Read more… 02 February 2011

New Zealand’s ecosystems

The hiking is some of the most hassle-free in the world and the scenery at 4,000 feet rivals the Andes at 14,000.
02 February 2011

Iceland’s legendary scenery

A look at the country's barren landscape and powerful rock formations.
21 January 2011

Morocco’s best for walking: High Atlas Mountains

Trek through mountain passes to Berber villages where once only traders and shepherds visited.
Read more… 28 September 2010

Southwest France’s best for mountains: The Pyrenees

This ragged chain of peaks makes up one of the last great areas of wilderness in France.
Read more… 21 September 2010

Britain's best one-day walks

The British countryside is astounding in its diversity and beauty. You could spend several lifetimes exploring its hills, moors and coastline.
Read more… 20 September 2010

Trekking the unexplored mountains of Morocco

Morocco is blessed with some of the world’s most dramatic and beautiful mountains, many of which only see a handful of trekkers every year.
Read more… 03 August 2010

The natural wonders of Banff and Jasper National Parks

Many people come to Banff and Jasper National Parks to ski, kayak, camp and hike the mountains and lakes, but most come simply to enjoy one of the most awe inspiring places on earth.
Read more… 03 August 2010

Hiking and cycling Italy's great outdoors

Outdoor aficionados are spoilt for choice, with active options spanning high-octane trekking and skiing to lazy coastal meanders.
Read more… 03 August 2010

Getting fresh in Germany: Cycling, hiking and skiing

No matter what kind of outdoor activity gets you off that couch, you will be able to pursue it in this land of lakes, rivers, mountains and forests.
Read more… 03 August 2010

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