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121 travel features tagged “Hiking”

In search of a lost Moroccan oasis

North of the Sahara and east of the Atlantic shore is the least known of Morocco’s great mountain ranges. Meet the people of the Anti Atlas, for whom walking is a way of life.
Read more… 14 February 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to activities in the Canary Islands

Leave the beach resorts behind to explore tall sea cliffs, volcanic craters and soaring peaks on the Spanish islands located off the northwest coast of Africa.
Read more… 11 February 2013


Beyond the Headlines

Google goes to the Grand Canyon

Starting today, Google’s new Street View Trekker takes travellers on a 360-degree virtual journey into one of the most awe-inspiring natural wonders on Earth.
31 January 2013


Hidden hikes in the Columbia River Gorge

With 100 established trails in Oregon and Washington, the 85 mile-long, 4,000ft deep Gorge is a recreational wonder and a popular destination for hikes and picnics.
Read more… 31 January 2013


Tasmania's greatest mountain quest

The Australian island state’s list of Abels – 160 peaks above 1,100m in altitude – is a complex hiking challenge modelled directly on Scotland’s famed Munros.
Read more… 25 January 2013


British Columbia’s best-kept secret

Muskwa-Kechika is a vast landscape that enfolds Canada's northern Rockies. Forge your own trail through the largest intact wildlife habitat in the entire Rocky Mountain chain.
16 January 2013


Exploring Queensland’s rainforest hinterland

Beyond the bikini-draped shores of Australia’s Gold Coast is a lush, subtropical wonderland of cascading waterfalls, bioluminescent mushrooms and rainforest retreats.
Read more… 15 January 2013


Japan’s Daisetsuzan National Park

The country's largest national park is home to two massive volcanoes whose forested, snow-pillowed slopes offer open space on an otherwise crowded island nation.
27 December 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Breaking the glass ceiling of trekking

Three sisters in Nepal have been chipping away at the gender gap in the male-dominated trekking industry, winning a Responsible Tourism Award in the process.
Read more… 12 December 2012


Hiking Australia’s Fraser Island

This 90km walk across the world’s largest sand island reveals a unique and untamed paradise of tropical rainforests, giant sand dunes and crystal blue lakes.
Read more… 21 November 2012


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