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142 travel features tagged “Hiking”

Bagging Scotland’s Munros

This challenging and competitive sport involves climbing each of the 284 peaks in Scotland that are more than 3,000ft high.
Read more… 24 May 2012

Hiking in Tanzania

Stunning scenery and rugged terrain combine with a fascinating cultural backdrop to create challenging and adventurous routes.
Read more… 23 May 2012

A tranquil slice of Tanzania

The Usambara Mountains are a quiet, peaceful corner of the country, rarely visited by tourists and best seen on village-to-village treks.
Read more… 21 May 2012

Life in the Usambara Mountains

The Usambara highlands are one of Tanzania’s most lush and fertile regions, with hillside farms peppered between mountains and rainforests.
21 May 2012

Borneo’s Sabah off the permit path

There are several ways to access this remote state’s pristine beauty without going through expensive, officially-designated tour companies or paying hefty fees.
Read more… 11 May 2012

Walking the new Wales coastal path

The 870-mile cross-country route connects rugged landscapes with idiosyncratic market towns, giving Wales the first coastline that can be fully hiked on a formal path.
Read more… 04 May 2012

Glacier National Park by train

Relive the golden age of rail travel with a trip to this mountainous national park in Montana, passing through the spectacular scenery of the Old West.
Read more… 24 April 2012

Gorillas in the mix in Uganda

A number of new initiatives are being put in place in Uganda to help safeguard the country’s environmental future and protect the world’s remaining wild mountain gorillas.
Read more… 06 April 2012

Trekking Uganda’s mountain gorillas

Trek to the depths of Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park to see some of the last remaining wild mountain gorillas at work, rest and play.
06 April 2012


Hikes with a view in LA

Four trails that offer an awe-inspiring perspective on the sprawling California city and the surrounding mountains.
Read more… 04 April 2012

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