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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


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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


Give me a home where the snow leopards roam

Nepal’s Kanchenjunga region is home to leopards, panda, musk deer, fiery rhododendron blooms and maybe a yeti.
Read more… 30 March 2012


Borneo’s mystical Meratus Mountains

This isolated mountain range in southern Kalimantan is home to dense forests, mist-laced karst formations, indigenous Dayak villages, jungle treks and white-water rafting.
Read more… 29 March 2012


Hiking Namibia’s Fish River Canyon

The 85km trail along the floor of the canyon is only accessible from May to mid-September, making for an unforgettable trek though one of Africa’s most impressive natural wonders.
Read more… 20 March 2012


Adventure through California's redwood forests

Explore the ecological diversity of California's coastal redwood forests, where trees can grow to more than 300ft tall and endangered animals roam.
09 March 2012


The kingdom of the crystal skull

An English explorer, in search of a crystal skull in the jungles of Belize, may well be the inspiration for Indiana Jones. Follow his legendary adventure.
Read more… 30 January 2012


Perfect Trip

The perfect trip: The Lake District

Famed for its lakes, mountains and fells, this spectacular corner of northwest England has been a fitting inspiration for artists and poets through the ages.
Read more… 19 January 2012


Nepal’s Great Himalayan Trail

With 1,700km of tracks, these 10 lesser-known treks were united under one banner to lure hikers beyond Everest Base Camp and the Annapurna Circuit.
Read more… 16 January 2012


Nepal’s rocky mountain highs

With trails at every conceivable degree of difficulty and distance, there is an opportunity for everyone to lace up their boots and experience the country as the locals do — on foot.
16 January 2012


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