Hiking Travel Articles
Enigmatic, Beautiful, Mysterious: Hawaii Island’s Petroglyphs
A thousand years before the birth of Columbus, the Polynesians routinely made voyages across the entire Pacific Basin that made the European Age of Discovery seem trivial by comparison. They left the tales of these adventures carved in the island's stones -- the enigmatic, beautiful and mysterious petroglyphs of Hawaii Island.
A Not-So-Calm Day in South Korea
Rashaad Jorden thought hiking in Bukhansan National Park just outside Seoul would be relaxing - until he realized what he was doing.
Hiking Half Dome
Trevor Mogg endures a harrowing hike in one of the States' most beautiful national parks - Yosemite.
Romping through the Rhodopi in Southern Bulgaria
Southern Bulgaria's Rhodopi Mountains are mostly pristine because they are hardly visited. Marisa Galitz takes us on a tour.
The Quickest Way into the Mountain Terrain of Kaikoura, New Zealand
Heather, AKA The KiwiTravelWriter, dusts off her hiking boots and heads for the "World of the Gods' in Kaikoura New Zealand.
Surviving Europe’s Toughest Trek in Corsica
Each year, thousands of trekkers set off to hike Corsican GR20, known as Europe's toughest trek. Joanna Drange gives a glimpse of the highlights and the dangers of this iconic trail.
6 Mountain Peaks of Northeast America that can be enjoyed by the Non-Hiker in Summer
Summer is fast winding down, but that shouldn't stop you from getting outdoors in the next few months. Esha Samajpati suggests these six mountains that are walkable for almost everyone.
Reverse Tourism: Seeing home through the eyes of visitors – French River, Ontario
You don't need to travel far to experience tourism. Impromptu tour-guiding in your hometown can be equally rewarding.
Emma Beyn – Author Biography
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BootsnAll photojournalist Emma Beyn.
The Rockerville Flume Trail – South Dakota, USA
Experience a hike with Shawn William Werner on the Black Hills Flume Trail, where a massive wooden aqueduct 18 miles long that brought water to the remote town of Rockerville once stood.