Hiking Travel Articles
BootsnAll’s Top 10 Best Articles of 2011 We publish five (or more) articles per week, 52 weeks a year, on BootsnAll. That's a lot of great travel stories, tips, information, and inspiration to help you see the world on your terms. Here we highlight the year's very best content in a list of the top ten most read articles of 2011. 8 of the Most Unique Walking Paths in the World You might think all walking paths are alike, but once you've followed Jeanine Barone on these 8 unique trails you'll think differently. Long Treks on Short Breaks: 10 Small Countries You Can Walk Across For those with little time to spare and many miles to march, here are ten countries where walking from border to border won’t take you an eternity. Hiking in North Wales: Sampling Steep Climbs, Legends, and Holy Undertakings Roy A. Barnes endured sore muscles and weather not always ideal so he could experience some wonderful hiking opportunities that offered breathtaking views and chances to relive Welsh history. 10 of the Best Places to Hike in the United States After a long winter and a rainy spring, it's the hiking and outdoors season in the United States. Check out Adam Seper's list of 10 great places to hike in the United States and get out there and go! Trading Snow for Sun: Why You Should Visit a Ski Town in Summer While ski resort towns become hot destinations during winter, they tend to be forgotten about by most travelers come summer. But here's a little secret: ski resorts don't lose their luster when the snow melts. In fact, for non-skiers, they become even better during warmer months. How Bizarre – Khumjung, Nepal A New York woman finds more than prayer flags while trekking alone in the Everest region. Hiking Italy’s Green Heart: 5 Great Trails in Umbria Umbria, famed for its hilltowns, art, and food, also has some of the most dramatic and memorable walking trails in Italy. Here resident Rebecca Winke reveals her favorite itineraries in the region. 10 Awesome Treks that (Almost) Anyone Can Do Trekking may be thought of as an activity only meant for mountain folks, but Adam Seper is here to give you the lowdown on 10 treks around the world that (almost) anyone can do. Running, Hiking, and Kayaking Uniquely in Spokane, Washington Roy A. Barnes found that common activities in "The Lilac City" have their own unique flavor and charm.