trekking Travel Articles
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.
Hiking the Bob Ingersoll Mine – South Dakota, USA
Journey with Shawn William Werner to the Bob Ingersoll mine and mill near Keystone, South Dakota in the beautiful Black Hills.
Facing Death – California, USA
Jeff Roller considers himself lucky to have survived his near death experience - the memories of a great trip, plus the new perspective he gained.
Party in my Shoes – Myanmar, Thailand, Asia
Safely out of the jungle, Amy Rankin realized why she had signed up for a hefty fifteen-hour jungle trek to a Karen hill tribe settlement.
Trekking Beautiful Bhutan – Asia
Bhutan's beautiful country and friendly people will capture your heart, as it did for Barbara Colliander.
Finding My Inner Hiker on the Inca Trail – Peru, South America
City slicker, Gina M. Larson, takes to the Inca Trail and finds what makes the Great Outdoors so fabulous.
Alternative to the Inca Trail – Peru, South America
Whether for conservation or economic reasons, or both, the Inca Trail is no more the adventure it used to be. Overcrowded and strictly controlled, it pushes travellers to look for an alternative. For
Banana Porridge on the Road to Phuyupatamarca – Cusco, Peru, South America
Graham Smart is transported from everyday Edinburgh mundanity to the Inca Trail - by a banana.
Santiago de Compostela: A Journey on Foot Across Northern Spain – Europe
Cristi Farrell had no idea that a month-long trip to Spain would cause her to quit her job, wander aimlessly across several continents two years later - and become a writer.
Pee Pee Island: A Girl’s Guide to the Asian Squatty Potties
Sherry Ott shares some hard-earned knowledge as a way of giving back.