trekking Travel Articles
I’ve been up the mountain and I had a choice – Huayna Potosi, Bolivia Huayna Potosi, a 6088m mountain 15 miles or so north of Bolivia's capital La Paz is often described as the 'most accessible' of any 6000m+ mountain. Michael Bonnet put this theory to the test and found it anything but accessible. 10 Best Hiking Trails in the World BootsnAll staff writer Julie Blakley brings you the 10 best hiking trails in the world--where you can trek through the most dramatic scenery anywhere. Climbing Kilimanjaro: Reaching the Rooftop of Africa, Part 3 Sasha Tenworth writes: It was absolutely, without a shadow of a doubt worth it. In fact, we are planning our next trip - to Aconcagua in South America (another of the coveted Seven Summits). Climbing Kilimanjaro: Reaching the Rooftop of Africa, Part 2 In Part 2, Sasha Tenworth continues her account of climbing Mt. Kili. Reaching the summit, "we felt, something along the lines of relief, awe, disbelief and exhilaration". Climbing Kilimanjaro: Reaching the Rooftop of Africa, Part 1 Sasha Tenworth describes her climb to Mt. Kili in three parts. In Part 1, she gives us some background, and her first three days of her "most amazing and awe inspiring experience of my whole life". Trekking Nepal – Asia Demitry Majors explains what trekking Nepal really means - a dream, foreign and obscure, or a not too out of the ordinary experience, especially for one who has been on a long hike. Climbing Volcán Barú – Panama, Central America A small group of adventure seeking teanagers climb the highest mountain in Panama on the adventure of a lifetime. Journey up a Guatemalan Volcano – Central America Ron Goodden's quest for an up-close encounter with a live volcano drew he and his wife to Volcan de Pacaya in Guatelmala. Trekking France: The Régordane Way – France, Europe Scott Anderson questions whether the make-over for France’s mythical trekking trail is on the right path. Reflections on the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail – France, Europe A member of Scott Anderson's team reflects on a classic French trek.