8 Tips for Trekking Responsibly

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Whether scaling the icy peaks of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, clambering the ancient Inca trail in Peru or tailing wild beasts on an African safari, here are 8 tips for the eco-conscious trekker to help reduce their impact on the environment.

8 of the Most Unique Walking Paths in the World

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You might think all walking paths are alike, but once you’ve followed Jeanine Barone on these 8 unique trails you’ll think differently.

Hiking in North Wales: Sampling Steep Climbs, Legends, and Holy Undertakings

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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.

How Bizarre – Khumjung, Nepal

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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

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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.

6 Iconic Mountains You Can Climb

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Many of the most famous peaks around the world are only reachable for professionals, but not all of them. Abigail King has done her share of climbing so she lists 6 famous mountains you can probably scale yourself.

Trekking Nepal – Asia

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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.