Hiking The Kumano Kodo: Japan’s Ancient Pilgrimage

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Forest bathe on a network of ancient paths that meander across Japan’s mountainous Kii peninsula.

A Camino for Everyone – Choosing the Best Camino De Santiago Route

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To walk the Camino and make your venture a successful one, you’ll have to choose the right path.

A Beginner’s Guide to Hitchhiking Internationally

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Busting the myth of hitchhiking as a dangerous activity, Perry Thompson is here with tips for first-time international hitchhikers.

9 Best Long-Distance Hiking & Biking Trails in the USA

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Put your life on hold to tackle one of these trails, or sample the serenity in a weekend or weeklong trek.

Everything You Need to Know About A Walking Safari in Kenya

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To really experience the nuances of Africa and add a twist to your safari, why not go walking in the bush?

How I Didn’t Hike the Pico del Teide

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At first, I thought I was going to Tenerife to sunbathe and read. Then I decided to climb a volcano… and nothing went to plan.

The Ochre Valley of Sorrows

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Tatacoa: an empty remote wasteland where eagles and vultures rule the sky, devoid of human pollution. Will you take the leap?

Walking off my Twenties on the Camino de Santiago

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… A little fear, a little clumsiness as I picked myself up and entered the unknown. This was the Camino.

Stranded in No Man’s Land on the Pamirs

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The sun sank behind the snowy peaks in no-mans-land and the wolves began to prowl the wastes. How would I survive the night?

Golden Idol and Bloody Sacrifice above the Himalayan Clouds

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All in all, nothing that day went as planned. And I damn glad of it; it was the best mistake of my life so far.