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Larapinta Loonies – A poem by Stroller Michael Gibbs about walking the Larapinta Trail

They arrived from around globe – a very motley crew. Michael, John and Charlie, the three deaf men; Megan, Tony, Henrietta, Shylie…

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Nakasendo Way Trail – by Sam Ludbey

I’ve felt the desire to hike. It’s a new interest. My kids are grown up. I’m relishing not being pulled in a…

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3 hikers feathertop Great Alpine WAlk

Getting Fit for Hiking

The lack of preparation and inappropriate footwear are the two main obstacles to being able to enjoy or even complete a multi-day…

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Royal National Park – Garie Beach to Figure Eight Pools return

There were 18.4 million bushwalking trips taken in Australia in 2014, and by 2018 that had increased to 27 million – a 47% increase.

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View from Malabar Hill Lord Howe Island

10 REASONS WHY WALKING IN NATURE HAS BECOME MORE POPULAR

Walking or hiking popularity is indisputably on the rise. The following is our perspective on why this is so. There’s a movement…

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POLE POSITION

I recently completed a 2-month traverse of the Pyrenees Mountains, walking from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean via the High Route or…

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