Hiking and Walking

Hiking is one of the most popular outdoor activity. No matter if you prefer long or short walks, flat or uphill hiking is definitely one of the healthiest activities out there.

Suitable for both adults and children trekking is becoming more and more popular all around the world. Some hikes are more demanding than other you require special gear. With some hikes you will need to spend a few days in a camping area or know how to set up a camp on your own.

A day long hikes don’t require much equipment or skill. Nonetheless, you will need to at least carry water, map and some waterproof cloths. For longer hikes you should plan carefully on what you need to bring, as well as know the area a bit better.

We write about great hiking and walking routs, as well as about more challenging, longer experiences like climbing simple mountains.

Best Dorset Walks Part 1 – The Isle of Purbeck

Wednesday, June 08, 2016 Hiking and Walking by William Dorey

If you’re looking for a day or two’s solid walking you can tackle all of these at once.

However, I’ve decided to break them up into several hour walks instead, so as to highlight the fantastic variety of locations Purbeck has on offer.

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3 best routes for walking and hiking in Mallorca

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 Hiking and Walking by Elina Pedersen

I love hiking and I hope you do too!

Since I’ve made it my mission to write about every activity available on Mallorca this post will be about hiking on this amazing island.

You may have already noticed that you are spoiled with choice when it comes to leisure activities in Mallorca.

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The ultimate neat guide to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro (or any mountain as a matter of fact).

Friday, March 25, 2016 Hiking and Walking by Elina Pedersen

When my husband told me he would love to climb Mount Kilimanjaro I was skeptical at first.

Don’t get me wrong:

I am an ultimate activity fan and I don’t shy away from tents, camping or absence of shower.

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