Rotorua’s Geothermal Wonders — The Road Goes Ever On

After hiking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, we finally took some time to chill. We’d already burned up one of our days in Taupo white water rafting and we decided to explore all around the area on our way from Taupo to Rotorua. There are so many geothermal parks and wonders in the area, and none […]

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A Practical Guide to Kilimanjaro Marangu Route — Travelfex

Ever since Johannes Rebmann’s first reports about a snow-capped mountain near the equator Kilimanjaro has not lost any of its magic and attracts around 50000 hikers every year from all over the world to climb through extreme conditions, high altitude and even darkness. If you also plan to conquer Africa’s highest peak then here are […]

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Unforgettable Double Decker Living Root Bridge — Mad about Birding and Travel

I guarantee that a visit to the Double Decker Living Root Bridge will be unforgettable; if not for the beauty then for the hike itself. Double Decker Living Root Bridge? One may be wondering what I am talking about. Well, my family and I were on a 5-day trip to the north-eastern state of Meghalaya […]

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An Interview of The Ravens on the AT — The Ravens

Just a week or so into our AT hike we were approached by a Trail Angel named Jimmy. He interviews hikers along the AT. He really liked that our whole family was out thru-hiking the AT and he asked if he could interview us. Of course we agreed. Here is a link to that interview. […]

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Days 113 – 116: Midsummer Snow, Te Araroa’s Highest Point, And Our Longest Day Yet — gargoyle14

UpOur past four days on the Te Araroa have felt like a full thru-hike. It feels like weeks have gone by since we left the town of Geraldine and began the Two Thumbs Track. We’ve lived and seen more than I would have thought possible in only four days; a lot of it has been […]

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Top Fall Hiking Trails Near Toronto — deventuretime

Fall is definitely my favourite season – with all the beautiful colours, brisk air, giant sweaters, and hot beverages, whats not to love! There’s pumpkin patches to visit, giant cornfields, tasty pumpkin treats, and so much more that make me look forward to this season all year long. Of course, the season definitely doesn’t last […]

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