Walking, Hiking, Trekking
Home to the southern hemisphere’s highest mountain, Aconcagua, the trekking and hiking possibilities are endless.
Described as an outdoor buff’s heaven, Chile is home some of the world’s most outstanding lanscapes. Walking trails are endless amongst the with mountains, glaciers, volcanos, crystal clear blue lakes, glacial islands, fjiords, waterfalls, forests and national parks
This is one of the best countries in Asia to do this, but for serious and experienced people only.
Nepal is the trekking capital of Asia, if not the world; all sorts of treks, from beginners to expert, short, medium or extended, there is one to suit all kinds; a plethora of tour companies are on offer; CLIMBING & MOUNTAINEERING: Nepal provides some of the greatest challenges in the world for climbers and mountaineers, and not just Mt Everest; other national parks and outstanding mountain areas include the ANNAPURNA AREA, one of the more popular areas .
Embark on the Mildford Track, a walk that they call the finest in the world.
Papua New Guinea
THE KOKODA TRAIL: Trek one of the world’s most famous but arduous walks.
INCA TRAIL: One of the world’s great hiking trails; take a few days and end up at Machu Pichu.
The UK is full of hiking trails away from the cities and towns.
TREKKING, HIKING and MOUNTAINERRING possibilities can be endured within the country, exploring the Tian Shan Mountains and the Fergana Valley.