Walk this way – or not

http://www.smh.com.au/national/why-walking-for-pleasure-is-taking-a-step-back-in-society-20160811-gqqcxq.html

Remember how you walked to school? How everyone walked to school? Then you walked to the shops (if you were lucky and had 20c for a mixed bag of lollies), then you walked to your mate’s house and home again? It’s not just “kids these days” who aren’t walking – because kids only do what […]

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Is it safe to hike alone in Sydney?

There are two types of people who go hiking alone – those chasing the serenity, and those who think they don’t have a choice (but you do… find someone to walk with). Wherever you fit, here are tips to make your solo hiking trip in Sydney safe and sound. Is it safe to hike alone […]

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Never Walk Alone: Find Walking Groups Sydney

If you’re new to Sydney or your mates or partner aren’t the bushwalking type, don’t feel you have to walk alone. You’ll never hike solo if you don’t want to. There are different types of walking groups Sydney to suit your style. Here’s how to find someone to team up with: Bushwalking Clubs Free walks […]

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Sydney Walking Events 2016

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Hiking tips for beginners

Hiking Tips for Beginners

Ian and I have been hiking and camping since the days when we smelled like teen spirit. You can imagine what we’ve learnt along the way. Now it’s time to share our hiking tips for beginners to give you the confidence to make camping a fun and safe experience.. Since 2009, we’ve been taking young […]

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Why I nearly stopped hiking

It’s confession time: I don’t go bush walking half as much as I could, and my fancy new boots are still not worn in. Once upon a time, I’d call myself a hiker (actually, I would have said, “I like bush walking” but not called myself a “bushwalker” – a subtle difference related to how high […]

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3 Brilliant Tips for Packing to Hike Overseas

When your dream of hiking the lush green Milford Track, walking the Tour du Mont Blanc or trekking a section of the Pacific Crest Trail comes true, there’s that other reality; that you’re not ‘just a hiker’, you’re a traveller who wants to experience it all. The reality is you’re jumping on a plane to […]

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Wedding Cake Rock Closed

The fence is staying. There will be no more access to ‪Wedding Cake Rock‬. Ever again. The drone footage shows why. It’s been a favourite of ours for years, but since becoming a hashtag phenomenon on social media, the number of people visiting the site has exploded – bringing its safety into question with NSW […]

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Tips for Whale Watching Season Sydney

The whale watching season in Sydney is between May and November each year but some times are better than others to increase your chances of seeing whales. We’ve been walking Sydney’s coastline for years, so here are our tips on how to take advantage of nature to get the best out of your whale watching […]

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Tips for Hiking in the Rain

Check the weather forecast. Rain. Do you a) hide indoors and dust the top of your kitchen cupboards OR b) greedily choose to have stunning bushwalking tracks all to yourself, see more wildlife than usual, stare in amazement at the trickles and waterfalls you never thought possible? The more awesome option b) means facing the […]

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