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Heather Lake, Snohomish County, WashingtonHeather LakeSnohomish County, WashingtonMay 2017. The jagged rocks trimmed with snow provide a serene view of the true harshness of nature.Glacier National Park, Flathead County, MontanaGlacier National ParkFlathead County, MontanaA typical view from the Highline Trail in Glacier. It was hard to find the best photo to use because every view is spectacular, and each turn...Visconti Stefano, Castellamonte, ItalyVisconti StefanoCastellamonte, ItalyGreat scenery along the Tour du Mont-Blanc. This is close to Courmayeur, just passing col de la Seigne. #hiking #landscape #nature #italy #tmb...First, Grindelwald, SwitzerlandFirstGrindelwald, SwitzerlandThe most peaceful time in my life. #hiking #first #Switzerland #lakeLake Louise, AlbertaLake LouiseAlbertaAmazing place with great accessibility for all! #weekendgetawayBlodgett Campground, Ravalli County, MontanaBlodgett CampgroundRavalli County, MontanaA little class hike up Blodgett #hiking #montanaSnow Lake, Lewis County, WashingtonSnow LakeLewis County, WashingtonAn easy hike in Washington's Cascade Mountains leads you to this mesmerizing clearwater lake surrounded by majestic mountains and lush forest. A...Siouxon Creek Trailhead, Skamania County, WashingtonSiouxon Creek TrailheadSkamania County, WashingtonOn our eighteenth ninety-degree plus day of the summer -- which actually includes a little of the Spring -- it was a welcome relief to spend a good...Whitaker Point Trailhead, Newton County, ArkansasWhitaker Point TrailheadNewton County, ArkansasA picture is worth a thousands words, but in this case no words can describe the beauty here. A must see to anyone wanting a fun and easy hike....Mt Coolum, AustraliaMt CoolumAustraliaClimbing Mount Coolum. Awesome views on the top of Mount Coolum! It's a short climb (only half an hour) but it was a good hike due to steep steps...Crater Lake National Park, Klamath County, OregonCrater Lake National ParkKlamath County, OregonDeep , pure lake , indigo blue in color surrounded by cliffs with a violent volcanic past . It has to be experienced to feel it . #waterlust...Grasslands National Park of Canada, Alberta, CanadaGrasslands National Park of CanadaAlberta, CanadaThe 70 mile butte hike, which is only 5km is a great place to catch sunset.Rohtang Pass, Himachal Pradesh, IndiaRohtang PassHimachal Pradesh, IndiaRohtang(Himachal)INDIA #hiking. #BestOf5Mt Papandayan, Cisurupan, IndonesiaMt PapandayanCisurupan, IndonesiaA new hidden crater lake on Mount Papandayan. May 2015.Upper Enchantment Lakes, Chelan County, WashingtonUpper Enchantment LakesChelan County, WashingtonThe high alpine in the Washington Cascade wilderness. A long scramble up to 8000ft you will be rewarded with creeks and crags, meadows and lakes, a...Upper Enchantment Lakes, Chelan County, WashingtonUpper Enchantment LakesChelan County, WashingtonOne of many beautiful lakes found hiking Washington's Enchantment Wilderness. Pretend alpine lake after another after a grueling climb to 8000ft,...Mount Lawrence Grassi, Alberta, CanadaMount Lawrence GrassiAlberta, CanadaDifficult to find. Difficult to climb. But an amazing view. #Hiking #Alberta #Canada Difficulty: Moderate to hard Time: 5 hours Distance: 12 km...Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Clark County, NevadaRed Rock Canyon National Conservation AreaClark County, NevadaRed Rock, one of my favorite places to go rock climbing & #hiking. Red Rock Canyon first inspired my passion for hiking! My favorite time of year...Moraine Lake, Alberta, CanadaMoraine LakeAlberta, CanadaMoraine Lake in Alberta is one of my favourite spots to take out of towners. The water was quite low in this photo, but it led to people building...Santa Cruz Trek, Huaraz, PeruSanta Cruz TrekHuaraz, PeruIn Peru's Cordillera Blanca is the stunning 4 day 'Santa Cruz trek', taking in rivers, lakes mountains, glaciers llamas and so much more. Some...
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          1. > 1y
            If you're hiking the Inca Trail in September, does anyone have any tips?!
          2. > 1y
            Yeah, I did it at the end of January. It gets quite cold at night so make sure to have extra layers for bed. Bring snacks for the trail to avoid low blood sugar. Get a hiking stick - there's one pass that is quite steep! Arrive in Cusco a few days prior so you can acclimatise, also but coca leaves and suck on them while hiking - it'll help to avoid altitude sickness. As will staying well hydrated.
          3. > 1y
            More than anything though - take your time and soak it all in, it's incredibly beautiful and a great experience! Enjoy!
          4. > 1y
            Bring warm clothing like layers, hats, gloves a good insulated coat. hiking boots. thermal running pants. rain gear. and anything else you might need
          5. > 1y
            hi wheres inca trail
          6. > 1y
            hi all how are you?
          7. > 1y
            I am an Ontario hiker check out my site https://ontariohikingtrails.com/
          8. > 1y
            hi tom and rosie and all
          9. > 1y
            Which Route Should I Use to Climb Kilimanjaro? There are seven established routes to climb Mount Kilimanjaro - Marangu, Machame, Lemosho, Shira, Rongai, Northern Circuit and Umbwe. The Marangu, Machame, and Umbwe routes all approach from the south of the mountain (Mweka is used only for descent). The Lemosho, Shira and Northern Circuit routes approach from the west. The Rongai route approaches from the north. The illustrations below depict a three-dimensional view of Kilimanjaro's climbing routes and a close up of the approaches to the summit. www.letviewtanzania.com
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            hi all anyone heading to nepal for trekking and mountain climbing ? feel free to write me and you can visit this site for more information about hiking in himalayas www.eagleeyetrek.com
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          12. > 1y
            5 more weeks before I start my 4 day Inca trail adventure. little nervous ! about the second day. Just finished a 20 mile hike in haleakala on maui in 2 days altitude was only between 6500- 10000 ft. Anyone that has done it in May ? wet, cold ? Btw if you ever on Maui, make sure to hike Haleakala gorgeous !
          13. > 1y
            Anyone with plan to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro this year?
          14. > 1y
            Very extreme place for climbing, I think so.
          15. > 1y
            About to go for hike in inca trail this summer, anything i need to specifically know before going?
          16. > 1y
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