International Hiking

Living History: Autumn Hiking in the Dolomites

It isn’t autumn yet, and we are not trying to rush it along, but if you want to go hiking then, you will need to be making plans now! Hiking in the Dolomites in northern Italy in autumn is always captivating: the larch trees that clad the lower slopes turn a golden yellow, while the peaks are still topped with ... Read More »

Hiking Canada’s Oldest and Longest Marked Footpath: The Bruce Trail

The Bruce Trail is Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath. It spans 550 miles from Niagara to Tobermory, Ontario, and provides the only continuous public access to the magnificent Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. The terrain varies from level, cedar and pine needle covered paths to steep and rocky slopes. When you hike the Bruce trail, you will ... Read More »

Waterton Lakes National Park is Worth Checking Out

This quiet Canadian National park is located in the southwestern portion of Alberta, 3 hours south of Calgary. It is the smallest of the Rocky Mountain parks, and is located across a lake from Goat Haunt, Montana. (Yes, that really is the name!)  Goat Haunt is actually a region of Glacier National Park, and their are hiking trails in this ... Read More »

Everest Hiking on the Bucket List for Many Travelers

Mount Everest Hiking is a Grand Adventure

People of all ages enjoy adventure travel, and Mount Everest Hiking is on the bucket list of many. As you probably know, Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world, towering above the other Himalayan peaks at 29,029 feet (8,848 meters). While most people do not have the training and skill to hike to the summit, reaching the Everest ... Read More »