Hiking is an outdoor activity. It's primary focus is on walking around in the nature, especially in mountain regions.

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Singapore and surroundings [closed]

I will visit Singapore in January and in March. What would you suggest me to visit in order to see nice nature/wildlife/birds or similar things. How about Malaysia on a daytrip? Sumatra in Indonesia ...
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Choosing hiking shoes [closed]

What and how should I look for when choosing a pair of good hiking shoes? I need a pair that keeps water out and that I can wear both when hiking and through cities (so I don't need to carry another ...
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How to do remote Alaska without glacier experience [closed]

My wife and I are fit, in our 20s and like hiking/backing, but we don't have any glacier-crossing, hardcore mountaineering experience. With that in mind, where should we go to challenge ourselves, ...
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Climbing Mount Teide from sea-level [closed]

Is it possible to climb Mount Teide from sea-level in 2 days for a reasonably fit person? Essentially, I was thinking of walking up to the Altavista mountain refuge on the first day (can that be done ...
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Itinerary for a 12 Day Hiking Trip to South Island in New Zealand in December [closed]

I am currently planning a 12 day trip to the South Island of New Zealand from December 13th - December 24th. I am incredibly excited, but need need some help figuring out the right itinerary. I will ...
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What is Successful Ratio of Climbing K2? [closed]

I just want to assess the difficulty of hiking on K2 with historical perspective. So I want to know How many people tried to climb K2 and how many of them successfully climbed, How many died and how ...
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Ideas for a 5 to 7 day hike in Japan [closed]

In august I will be going to japan. After visiting a friend, I want to go on a trekking for 5 to 7 days. Ideally I would go to Hokkaido for that, because then I can leave my stuff that I do not need ...