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Historic images of the Overland Track
Lost portraits of WWI soldiers
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The females of this species often conserve energy by hibernating during much of a pregnancy
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Want the complete walking package in just one day? Then be prepared and start early for great touring in Wilsons Promontory, some of Victoria’s most scenic hiking
The best way to take in three European countries is on foot – and the Tour du Mont Blanc offers a historic walk with plenty of punch.
Find out how many summer alpine activities you can pack into two days.
The 2011 AG Outdoor/The North Face Adventure Grant winners summitted 7492m Noshaq Peak, Afghanistan.
The gold’s gone but you can still get a rush on the spectacular Chilkoot Trail, the arduous route from Alaska to the Yukon that fortune hunters famously trudged in the 1890s.
Join some of the biggest names in the climbing industry for a weekend packed full of fun and adventure
Take your iPhone anywhere with this waterproof case
Lugging gear on your back, rather than dragging it, is a welcome reprieve for paddlers.
Perfect for the trail or sidewalk, the Huski Nimbus jacket will keep you comfy in any environment.
In preparing for his world first paddle by kayak to New Zealand, James Castrission visited Papua New Guinea - the land of a thousand tribes and cultures.
In calm conditions sea kayaking looks like a breeze, but when things get rough you need to know what you're doing.
This spectacular park - famed for its wilderness, waterfalls and rare wildlife – is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area.
Explore Tasmania’s highest peak on an adventure into the heart of the state.
Watch wildlife, fish, walk and take fantastic photos in the freshwater billabongs, paperbark and monsoon forests of the Mary River region.