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For Romanian mountaineers, climbing the country's highest peak is practically mandatory.
First they did it on foot. Now crossing northern Spain via bike is becoming an increasingly popular way to complete the famous Camino de Santiago.
Tasmania is a cyclist's dream, with stunning national parks and few cars.
Lachie Carracher and buddies paddle the big water near Mexican city Tlapacoyan.
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Famous for its heritage and natural beauty, Kakadu is a must-do adventure tucked away in the Top End.
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A few hours’ train ride from Sydney and you could be gazing into a 500m deep valley, strolling through the oldest conservation forest in Australia or riding sweet MTB traiils.
Arthur River is known as the Edge of the World; the coastline and isolated river mouth stand before 18,000km sea – the longest stretch of ocean in the world.
The birthplace of Australian forestry is a tranquil spot to take a walk, cycle or have a picnic