Light, comfortable and stylish boot that hardly even needed breaking in.
Why settle for one mode of transport through Tasmania’s east coast when you can have three? Cycle down terrifyingly steep passes, kayak in pristine Freycinet National Park and hike on the old island jail of Maria.
If you’re ready to graduate from day-trips to multi-day adventures, this is the place to start.
From family camping to multi-day hikes and mountain bike rides, Australia’s smallest mainland state has something for all types of adventurers.
Everything is bigger in Canada’s spectacular Northwest Territories, which means you’ll need to set aside plenty of time to make the most of a visit to this wild frontier.
New Zealand’s Heaphy Track packs so much into its 74.8km length it’s surprising more walkers don’t put it at the top of their list
A weekend hike in Barrington Tops National Park that will take you from subtropical to subalpine, just a short drive from Sydney.
If you’re looking for a trek that takes in stunning mountain scenery, as well as lakes, rivers, waterfalls, dense forest and coastline – without the hard slog – then New Zealand’s Hollyford Track should be on your list.
Kangaroo Island’s new Wilderness Trail is set to open October 1. The rugged five day 66km walk through Flinders Chase National Park hugs a coastal shoreline that’s brimming with native wildlife.
Read more about the Wilderness Trail in AG#134, out now.
Climbing volcanoes can present many challenges, especially if they’re located in a remote wilderness… and they’re active.