This breathtaking hike takes you to one of the country’s most impressive, yet lesser-known, natural attractions.
This two-day trek into the ancient tea fields and isolated villages of Myanmar’s northern Shan State is a once-in-a-lifetime hike.
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The Choro Trek is a cheap, uncrowded and stunning hike through little-changed ancient communities.
Local villages and stunning views are the highlights of this blissfully quiet and accessible trek.
Hiking the Lahinch-Doolin leg of the Burren Way offers stunning coastal views and an alternative route to the Cliffs of Moher — without the crowds.
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Ghost tours and the French Quarter are clichéd tourist traps.
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Not only does this stunning park have dozens of trails, but some of its challenging treks are accessible by a specialized all-terrain chair too.
Issyk-Kul in Kyrgyzstan is the world’s second-largest mountain lake.