Sentier Cathare, 250km trail through Languedoc, France.
Trekking Morocco’s M’Goun Valley.
Hiking Karwendel, near Innsbruck, Austria
El Camino de Santiago – Spain.
Dingle Way – County Kerry, Ireland
Iceland – the Deserted Inlets of the north-east
France – the mighty GR5 Alpine route
Lake Waikaremoana – fabulous New Zealand forest
Nepal – simply the best trekking there is.
Blue Mountains, New South Wales – the Six Foot Track
Tour de Mont Blanc – Switzerland
Walking festivals 2010 – meet locals, save money, have fun!
World’s greatest one day walk?
The Alkmaar 4 Daagse – Holland.
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Fantastic blog…I’ve been following your stories for a few months now. Last year I backpacked around the globe writing for the Sunday Herald Sun Escape called the Adventures of Georgie & Jess.
I now love keeping update with other travel writers and their adventures.
I now am back in the PR game working for Haystac who looks after Quest Serviced Apartments – more than 125 properties around Australia, NZ & Fiji. Not sure if you do much travel writing around Australia but if so please let me know and I can definitely arrange acc for you.
Thanks for the encouragement, Georgie – as a fellow writer, you will know we need all the ego boosting we can get! I’m in Europe for the next few months, but thanks for the offer and will bear it in mind when I’m back downunder. Cheers, Richard.
Hi Richard. As all things internet I got here by either fate or accident. Whichever how enjoyable it is. Today it was through Facebook. That’s what is nice about it. I love watching the Tour de France on SBS – I watch the scenery 🙂
I’ll Facebook you.
Richard-Hope you get a few gret hikes in while you are in the Bagni area-we own a little flat 10 minutes from Bagni-some great areas to walk and LOADS of crazy men cycling the tiny curvey roads! Go to the visitor center in towna nd they can hook you up with the hiking group.
I’m not ready to become one of the crazy men on the bike here, Melonie, but I am seriously checking out the hiking possibilities for a return visit. It looks excellent and Club Alpino Italia seems to have the area well covered with the refugios we’ll need.
Do you have, or propose to have, walking holidays in China, taking in Shanghai as a city experience?
I’d love to do a walk in China, but haven’t been there as yet, I’m afraid.
Have you tried the Larapintra Trail through the West Macs outside Alice Springs. If not you should add to your bucket list! It’s 223km’s of the most amazing scenery Central Australia has to offer.
My gosh, thanks so much for this!
Always delighted to be of help, Shiv. Let me know where you go walking, especially if you are ever daring enough to take my advice!
Great blog Richard, Did you walk all these trails?
Sadly I didn’t have time to read everything yet but I will be back 🙂
Scotland have a new trail you might be interested in, I know I am and I’m looking into how to find the time next year or god forbid 2014.
Scottish National Trail:
Great site mate.
Have you heard about the Evliya Celebi way in Turkey? It looks like an amazing trek but I cant seem to find much info about it.
That’s a new one to me, Tommy…so I’ll be googling it. Meanwhile, has anybody else out there done it and have some advice about it?
There is 1 article I can find on the web but not much. Will have to look into a bit more.
A great compilation …
Thank you so much for sharing 🙂
Thanks so much for the encouragement too, Sreejith!
Hi Richard, Nice to catch up with what you are up to. It’s been a while. Remember co-editing Nexus at Ormond over 45 years ago? All the best, Michael