Posts filed under: Hiking and Trekking

  • San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
My head teacher in primary school was also a geography teacher and a helpless fan of outdoors. This resulted in dragging us to climb some hills, small and big, at least once a month, including some Saturdays. It was cool, almost nobody complained if we could spend a day outside playing...
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When I was in primary school, a head teacher of my class was also a geography teacher and a big lover of outdoors. As part of our education about nature, we were taking frequent trips to forests and mountains. I lived in the south of Poland, close to the border...
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Hello everyone! I am presenting you the fifth and the last one-day Arizona trip from the series written by Mitch from Southern Discoveries. I hope you’ll enjoy it! Hiking in Tucson is arguably some of the best hiking in the world. From lush Sonoran Desert vegetation to picturesque mountain ranges it’s...
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  • Sapa
In the Mountains of Sapa ‘Are you tired?’ Pan asked me. She put a pot over the fire burning in the small indent etched into the kitchen floor as I looked up at her. She was pretty, maybe 30 years old, but she could’ve passed for much younger. There was...
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This post is the 4th part in the series Arizona day trips written by Mitch Stevens from Southwest Discoveries. It’s a well-known fact that Arizona is beautiful, often breathtakingly so. From the fascinating Sonoran Desert in the south to the red rock country near Sedona and the Grand Canyon, the state...
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  Continuing in our series of 5 awesome Arizona Day trips you can take in the Southwest, today’s article focuses on a backcountry swimmer’s dream and a true example of Paradise Found: Wet Beaver Creek. Located on the western escarpment of the Mogollon Rim, the perennially flowing Wet Beaver Creek...
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    Today’s post shines a spotlight on some incredible hiking near tucson: Redfield Canyon. Hiking Near Tucson – Redfield Canyon Imagine a secret place, a narrow red-walled chasm featuring tall cliffs pocked with eroded caves and strewn with boulders. A place where deep within its heart exists a stone...
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  • Pan de Azucar, Chile
Pan de Azúcar- Sugar Loaf In the north of Chile, around 30 km from a little town Chañaral and 100 km north of Caldera, there is a National Park Pan de Azúcar. Although it is famous for its lovely beaches, unusual rock formations, rich flora and fauna and pingüinos de...
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Hi guys, I have a little treat (well, especially for those of you who are the outdoor lovers) for you prepared by Mitch from Southwest Discoveries. Starting from today, I will be publishing a series of 5 articles featuring 1-day trips in Arizona. I hope you like it. It’s a...
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  • las vegas red rock canyon
  Today’s post has been written especially for you, lovely readers of Posctards from the World and other fellow lovers of outdoors, by Corey. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway to escape the craziness of Las Vegas, you should check out Red Rock Canyon. It is located approximately...
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