World Walks

The Himalayas
Mount Everest in the heart of the Himalayas

This section is dedicated to a selection of some lovely non-European walks throughout the world. Here you will find walks I and other contributors who wish to share their remarkable adventures with you. The range is exteremely varied from easy walks with children to treks in the Himalayas. I hope you enjoy this section and hopefully it may just inspire you to follow one of the walks featured.

The Walks Description
Dragons Back Trail - Hong Kong Island The Dragons Back Trail has been named the best urban hike in Asia by TIME magazine, revealing the wonderful trekking opportunities in Hong Kong.
Ella Rock, Sri Lanka A walk in Sri Lanka through tea plantations and dense forest paths to Ella Rock, the highest peak in the area with great panoramic views.
Malana, Himachal Pradesh, India A walk in India to the remote world of the Pin Parvati valley. It is so unique, just like entering a lost world. Do not expect western attitudes here.
Kawah Ijen, Eastern Java, Indonesia A walk to Kwah Ijen, a Volcano that sits at its highest point at 2799m which is just short of 10,000ft. Prepare for acrid smells of sulphur!.
Mount Everest Base Camp A sixteen day epic hike to the base of the world's highest mountain.
The Walks Description
Dragons Back Trail - Hong Kong Island The Dragons Back Trail has been named the best urban hike in Asia by TIME magazine, revealing the wonderful trekking opportunities in Hong Kong.
Ella Rock, Sri Lanka A walk in Sri Lanka through tea plantations and dense forest paths to Ella Rock, the highest peak in the area with great panoramic views.
Malana, Himachal Pradesh, India A walk in India to the remote world of the Pin Parvati valley. It is so unique, just like entering a lost world. Do not expect western attitudes here.
Kawah Ijen, Eastern Java, Indonesia A walk to Kwah Ijen, a Volcano that sits at its highest point at 2799m which is just short of 10,000ft. Prepare for acrid smells of sulphur!.
Mount Everest Base Camp A sixteen day epic hike to the base of the world's highest mountain.
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