The Walking Blog

Meet Lakita – our Kiwi intern

Meet Lakita - our Kiwi intern

I am from a small town called Ranfurly, New Zealand. Normally I just say I am from Queenstown because Ranfurly barely makes the map. I didn’t know what I wanted to do when I left school but I knew I…

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Pleasure and Pain. Finding the right balance

Stirling Ranges Ridge Walk

“Pain + reflection = progress” Ray Dalio In our experience, the number one reason people are attracted to hiking is the desire to be surrounded by beautiful natural settings. There is something life affirming about being in nature. The sounds,…

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Booking flights online

SkyScanner

Last year I was at the airport, ready to board a flight to Melbourne, when an announcement came over the intercom that Jetstar were cancelling my flight. Panic! I had to be in Melbourne the next day to make a…

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Aprés-Trek: Walk and Wines

Aprés-Trek: Walk and Wines

Yes! You heard right. Our first ever Aprés-Trek: Walk and Wines list! Our first list is tailored to our Tasmania’s Best Day Walks Tour. We will pair a wine made in Tasmania to the day’s walk. To make it easy,…

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Walking with Riddles – Active meditation

Walking with Riddles - Active meditation

What do you think of when you are out walking? Perhaps you put in your headphones and listen to music. Maybe you prefer the sounds of nature or you gather some friends up and laugh and walk together. Focused walking…

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