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walk

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a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure

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the amount a salary is increased

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Among those is shallow, rocky upper Little Rock Creek, which is paralleled and crossed by hikers along the popular Pacific Crest Trail.
For the enthusiast hiker and backpacker, Timberland has continued with the World Hiker series footwear which includes 5 models of some of the finest hiking product in the world.
This year's heavy winter snows caused Bearpaw to open a week late because creeks that hikers cross on the way were running higher than usual.
For girls, Timberland is offering a new leather retro hiker.
We talked with some hikers who did a load of laundry at the South Rim so as not to carry extra clothes.
From the North Rim (most hikers tackle it from this direction) to the cabins of Phantom Ranch, hard by the Colorado River, the descent is 5,800 feet - more than a vertical mile - in 14 miles of the North Kaibab Trail.
2 -- 4) Hikers with the Rancho Simi Trail Blazers, above, walk the Long Canyon Trail above Simi Valley.
For several of the hikers, this month's march highlights not only efforts to get official recognition of an Armenian genocide by Turkey but broader issues about mass killings around the globe.
Most through hikers spend a night in the canyon at one of the dozen designated campsites on higher ground.
Despite the return of hikers, the trails still need new signs to replace those lost in the Simi Valley/Verdale fire.
As the hikers walked the slight incline of the park trail, a small wisp of smoke was detected from a smoldering log.
This didn't bother dozens of hikers and mountain bikers who flocked to the entrance Monday to the not-as-yet officially named ranch property at the north end of Las Virgenes Road.
The next day the hikers were to take a boat to Santa Cruz Island and hike along the bluffs before returning to Santa Barbara the same day.
The 1,310-acre park on the border of Angeles National Forest attracts hikers, mountain climbers and horseback riding enthusiasts.
If hikers are dehydrated, it could cause them to make poor decisions, which could put them further at risk.