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walk

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Synonyms for hike

a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure

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the amount a salary is increased

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walk a long way, as for pleasure or physical exercise

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Many hikers depend on foods like ramen noodles and Little Debbie cakes to fuel their hikes.
has completed its acquisition of the Hiker Hostel bed and breakfast concept from Josh and Leigh Saint, the company said.
Her team, 'Survivor 2016,' began operations last March and since then, a multitude of Hong Kongers and foreign hikers have lauded their strenuous efforts to sanitize the trail.
He said that the hikers should present themselves as Messengers of Peace and promote brotherhood and national integrity in alliance with the scouts of other countries.
Local officials believe 45 to 49 hikers sheltered overnight in cabins on the mountain, although details remained unclear.
Before the fourth hiker was found dead, Ali issued a statement saying that a military search for the missing hiker was underway.
Occasionally a hiker or hunter will stumble upon one of the many old crashes scattered throughout the park and report it.
Living vicariously through hikers seems to be motivation for many angels.
The rescuers used floatation devices and ropes to rescue the hikers and half a dozen hikers were flown out by helicopter, local media has reported.
Additionally, the site is organized to make it easier for hikers to compare and choose trails that best suit their hiking preferences.
As such, the purpose of this study is to utilize a case study approach to examine the factors contributing to the death of four hikers in four different locations.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad wants the world to believe that his country's release of two American hikers who were unjustly imprisoned for more than two years on espionage charges was a humanitarian gesture.
Our objectives were to determine if hikers caused an increase in drifting of aquatic invertebrates in areas of the North Fork of the Virgin River that had concentrated use and to examine longer-term effects of disturbance by hikers on standing stocks of benthic invertebrates.
As Griffith Park recovers from the fire that scorched 800 acres last spring, park rangers and environmentalists are accusing hikers of damaging pristine chaparral by straying from official trails.
Hikers and walkers will see scenery, historical sites and wildlife that auto travelers will never see.