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Synonyms for hiking

a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure


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"Ayres Rock and the Spoilation of Nature," Sydney Bushwalker, October (1976), 8.
(12) Dorothy Clayton, 'How It Began', in The Catholic Bushwalker, Tenth Anniversary of the Foundation of the Club, Sydney, 1953, p 10.
Jamie Neale, 19, was found by the NSW Police near Narrow Neck plateau, around 15 kilometres from Katoomba, following a phone call from bushwalkers, and was taken to the local hospital to be treated for dehydration and exposure.
Apart from Ian, Rusty and Dave, the team of nine included Andy MacQueen, historical author, conservationist and bushwalker; Win Jones, author, naturalist, conservationist and bushwalker; and Wayne Cherry, Technical Officer, National Herbarium of NSW.
The army-trained bushwalker used his skills to survive long after the search for him had been abandoned.
Kathy Offord, a horticultural research officer at the Mount Annan Botanic Garden, says the rainforest area in which the trees were found is accessible only to the heartiest "cane bushwalker," an Australian term for naturalism who regularly trek into remote areas.
When Gunning moved to Tamworth in the late 1980s to take a post with the Department of Primary industries, she became an active bushwalker and got involved in a forest campaign that changed her life.
8.42 (480m): Moss Break, Cairns Solo, Ruben Red, Mitecamotorbike, Timmy Minty (W), Bushwalker (W).
8.36 (480m): Killoe Star, Branxton Pickle, Sandyhill Jewel, Fun Boy Franky, Swift Money (W), Bushwalker (W).
He was a keen bushwalker and for over 30 years he had a small farm on the north coast of NSW where he raised cattle, grew kiwi fruit and planted trees.
Melissa Harper, The Ways of the Bushwalker: on foot in Australia, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2007, xv + 348 pages; ISBN 978 086840 968 9.
Lionel and Beth Bridge, from Carlisle, Cumbria, arrived from London on Sunday to help police search for their daughter Celena, aged 32, a keen bushwalker and environmentalist.
The Australian bush is so peaceful at sunrise that the bushwalker is oblivious to the silent battles going on all around.
The first woman to practise law in NSW, a feminist, mountaineer and keen bushwalker, she devoted herself to protecting the nature she grew to know and love as part of her weekend bushwalking trips within reach of Sydney.
Reserves: Beijing Suzie, Blue Noodles, Bushwalker, Cash For Gneeve, Ceili Ted, Dunmail Woods, Geordie Lights (w), Moss Break, Nuke Crash (w), Petite Impact, Record Gamble (w), Swift Zion, Trafford Lad, Waltzinblack, Was Not Jamie.