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Synonyms for hiking

a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure


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Around 40 people went searching for the two medical officers who are reportedly experienced bushwalkers.
See extensive discussion on the 1932 decisions by Myles Dunphy and the Sydney Bushwalkers Club to set severe limits on membership, based on walking ability and 'sociability', in Melissa Harper, 'The battle for the bush: bushwalking vs hiking between the wars', Journal of Australian Studies, June 1995, no.
In Chapter One of Through the Years, there is a photograph of three generations of Catholic Bushwalkers.
Melbourne, July 15 (ANI): An English bushwalker has been found alive 11 days after he went missing in the freezing cold of the Blue Mountains.
For die-hard bushwalkers, there is a large network of long distance walking tracks, which include the five-day Overland, three-day Frenchman's Cap and the seven-day South Coast walk.
We call ourselves the Bourgeois Bushwalkers because part of the deal is we must have good coffee at the beginning of every walk, and a great lunch at the end (usually accompanied by a bottle of chilled white).
Although some of the listed walks are suitable only for experienced bushwalkers, there are less strenuous options including two drive/walk trips.
A total fire ban has been declared across New South Wales and many national parks have been closed to prevent picnickers and bushwalkers accidentally starting fires.
Plants of the Tropics' is designed to help bushwalkers and students to identify plants in the rainforest between Paluma and Cairns and the dry heath-type ecosystems west of the range, according to the Townsville Bulletin.
Discovery Ecotours takes campers and bushwalkers into the rugged countryside around Kakadu, in Northern Australia, home to Australia's largest aboriginal population.
It has become a target for illegal dumping, ruining the amenity for bushwalkers, picnickers, orienteering groups, horse, bike riders and four wheel drive clubs.
Bushwalkers had to be rescued by helicopter when they became trapped in Kosciuszko National Park in the Snbowy Mountains, 460km south of Sydney.
Between them are the steep slopes of The Hazards, which beckon nature lovers and bushwalkers.
While some high-country wetlands are threatened by trampling from stock or bushwalkers, Wingecarribee Swamp on the Southern Highlands near Sydney faces a far more serious threat.