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Shaken but still stirring: Nepal was hit hard by last year's earthquake but remains astonishing. Make 2016 the year you explore its peaks, parks and heritage sites. Here’s how...
Robin Boustead | Issue 162 | November 2015
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Medieval cities, treks that take you amongst snow-capped Himalayan mountains, and jungle wildlife adventures – there truly is something for everyone in Nepal
This incredible country needs your assistance now. From charitable donations to voluntary rebuilding trips, here's how to help Nepal after the earthquake
Navigate the timeless temples and labyrinthine streets of Nepal’s alluring capital – then hit the rivers and trails of the Kathmandu Valley, advises Phoebe Smith
Nepal travel guide, including map of Nepal, top Nepal travel experiences, tips for travel in Nepal, plus the best hiking routes and tiger-spotting areas
Walking and trekking holiday travel guide, including walking, hiking and trekking travel advice, where to walk, trek, hike and walk in the world
Want to experience the Appalachian Trail but don’t have time to hike it all? Forget the backpack and blisters – grab a car, turn on the cruise control and check out the best bits in just two weeks...
Fully tooled and rakiya-fuelled, we discover that a short trek through Bulgaria’s south-east mountains is a journey through Eastern European culture
The mountains of north-west Yunnan, home to minority villages and snow peaks, offer the chance to experience a remote Himalayan enclave without forsaking creature comforts
With the local currency in the doldrums, there’s never been a better time to visit the UK. It’s time to make your pounds go further
As the US National Park Service celebrates it’s 100th birthday, 12 of the world’s leading adventurers and extreme sports athletes, including Dean Karnazes, Tracy Moseley, Martin Strel and Ray Mears, talk about the National Parks they love to spend time in
Only two hours from Toronto, Muskoka is the lakeside wonderland where city slickers come to embrace nature. Here are their favourite things to do.
With a bit of research and the right attitude, Palestine and the West Bank can be one of the world's most rewarding destinations, says filmmaker Leon McCarron
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