The Cathedral Range State Park is one of Victoria’s best hiking and camping areas. The rocky range northeast of Melbourne offers some of the most challenging day hikes with a range of different peaks and stunning vistas of the surrounding area. Next to the Grampians, I would say it’s one of the best places to … Continue reading A guide to hiking in the Cathedral Range State Park
One of Georgia's main tourist attractions is the incredibly beautiful Gergeti Trinity Church in Kazbegi. The 14th-century monastery is perched right on the edge of a hill towering above the town of Stepantsminda in northern Georgia. Although the church itself is an awe-inspiring sight, the surrounding Caucasus Mountains are equally an incredible attraction and offer … Continue reading A guide for hiking in Kazbegi, Georgia
Trekking amongst the Himalayas in Nepal is one of the world's great adventures. However, the experience comes with a multitude of things to know before setting off on the trail, whether alone or in a group, independently or with a team of guides and porters. To make your preparation and planning easier for you, I … Continue reading Do’s and don’t’s of trekking in Nepal
Known as one of the most popular and beautiful treks in Ladakh, I decided to hike the Markha Valley during my time in Leh. Popular because it's easily accessible, the trail is not difficult to navigate and it's one of the few multiday treks in the region that can be done entirely with homestays, rather … Continue reading Trek report: Markha Valley
Srinagar left me feeling like I needed to explore Kashmir a bit more instead of going straight to Ladakh, and so I headed to Aru Valley, a place not even mentioned in my guidebook. I’d hardly seen anywhere so green in my life, and it appeared like a landscape that belonged more in Switzerland than anywhere near India.
A trek report for hiking the Langtang Valley in Nepal solo, one of the original trekking destinations in the Himalayas. It includes my day-by-day experience on the trail and the nitty-gritty details of organising it, plus a video.
Inle Lake is considered one of Myanmar's top tourist sights and the increasingly popular trek from Kalaw to Inle Lake is the best way of getting to the lake's edge. This is a part guide and part personal experience of the trek and my time in Nyaung Shwe at Inle Lake.
Two weeks of completing the Larapinta Trail condensed into a five minute video.
Part two of my solo Larapinta Trail trek: Ellery Creek to Mt Sonder.
Part one of my solo Larapinta Trail trek: Alice Springs to Ellery Creek.
Preparing for the Larapinta plus my packing list
After dismissing the northwest of India because of the cold and snow at this time of year, I decided to explore the northeast instead. It wasn’t just the slightly better weather that appealed to me though, it was also the fact that it is the most underexplored area in India and government restrictions on foreign travellers still remain. My first state in the Northeast was Sikkim, one of the least populated states in India and famous for being home to the third tallest mountain in the world.