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Hike the iconic trails of Réunion Island with this comprehensive guide to the GRR2, or Sentier de Grande Randonnée R2. This trek showcases the island's diverse landscapes, from lush coastal forests and volcanic plains to the dramatic cirques and the highest peak in the Indian Ocean, Piton des Neiges. The route is split into 8 flexible stages that can be completed in 7-12 days and is designed for those seeking to experience both wild camping or stays in the island’s charming gîtes. Along the way, you will encounter remote villages, stunning viewpoints, and the unique flora and fauna of Réunion. This guide provides all the necessary information, including the best camping spots, gîtes reservations, how to get there, when to go, trail conditions, weather, geography, and much more. What this guide includes: - A flexible itinerary for different lengths and difficulty levels - Distances, best overnight (camping) options, and other useful waypoints - Custom Google Maps with all the important locations, such as campsites, water sources, grocery stores, airports, trails, public transport stops, and viewpoints - GPX-tracks of all the routes - Practical information on how to get there, how to get around, when to go, trail conditions, weather, geography, and more. - Detailed descriptions of the trekking route, including landmarks, terrain, and elevation changes. Get an impression on YouTube.com/HarmenHoek
Backpacker • Adventure • Camping • Budget • Outdoors • Photography • Slow Travel
$15.00
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Hike several of the most famous trails in New Zealand with this custom route that combines Great Walks of Rees-Dart and Routeburn with some lesser-known hidden gems like Cascade Saddle, Earnslaw Burn, and Greenstone/Caples. This trek showcases the diverse landscape of New Zealand's South Island, from serene valleys and ancient glaciers to rugged alpine mountain passes and through low altitude temperate rain forests. The route is split into 7 flexible stages that can be done in 7-14 days and is written for those seeking to (wild) camp and who prefer to stay in huts along the way. The route includes some off-trail sections to some of the most secluded and beautiful landscapes of New Zealand, but also provides alternatives to avoid these sections of bushwhacking. This guide includes the route as seen in my YouTube film and provides all the additional information about all the huts along the way, wild camping regulations all along the trek, how to get there, when to go, the weather, and much more. What this guide includes: - A flexible itinerary for different lengths and difficulty levels; - Distances, best camping options, and other useful waypoints; - Custom Google Maps with all the important locations, such as campsites, grocery stores, airports, trails, public transport stops, and viewpoints; - GPX tracks of all the routes; - Practical information on how to get there, how to get around, when to go, trail conditions, weather, geography, and more; - Detailed descriptions of the trekking route, including landmarks, terrain, and elevation changes. Embark on this adventure to discover New Zealand's breathtaking landscapes, from alpine passes and serene lakes to lush valleys and dense rain forests. This guide promises to lead you through the heart of the South Island's untamed beauty, offering an unforgettable journey through its most majestic and wild spaces. Get ready to be captivated by the stunning vistas and unique experiences that await on this epic trek. Get an impression of the route on youtube.com/harmenhoek.
Backpacker • Groups • Adventure • Camping • Outdoors • Photography • Slow Travel
$15.00
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Embark on a breathtaking backpacking trip through one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders: the Grand Canyon. Hike the renowned Escalante and Tonto Trails, two of the most dramatic and beautiful routes in the canyon. This route offers the perfect blend of challenge and scenery, featuring technical sections that demand scrambling, stunning narrow canyons, the desolate Tonto Trail, and the celebrated South Kaibab Trail down to Phantom Ranch. This detailed guide provides a day-by-day itinerary as seen in my Youtube film, custom maps and everything you need to know about retrieving a backcountry permit, camping, weather, water, getting there, and more. This route is suitable for backpackers with experience and requires wildcamping. This guide includes the new Grand Canyon backcountry permit application effective starting January 2024. What this guide includes: - A flexible itinerary for different lengths and difficulty levels - Distances, best overnight (camping) options, and other useful waypoints - Custom Google Maps with all the important locations, such as campsites, water sources, grocery stores, airports, trails, public transport stops, and viewpoints - GPX-tracks of all the routes - Practical information on how to get there, how to get around, when to go, trail conditions, weather, geography, and more. - Detailed descriptions of the trekking route, including landmarks, terrain, and elevation changes. Get an impression on YouTube.com/HarmenHoek
Backpacker • Adventure • Camping • Budget • Outdoors • Photography • Slow Travel
$15.00
12
The 350-kilometer (215-mile) long John Muir Trail is considered one of the most beautiful hiking trails in the United States. It stretches from Yosemite Valley to Mount Whitney straight through the Sierra Nevada mountains, passing through Yosemite National Park, the John Muir and Ansel Adams Wildernesses, Sequoia National Park, and King's Canyon National Park. This trek is characterized by wild camping, undisturbed wilderness and a varied wild landscape. This is my personal favorite hike in the world. This guide includes the route and campsites as seen in my YouTube films and is suitable for experienced backpackers - it requires wildcamping and bringing food for up to a week. The flexible itinerary is split up in 3 stages, that can be hiked at any pace. Additionally there is all you need to know about obtaining permits, resupplies, getting there by car or public transport, bear safety, weather and when to go and much more. What this guide includes: - A flexible itinerary for different lengths and difficulty levels - Distances, best camping options, and other useful waypoints - Custom Google Maps with all the important locations, such as my campsites, grocery stores, airports, trails, public transport stops, viewpoints, dangerous points, resupply stops, ranger stations and more. - GPX-tracks of all the routes, including scenic detours and resupplies. - Practical information on how to get there, how to get around, when to go, trail conditions, weather, geography, and more. - Detailed descriptions of the trekking route, including landmarks, terrain, and elevation changes. Get an impression on YouTube.com/HarmenHoek
Backpacker • Adventure • Camping • Outdoors • Photography • Slow Travel
$15.00
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Embark on a journey through the heart of Chilean Patagonia with this comprehensive guide to Torres del Paine's W-trek and O-trek. These iconic trails wind through a majestic landscape of towering peaks, turquoise lakes, and sprawling glaciers, offering an unforgettable adventure for both seasoned hikers and beginners. The guide provides essential itineraries, practical tips, and insights into this breathtaking wilderness, ensuring a truly remarkable trekking experience in one of the world's most spectacular natural settings. This guide includes the route and campsites as seen in my Youtube film and is suitable for beginner and experienced backpackers. It is suitable for both camping, as well as overnighting in the refuges along the way. What this guide includes: - A flexible itinerary for different lengths and difficulty levels; - Distances, best overnight (camping) options, and other useful waypoints; - Information about the huts and campings and all information how to book these; - Custom Google Maps with all the important locations, such as campsites, grocery stores, airports, trails, public transport stops, and viewpoints; - GPX-tracks of all the routes; - Practical information on how to get there, how to get around, when to go, trail conditions, weather, geography, and more; - Detailed descriptions of the trekking route, including landmarks, terrain, and elevation changes. Get an impression on YouTube.com/HarmenHoek
Backpacker • Adventure • Camping • Outdoors • Photography • Slow Travel
$15.00
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The Laugavegur Trail is probably Iceland's most famous hiking trail that showcases some of Iceland's most stunning natural landscapes. The trail stretches approximately 55 kilometers (34mi) from Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk. Often the trail is combined with the Fimmvörðuháls, which adds another 25 kilometers to Skógar on the ocean in the south. The terrain is extremely varied. You pass through black lava fields, along geothermal areas with steamy vents and boiling hot springs, over colorful mountains, by white glaciers, through lush green valleys and by some of Iceland's biggest waterfalls. This guide includes the route and campsites as seen in my Youtube film and is suitable for beginner and experienced backpackers. It is suitable for both camping, as well as overnighting in the refuges along the way. What this guide includes: - A flexible itinerary for different lengths and difficulty levels - Distances, best overnight (camping) options, and other useful waypoints - Custom Google Maps with all the important locations, such as campsites, grocery stores, airports, trails, public transport stops, and viewpoints - GPX-tracks of all the routes - Practical information on how to get there, how to get around, when to go, trail conditions, weather, geography, and more. - Detailed descriptions of the trekking route, including landmarks, terrain, and elevation changes. Get an impression on YouTube/HarmenHoek. << video coming soon! >>
Backpacker • Adventure • Camping • Outdoors • Photography • Slow Travel
$15.00
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