Travel bloggers select their favourite trails in Europe, from towering peaks and glaciers to secluded pools and coastal routes.
Patagonia, a labyrinth of peaks, lakes, glaciers, fjords and forests, is the perfect place for people who love to get outdoors.
When travelling long-term, you need to look after your feet. A good pair of hiking boots will see many months of adventure.
Home to Torres Del Paine, the Icefields and the Carretera Austral, Patagonia is a hiker’s haven at the end of the world.
You don’t need to hike the W to see the best of Torres Del Paine. This selection of day hikes includes options for all trekkers.
The W Trek in Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile, is one of the world’s greatest hiking trails. Here’s how to conquer it.
The mountain town of El Chaltén in Argentina is the base for some of the most iconic hikes in the Patagonia region.
The chilled-out Argentine town of El Bolsón is a gateway to this stunning hiking trail in the nearby Andes mountains.
For the budget-conscious hiker in Patagonia, El Chaltén has a range of cheap (or free) campsites to explore the scenery.
This easy hiking trail in Parque Municipal Llao Llao is one of the best ways to see the natural beauty near Bariloche, Argentina.