Like playing table tennis, holding hands and having a conversation, there are some things that just cannot be done alone! Putting together a successful hike is one of these things.
Over the weekend of October 12-13th First Hike project had a hike planned along the Wellington Spur Trail, the notice of intent form was in and approved, our volunteers had their…
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Firstly, if you’re planning on exploring a walk trail this summer; here are a few tips to remember:
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Sydney is a world-famous metropolis and as such, it requires days or even weeks for a full tour and a real thorough experience of everything it has to offer. However, many of us simply pass through Sydney on our journey through the Land Down Under. So, even you don’t have…Continue
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North American wanderlust is a unique kind of feeling - a notion yet to be named. It’s this special sentiment resembling something you may feel on a modern-day pilgrimage – not to a certain place, but through an entire country, following a faint scent of Route 66…Continue
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Bike Week WA 2019
Ok I have recycled a curbside rubbish pickup bike into a town bike. new brake-pads, new chain, cables n old seat (total $50). + Serious clean up.
Road though town saying hi to Mick Murray (department of sport n Rec), Erik from Crankn Cycles, Greg Pie n everyone else.
Have forgotten what its like to ride a non suspension, feeling every bump.…Continue
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Sydney itself is a wonderful urbanity to explore. The diverse assembly of suburbs has so much to offer in terms of layout, topography and sights, you’ll hardly get a chance to cover it all during a singular visit. However, you may just be looking for something completely different - a hiking adventure away from the sidewalk verve. If you are excited by the idea of exploring the outskirts of the Harbour City, here are the best trails to explore near…Continue
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While in Colorado, I was impressed with the creative funding ideas.
I saw these beer taps made out of bike parts, then i looked at the sign next to it.
Ill enlarge it. The Mtbers themselves are proactive in sourcing long term sustainable funding, so there is no failure in projects from lack of Government support.…Continue
Western Australia is often overshadowed by New South Wales as a tourist trap. As a matter of fact, Victoria, Queensland and Even Northern Territories are more renowned for their (often) extreme topographical highlights than the western coast of the continent. This is a true shame because Western Australia has just as much to offer, if not more. Discovering particular highlights can be a real treat.…Continue
Added by Isla Wright on February 25, 2019 at 9:16pm — No Comments
International MTB trails summit in Fruita Colorado.
Riding awesome places around the world
Its been a while since Ive been to a major trail conference, but the chance has come around to attend "The Trails Summit" in Fruita Colorado.
3 days of presentations, workshops and panel sessions with some of the best presenters in world.
We recently did this walk with Young Perth Hikers - check out more details at The Ruff Lyfe blog
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With the recent rains, it's a great time to be exploring Whistlepipe Gully. Our two small dogs loved jumping over all of the fallen logs and scrambling over rocks.
Found out more at the Ruff Lyfe blog promoting camping and hiking with dogs in Western Australia
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It can be heart-breaking having to leave your dog at home when going hiking. Young Perth Hikers has been trying out a series of dog hikes across Perth and surrounds.
Check out more details of our most recent adventure, Noble Falls Walk Trail, on the Ruff Lyfe blog. …Continue
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The Camino de Santiago, also known in English as the Way of Saint James, is a network of ancient pilgrim routes which span across Europe and come together in Northwest Spain at the tomb of St. James. It is one of the world’s most popular long-distance trails and millions have walked its rural…Continue
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Australia is a country that has a lot to offer when it comes to hiking and outdoor sports in general. Considering the size of the continent and its diverse nature, there is no surprise that you’ll be overwhelmed by numerous options for hiking, cycling and mountain biking. Though each track is unique in its own way, there is one that simply stands out. It’s called the Bibbulmun…Continue
Added by Isla Wright on May 10, 2018 at 5:54pm — No Comments
2nd stage of the Collie to Allanson duel use path is complete and in full swing.
Finally connecting Collie to Allanson with a continuous path through the old growth Sheoak forest. if your new in town and looking for a quick spin, check it out, you wont be disappointed with the ride. Connecting riders with nature and communities is a great way to see the sights. Allinson town site, or cool down with a Black diamond swimming experience or just a great spin ride. It wont disappoint as a…Continue
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Andrew from Break The Boundary tested the new Collie MTB hand cycle friendly trail built by Paul Neve and crew from 3 Chilli designs
Setting out from Rays trail car park with David Anderson from DBCA and John Wallace from the Collie mtb club, We road up and down along the newly furbished hand cycle friendly trail.
Andrew gave the new trail the thumbs up saying " It's always great trying out new trails in different areas around WA, but it's exciting…
If you are a true outdoorsman (or woman) you have probably heard about the wonders and natural beauties that await at Kennedy Range National Park in Western Australia. Located a whopping 1047 kilometres north of Perth, and 245 km east of Carnarvon, the Kennedy Range Park covers 319,037 hectares of land and is home to rich wildlife with 20 recorded mammal species, 100 bird species and 33 reptile species - truly an adventurous setting.
When you live in a city, you know exactly how it feels to stand in a cramped overcrowded space. The bustling urban life comes with some drawbacks, and being surrounded by an incessant stream of people is definitely one of them. Having to take the metro every day and share an apartment building with loud neighbors can really do a number on your nerves. In order to preserve the inner balance, we have to reward ourselves with treks through airy environments that give us a sense…Continue
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If you like your hikes to take you through stretches of unspoiled wilderness, you need to visit the Southern Forests region. With so many national parks, the Southern Forests offer a range of landscapes, flora and fauna to discover. Whether you want to surround yourself with towering trees, explore dramatic coastline or see incredible views, you’ll find a Southern Forest hike that will take you there. Read on to find our five favourite hikes in the region.…
During the cooler months, there’s no place prettier to hike than the Blackwood River Valley. The region’s rolling hills turn a vibrant green, wildflowers fill the forests, and mists rise from the tranquil waterways, making every hike feel like a magical experience.
Best of all, the Blackwood River Valley region is only a three-hour drive from Perth, so you can easily squeeze a quick trip into your weekend. If this sounds like your kind of hiking adventure, here are four excellent…Continue
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