One of the things that we enjoy about living in Colorado is our access to a wide variety of trails to go hiking. Especially during the summer when the wildflowers are blooming and getting into the mountains can be a great escape from the heat of the Front Range. We will often see tourist from out of the state on the trails and often they are not prepared for hiking in the altitude on what can be sometimes some rough terrain. People in Colorado will often refer to those people who come from states that don’t have mountains and are closer to sea level as “flatlanders”. Here are some tips for anyone who plans to go hiking in the Rocky Mountains.
An adventure trek designed for a smoother and leisurely hike in the remote place of Ausangate. This trek takes us truly off the beaten path, from the most iconic snow-capped mountains in the Vilcanota Range, and the Rainbow Mountains to the best trails of uncrowded Ausangate trail. http://www.perusummit.com/tours/ausangate-trek-rainbow-mountains-4-days
Crouching Lion Hike on O’ahu, Hawaii
The mountainous Kingdom of Swaziland is a little haven hidden in the core of Southern Africa, sandwiched by South Africa and Mozambique. This picture shows one of the six lodgings made of natural local stone and mortar at the serene and enchanting Mahamba Gorge Lodge, in the Shiselweni Region (province) of the Kingdom. Mahamba Gorge Lodge offers hiking, mountain biking, fishing, swimming, camping, and nature walks. Learn more about this beautiful African kingdom on www.thekingdomofswaziland.com.