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What are the best places to go if you want great hiking on your doorstep?

 

by @ani_goes_tweet | 5yr  | 29 comments

Where have other nomads gone where theyโ€™ve had loads of great trails on their doorstep?

France is absolutely brilliant for this (great way-marking, maps, and incredible terrain), and Britain is quite good too (but thatโ€™s home), I know Spain for all of its tributaries to the grand El Camino (but what about other trails? how well are they marked?) and Iโ€™m hoping there will be lots of trails that are easy to get to from Las Palmas this winterโ€ฆ

I donโ€™t know much about hiking in other countries in Europe, and beyond Europe I am completely ignorant.

Iโ€™d love to find out about other peopleโ€™s hiking heavensโ€ฆ

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@rus | 5yr

I spent 4 months in Barcelona hiking around the city, over the hills, along the sea front and in the mountains, with the occasional excursion to Andorra for more hiking. It was phenomenal and I canโ€™t wait to go back!

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@peachananr | 5yr

Nepal! I am surprise no one has mentioned Nepal yet. That country is built by hikers and climbers. I did a 7 days solo trek to the Annapurna Base Camp 2 years ago, it was one of the best experience of my life hands down. At the base camp, I was surrounded my the several 8000s+ peaks.

There are all kinds of trail you can do in the Himalayas, short and long. Thereโ€™s also Wifi up at the base camp if you really really needed it. :slight_smile:

You have to see it with your own eyes :slight_smile:

You can see more photos here: http://photos.bucketlistly.com/tagged/nepal

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

I (and probably most others) took it to mean where can I hang and so my nomad thing while also having access to hiking. From what Iโ€™ve read, Nepal, with itโ€™s questionable internet and infrastructure, isnโ€™t really the ideal destination for someone who needs a reliable, fast internet connection. Which is probably why people didnโ€™t mention it. Iโ€™d go there as a hiking destination but I probably wouldnโ€™t have it on my list as a nomad spot because internet. :slight_smile:

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@psedillo | 5yr

That is impressive! I have to imagine the entire experience is awe inspiring. Great shots BTW.

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@ajsnewman | 5yr

Hi there, I use Aosta in the Italian alps as my main location. I like to ski during the winter and hike/cycle during the summer. I have several trails that actually cross my road, you can walk across to Switzerland and Mont Blanc is 25 minutes away. Itโ€™s a short journey from Turin and itโ€™s much cheaper than Switzerland (I used to live on Lake Zurich). The local cheeses and wines are fantastic and you can have a four course meal with a glass of wine for 20โ‚ฌ in a medium quality restaurant. Clothes etc are about 20% cheaper in Turin though. For me, Aosta is heaven.

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@poppyjikko | 5yr

Many great places in France, on the Cote dโ€™Azur and in the Alps (Grenoble, Sallanches, Chamonix, Annecy, Chambรฉryโ€ฆ)

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@nomadtax | 5yr

Hong Kong has the best combination of city life and hiking of any city in the world. All national parks are accessible by public transport (some even have metro stations), are free and well maintained. You can see photos and more details here: https://www.freedomsurfer.com/hiking-in-hong-kong/

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@repat | 5yr

The eastern part of Germany has some nice scenary ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saxon_Switzerland ) and hiking trails. Dresden is a big enough city to live for a while (and cheap!).

The camino, at least in the German language (โ€œder Jakobswegโ€) is often perceived as the one that goes from France to Santiago de Compostela (Camino Frances). In fact, itโ€™s more like the camino s. In fact, there are other caminos e.g. from Sevilla (Via de la plata), Valencia, Barcelona or in Portugal, that all end in Santiago.

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

Thanks, thatโ€™s very interesting about eastern Germany/Dresden, etc. Iโ€™ll investigate that and add it to my list.

Yes, the Camino is an entire network, although people are usually only aware of the Camino Frances. Iโ€™ve walked the Via de la Plata (partially - about a weekโ€™s worth), the Camino del Norte (various stages) and the Camino Frances (four times in its entirety), but have yet to discover the rest. Of course the Camino Frances has the best infrastructure for walkers, but there are too man people during peak times. The support along the Camino del Norte was improving when I was last on it, and that was around twelve years ago so it must be quite reasonable by now. Iโ€™ve wondered about fitting together work and doing the Camino, but I canโ€™t see it being a very good match. I think Iโ€™ll have to take the time off and just walk!

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

Also, if the weather is clear, you should take the gondola up to the top of the Saleve. Itโ€™s a hill just on the french side and it overlooks the city and mountains. Amazing views on a clear day.
you can take a bus to the border then bus/walk to the gondola station

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

I just enjoy walking the old town. There are lots of markets set up around christmas time. I also enjoy walking the lakefront. and if you have time, the Geneva -> Lausanne train is one of my favorite train rides. It takes about 45 minutes and youโ€™re right on the edge of the water looking out across the lake at the mountains. And lausanne is a nice little city to explore.

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@psedillo | 5yr

Thank you for the suggestions. If I end up staying more than a day or two I will definitely take the train to Lausanne.

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

geneva is great. I lived there for a year and loved it. depending on how mild the winter is, you might be surprised. Make sure youโ€™re there for Escalade. Mmmmmโ€ฆhot wine!

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@psedillo | 5yr

Very cool โ€“ and you had me at hot wine!

Any other recommendations for Geneva? Iโ€™ll be taking the train over from Lyon which is were Iโ€™m spending most of my time in December. Figured it was close and I could easily make the trip.

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

switzerland has 42,000 km of hiking trails (probably more now) so you can access them from just about anywhere. :slight_smile: and, like presentday said, you can do day or multi-day hikes easily between the hut system and the bus/train system.

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

I was thinking Switzerland would be too expensive, but after reading your comments Iโ€™ve had a look at Airbnb and there are plenty of places within the affordable range. I didnโ€™t expect that. Switzerland is really looking like an option now.

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@eelcojellema | 5yr

Iโ€™ve found accommodation to be fairly cheap, indeed. The biggest costs were grocery shopping, dinners and such.

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

I see what you mean. I had a look at NUMBEO, which indicates that groceries in Switzerland are almost 80% more expensive than in the UK. Iโ€™m glad Iโ€™m a vegetarian, as meat is 200% to 300% more expensive! Public transport is cheaper than the UK, but taxis are more expensive. Eating out is significantly more expensive. Hereโ€™s the link: http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_countries_result.jsp?country1=United+Kingdom&country2=Switzerland

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@psedillo | 5yr

Iโ€™ll actually be in Geneva this coming December. Unfortunately Iโ€™m not sure Iโ€™ll be doing much hiking in the freezing temperatures. Looking forward to going back next year and exploring the trails.

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@piotrf | 5yr

Iโ€™ve been based in Switzerland for the past few years, and as Iโ€™m about to relocate, I realise Iโ€™ll miss the mountains here a lot. Itโ€™s very easy to go on a day hike or find hut-to-hut trails for longer treks. There are pretty trails as close as half-hour train ride from Zurich. Hereโ€™s a handy map with all hiking trails, comes with a mobile app too: http://www.wanderland.ch/en/wanderland.html

Shout out if you need more info.

Cheers

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@theunisk | 5yr

Cape town - Table mountain national park has some great trails, thereโ€™s plenty else to do in the area nature wise and itโ€™s relatively cheap compared to western europe. Internet is not all that great though

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

These are all great suggestions, thanks.
Keep them coming!!

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@dries | 5yr

Taiwan might be a great place for hiking. 72% Of the place is nature, connected by bullet trains too. Lots of mountaincabins allow for multiple day treks (and free accomodation) and the mountains go up to 4000m.

On the downside: some trails are tourist traps, avoid those and in many cases you need to get a permit. They are cheap but a bit of a hassle.

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@matttutt1 | 5yr

Iโ€™m currently in Southern Germany on the border with Switzerland and second the idea of Switzerland, for obvious reasons (plenty of mountains, amazing scenery), the only downside being the cost of living there.
Happy to give more info if you want, Iโ€™ve only been here a few months so not yet an expert on all the hiking trails. You can get to most parts of Switzerland in just a few hours though.

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@skatkov | 5yr

Da Lat in Vietnam is a great place for hiking and bike rides with great views, cheap accommodation and good internet.

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@eelcojellema | 5yr

I would say that any popular ski-area would be great for hiking in summer. Iโ€™ve done so many times in Austria.

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

Thanks, that sounds very reasonable and is something to bear in mind.

What about outside of Europe - esp Africa, Asia and South America? Is anyone familiar with places with lots of trails, good way-marking, maps on an appropriate scale, etc? (Aside from obvious treks like Macchu Picchu!)

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

Thanks. Any specific towns/villages that are particularly well situated for having trails beckoning right outside your door?

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

Switzerland and Italy are both good hiking destinations.

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weโ€™re a family of 4 from Canada (Quebec province) leaving to Thailand on December 1st.
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by @gigigriffis | 4yr 3 years ago | 29 comments

Hi all!

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in Georgetown, Guyana by @florianbuerger | 4yr 4 years ago | 2 comments

Hi fellow nomads,

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Other places like Ubud, Chiang Mai, Vienna, Prague...?


in Chiang Mai, Thailand by @rich | 4yr 4 years ago | 10 comments

Hi,
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What are some mediterranean (beachside) coworking places?


by @srg_b | 4yr 4 years ago | 12 comments

Hey folks,

Are there any nomad communities in mediterranean locations close to the beach, apart from Sun and co?

Thanks!

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Best places to live in Madagascar


in Madagascar by @wordmonkey | 4yr 4 years ago | 2 comments

Iโ€™ve been toying with the thought of spending a month or three in Madagascar next year, but the capital doesnโ€™t seem excessively appealing. Any recommendations for nice places to stay? (Ideally reasonably large โ€“ large enough to be represented on AirBnB, at least --, but pleasant.)

(If anyone else is planning to head that way sometime after February 2017, get in touch too! :slight_smile: )

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