[ UK /tɹˈɛkɐ/ ]
  1. a traveler who makes a long arduous journey (as hiking through mountainous country)
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  • Largely ignored by those same trekkers just a couple of hundred miles away on the equator lies Mount Kenya, Africa's second highest peak and arguably its most beautiful. Ben Colclough: Mount Kenya -- Is This the Most Beautiful Mountain in Africa?
  • A corporate trekker constantly tugging on an ear is probably stressed and may be interested in a yoga kit — or perhaps a therapeutic pillow from the hotel's pillow menu.
  • There should be some kind of rubbish disposal facility and you need proper campsites for the trekkers, with camp wardens.
  • In the last few weeks, two groups of long-distance bicycle trekkers have pedaled through town, and another is making plans to depart soon.
  • Mules are used frequently in these parts to transport trekkers gear and food supplies and served to fully demoralise us throughout our trek by capably lugging 100kg of gear on tortuous paths that left us wheezing for breath. Ben Colclough: The Atlas Mountains -- Berbers, Mules and Peaks in Morocco
  • I once watched a Gamow bag quite dramatically save the life of a trekker with cerebral edema.
  • In 1991 he joined International Trekkers (Nepal) as a sirdar. More Trek | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
  • Inside, the place was steamy and warm, filled with European trekkers, hippies, and mountaineers eating large portions of food.
  • For the assiduous trekker who throws away the route map you can find a watering hole with rich across-the-pond life.
  • Fugawee's laced half-boot is a left-right model of the Hi-Lo Trekker.
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