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Damian Hall

Damian Hall is an outdoor journalist who’s trekked many of the world’s famous and not-to-famous long-distance trails. He’s climbed volcanoes in South America, fallen down mountains in New Zealand and had his hiking boots stolen by a hungry possum in Australia.

 

He contributes regularly to outdoor and fitness publications and writes walking guides, including for the UK’s oldest and toughest National Trail, the Pennine Way. There’s more of this kind of self-aggrandizing trash at www.damianhall.info

Epic Trails
July 24, 2014

Hiking Bolivia's Isla del Sol

By: Damian Hall
Discover Lake Titicaca and the Island of the Sun from the perspective of Damian Hall as he goes trekking in Bolivia with his wife. More
Epic Trails
July 3, 2014

Tongariro Northern Circuit

By: Damian Hall
Discover the beauty and unnerving bleakness of the Lord of the Rings filming location for Mordor. The volcanic landscape along the Tongariro Northern Circuit and the active Mount Ngauruhoe were the perfect backdrop for Mount Doom and middle earth. More
Epic Trails
June 5, 2014

Hiking England's Coast to Coast

By: Damian Hall
Damian Hall walks from coast to coast across England. This 192-mile long-distance hiking trail goes through the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors of England. More
Epic Trails
May 8, 2014

Mount Chimborazo

By: Damian Hall
Discover Mount Chimborazo, the highest point on earth, through the eyes of Merrell Pack member Damian Hall. Climbing Chimborazo is difficult and exhausting, but the view is worth it. More
Epic Trails
April 1, 2014

Torres del Paine National Park

By: Damian Hall
How hiking the ‘W’ trek in Chilean Patagonia changed writer Damian Hall's life More
Epic Trails
March 27, 2014

The Overland Trek

By: Damian Hall
Epic Trails
March 6, 2014

Everest Base Camp Trail

By: Damian Hall
Nepal’s Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most famous treks in the world, but one of the most dangerous too. Foreign trekkers often encounter difficulties in the Khumbu region, with around three dying each year and many more helicoptered out. More
Epic Trails
February 28, 2014

Inca Trail

By: Damian Hall
Latin America’s most popular hike can still be enjoyed in relative peace and quiet ­– as long as you dodge the local beer More
Epic Trails
February 11, 2014

The Pennine Way

By: Damian Hall
The Pennine Way includes some of the remotest, wildest and best upland walking in Great Britain. Damian Hall does his best to stay dry in his waterproof hiking boots. And his best to stay alone… More

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