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Captivating Canada: Top five road trips

The world’s second-largest country by area, Canada stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean. This is a land that lends itself perfectly to road trips. Here are five of the best:

A road trip on Chile's wild new Route of Parks

A road trip along Chile’s new Route of Parks takes travellers to the ends of earth. The brainchild of a visionary conservationist, this is a journey that snakes through 17 national parks, showcasing one of our planet’s most extensive wild frontiers.
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Wild mountains: heading into Chile's Torres del Paine

Known as the eighth wonder of the world, Torres del Paine is a beautiful spot far from the stresses of modern life, where visitors can immerse themselves in nature and adventure.
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Eyes wide open: where to stay in New South Wales

Whether you want to stay in sleek, style-conscious Sydney or in the heart of the bush, this southeastern Australian state has it all. We take a look at just a few of the accommodation options on offer, from boutique beach houses and intimate island retreats to luxury lodges and homesteads. Plus, Trailfinders expert Alex Maidment shares her tips on exploring the surrounding areas
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Untamed Australia: Into the wilds of New South Wales

Seen Sydney? Surfed Byron Bay? Raised a glass in the Hunter Valley? If so, now might be the time to explore New South Wales’ national parks. We ask one of Trailfinders’ experts, Henry Hopkinson, for his insider tips on how to tackle Australia’s outback

Canada: The salt plains of Wood Buffalo

One might have imagined that I would feel cold, crunching barefoot through sheets of sparkling white stuff in Canada’s sub-Arctic Northwest Territories (NWT). But the summer sun was blazing and the white carpet that lined Wood Buffalo National Park was made entirely of salt, not the snow that covers it in winter

Celebrating the UK's national parks

The UK’s national parks are natural treasures and cultural cornerstones, and this year they’re turning 70