Definitions

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  • n. The activity of hiking or backpacking.
  • v. Present participle of bushwalk.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In Australia, they call it "bushwalking," tramping or trekking.

    July 2009

  • '' Namadgi National Park plays an enormous role in the lives of Canberrans, from the provision of Canberra's water supply to a place of relaxation and recreational activities such as bushwalking and mountain bike riding, '' Mr Stanhope said.

    The Canberra Times

  • "Namadgi National Park plays an enormous role in the lives of Canberrans, from the provision of Canberra's water supply to a place of relaxation and recreational activities such as bushwalking and mountain bike riding," said ACT Chief Minister Jon Stanhope.

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  • Additionally there are lots of tracks for bushwalking and the opportunity for a roaring fire.

    Writer’s Paradise « Write Anything

  • There is a wide range of recreational activities with bushwalking (hiking) and camping being widespread.

    Greater Blue Mountains Area, Australia

  • Being able to go to the gym more often, starting to go bushwalking and since January 1, the participation in the 365 photo project have been so important.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I am in a bushwalking club that I have resisted joining for four years.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • They thought the trip was supervised, the teacher stuffed up, the emergency phone system stuffed up, the kid wasn't prepared, even though he had experience in bushwalking.

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  • At least he wasn't bushwalking in the Blue Mountains.

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  • Increasing numbers of people are visiting the area for more active forms of recreation, including bushwalking, caving, mountaineering, climbing, rafting, canoing and cross-country skiing.

    Tasmanian Wilderness, Australia

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