What we're about

This meetup is to facilitate walks, hikes and short trips. Based in the Hague but exploring the world. The name originates from Australia where aboriginals use this term for a retreat. Literally meaning:
1. A temporary return to traditional life, taken especially between periods of work or residence in modern society and usually involving a period of travel through the bush
2. A walking trip
Many of us lead busy lives, spend hours sitting behind screens, are run by our agendas and deadlines. How about taking a walk? Resetting your system, breath in breath out, feel the wind, the rain, the sun, the earth beneath your feet, feel your body and use your senses.
You will return refreshed and ready to rumble!

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Upcoming events (3)

Hike Amsterdam drinkingwater dunes

Heemstede-Aerdenhout

Hello hikerfriends, This hike starts at Heemstede-Aerdenhout station. From there we'll head towards the 'Waterleidingduinen'. This is a beautiful area between Zandvoort and Noordwijk where we can certainly spot some deer. All together it will be around 15 km. We take it easy so the hike is accessible for everybody. Bring something to eat/drink and warm enough/weatherproof clothes. Your RSVP is accepted and official after transferring € 5,00 for "AWD hike" via https://tikkie.me/pay/k5ntpq1o2ckb9vedl0fg This is for the organisation, to confirm your presence and for one hot drink along the way. We meet at 09:15 at the Hague central station to take the train at 09:33 to Heemstede. Or, if you travel from somewhere else, we can meet at station Heemstede-Aerdenhout by 10:10 Hope to see you on the 23rd! . Carissima

Elsterberg hike

Rhenen, Station

So guys, A lot of you answered the question about your favourite hiking area with 'mountains'. Same here but what can you do when living below sealevel? Maybe visit a 'mountanous' area in the centre of Holland for the day called Elsterberg, mountain of Elst. The "Utrechtse heuvelrug" is a higher sandy area amidst the lowlands between Hilversum and Rhenen. There is forest, heather, sandy parts and also ancient barrows (grafheuvels) from the bronze age. What is the plan? We meet at station Rhenen NS at 10:30 am. to set off. This hike is 17,5 km. so we'll be at it for a good part of the day. Bring weatherproof clothes (there's a dutch saying "april doet wat ie wil" meaning april can show any kind of weather any time) something to eat and drink, good shoes, good mood. Your participation is approved and definite after transmitting €5 to: "Elsterberghike" via https://tikkie.me/pay/snttlev2ac16np9qkbpb This is for the organisation, to confirm your presence and for one hot drink along the way. This event will be co-organized with: www.lopus-wandelreizen.nl Hope to see you on the 13th! Car(issim)a

Easterhike

Roermond

Hellooo, During this 2-day hike we"ll be crossing the dutch-german border and back again exploring the nature reserve of Maas, Swalm and Nette (rivers) Start and end of the hike can be reached by train: Roermond. Accomodation in this area is limited so if interested secure your spot asap. Simple shared or private rooms incl. breakfast. Costs: max. €65 p.p. You can transfer your deposit of €50 to NL62TRIO[masked] named Veldwerk. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from for our dinner on saturday. Bring your own lunch/snacks for saturday and sunday (although on sunday after a proper german Frühstück with lots of eggs you won't be needing much) Closer to the date i will give an update of practical details. See you! Carissima

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