adjective as in traveling
adjective as in wandering
noun as in travel
The trek from Rochester will take around seven hours, but there are nonstop flights from Rochester to the Washington area.
Garcia made the trek north in the spring of 2018 to escape the street gangs and poverty of Huehuetenango, the capital city of the western state of the same name.
On May 29, 1810, Katherine Fritsch, a sister in the Moravian Church, boarded a coach in Lititz, Pennsylvania, along with a group of her friends and began the 75-mile trek to Philadelphia.
The only issue with them was on the slippery, snowy parts of the trek.
In any case, Todbaum parks his supercar in the town square, serves coffee from his special stash and holds forth every day with an endless stream of thrilling stories about his trek across America.
Part of that, Dr. Khan says, was a direct result of the global trekking PepsiCo is doing.
Trekking at altitude is no easy feat, and each woman pushed herself harder than she thought possible.
This would be their home base while they spent around 10 days trekking through the jungle in search of the perfect new botanical.
On dry land there were dozens of trekking outlets, each offering bike rides, hikes, and laundry service.
A week later—and many more miles of trekking over mountains, across valleys, and through swamps—we found the ruins.
It might be a portrait of Hendry or Sander bonneted in his glengarry, armed with a target, and trekking off with two terriers.
When two people, trekking together beyond the confines of civilisation fall out, the situation becomes unpleasant.
I'm going to lie here so that I can keep you children from falling out while we're trekking.
Little Oliver, who was then only seven months old, also went along, thus early in his life learning what trekking in Africa meant.
Across the sands of all the world, followed by the sun's flaming sword, to the west, trekking to evening lands.
On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trekking, such as: itinerant, roving, commuting, cruising, driving, and flying.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.