Tracks. It’s where one goes and what one leaves behind. Also known as Trailblazing, tracks are those paths that lead to places where some may not be able or have yet to go. This Tale outlines our tracks that we have recorded in various locations around the world. Click on the country in brown to see the track in that particular part of the world.
Tracks are those horizons yet to be seen, or have yet to be recorded. Sunrise, Mt Sinai, Egypt.
This way? It’s in the detail – a trail blaze on the Artemis Trail, Cyprus.
Recorded Tracks are made with a GPS or Global Positioning System device.
From short lung busters in Dubrovnik, Croatia, to Ultra distances, we upload all our recorded tracks onto Wikiloc – a free international online sharing platform of various types of trails.
Out of reach? Running the Sentiero degli Dei, Amalfi Coast, Italy.
We have recorded over 55 different tracks in over 15 countries.
Paths lead in and out of fascinating rock formations and ancient churches in the valleys of Cappadocia, central Turkey.
Reflections – each track reflects a little bit more, about ourselves? Schlachtensee circuit, Berlin, Germany.
Traversing islands are special. We not only contribute to the 2 million plus member Wikiloc community, we also utilise others’ tracks like this one on Vis Island, Croatia, and then Trailblaze our own.
Lifted up! Our tracks sometimes take us to some special places such as Szklarska Poreba, Poland.
Home away from home – technical trail around Trappieskop, Kalk Bay, Cape Town, South Africa.
A continuous journey in progress – our tracks exist for the world to see, download and discover for themselves.
It’s where our tracks take us…Andorra la Vella panorama, Andorra.
True Trailblazer. Known as Europe’s toughest long distance trail, Corsica’s 200km GR20 was recorded over 12 days.