Welcome to the Trek & Travel e-commerce website! As well as being able to purchase many of our store-stocked items online (and sometimes at extra special prices), this is a fantastic resource for information and events. Check out our list of Top Ten World Walks for inspiration, discover how to care for your expensive new toys, or have a look at our upcoming information nights. There are links to our Facebook page, blog and the events that we sponsor every year, and if you need more advice on what to buy or where to go then feel free to contact us via phone or email. Enjoy!
Fjallraven is here!
You've definitely seen them around - just do a quick day pack survey next time your on the train, bus or street at rush hour - and now they've arrived at Trek & Travel! Yep, we now have a full colour range of Swedish brand Fjallraven's most famous pack - the Kanken! You're welcome. (not yet available online, sorry. Come in!)
Winter may be over but there's still time to get your EuroSCHIRM umbrella, in store on online. Just google 'best umbrella' and see what you find. Don't let yours be one of the thousands of poor, dead umbrellas littering the streets on the next wet & windy day!
Dirty Girl Gaiters
In another Australian exclusive we have listened to our customers and are pleased to announce the importation and stocking of Dirty Girl Gaiters from Arizona, USA. If you want a lightweight and very good-looking gaiter that does the job, click here.
New! After numerous requests we have, in a country-wide exclusive, managed to secure stock of New Zealand's fabled Hiker's Wool - beautifully soft fleece that wicks away toe moisture and helps prevent friction and therefore blisters. Wrapping wool around your toes sound wierd? We agree, but we can't argue with the feedback. Get blisters? Give it a go!
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Top Ten Walks—Everest Base Camp
The route to Everest Base Camp is probably the most famous mountain trek in the world. Every spring and autumn the trail fills with awestruck walkers winding their way through friendly Sherpa villages.more>