trek to

trek to

some place to hike or march to some place. I have to trek all the way to the store because my car is in the shop. We trekked to the cabin and made that our base camp for the whole two weeks.
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It also allows Trek to better service their bikes and better support existing customers.
This means that the trek to the peak and subsequent return must be completed in a single day.
The trek to Prachitgad will start on the morning of December 8 from Karad, Debhewadi.
If that sounds like too much Trek to you, pick up Star Trek: TheBestofThe OriginalSeries (CBS Home Entertainment, $15), an extras-free disc that offers four classic episodes.
Geraghty lists, via Dyer, five social problems and their corresponding utopian solutions, and provides examples from fan letters that show how fans use Star Trek to construct or reimagine their worlds to bring about such solutions, albeit on a small scale.
The commitment of those fans (along with the unprecedented success of George Lucas' Star Wars, which may yet turn out to be merely an epiphenomenon of Star Trek) eventually persuaded Paramount to bring Trek to movie theaters in 1979.
Throughout the arduous two-week trek to Advance Base Camp at 21,000 feet, where the north face of Mount Everest towered to the right and Lhakpa Ri rose to the left, each of the blind teenagers had a sighted escort who trekked in front, using guiding methods ranging from a bell to a trekking pole held backward for them to hold on to.
According to Steve Conlon of Above the Clouds Trekking, walking tours and trekking are different entities: "We consider a trek to be a hiking trip of multiple days which goes out fully supported [food, equipment, bedding] and is usually accommodated in tents.
meter reader and one of Bergthold's photo students, made their trek to prove the ill-fated Donner Party in 1846 had an alternative to starvation and cannibalism in the Sierra Nevada.