trek through (something or some place)

trek through (something or some place)

To make a slow, arduous journey through something or some place, especially on foot. The pilgrims trekked through southern France on their way to Spain. The villagers have to trek through this dangerous marsh every day in order to reach the only source of potable water in the area. We spent seven days trekking through the Andes last spring.
See also: through, trek
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