trek to (something or some place)

trek to (something or some place)

To make a slow, arduous journey to something or some place, especially on foot. We spent the early hours trekking to peak of the mountain so we could be there when the sun rose. I trekked to town to see the exhibit at the museum. The villagers have to trek to this well every day, as it is the only source of potable water within a 50-mile radius.
See also: to, trek
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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.
See also: to, trek
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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