For fun, Will and Kate are free to kayak, hike, windsurf, scuba dive, bike or take a guided nature walk around the island.
This affable gent will take you on a customized walk, hike, or boar hunt around town.
It was on a hike to the Grand Canyon at age 18 that Shattuck penned her first bucket list.
Foreign tourists would often hike up the winding road and camp out in the ruins.
They have a modest second home, somewhere near the mountains where they can hike and bike and kayak and generally enjoy nature.
We had good luck because our hike straight west down the hill took us right plunk into Central Avenue.
"hike out the foot-boards; they slide in them grooves," said Dan.
It was due to Bettys morning at home that the hike had been put off till afternoon.
Nothing to do but hike in a marsuit or sun oneself under a dome.
The hike was presently resumed, and the little adventure reckoned a thing of the past.
1809, hyke "to walk vigorously," an English dialectal word of unknown origin. A yike from 1736 answers to the sense.
HIKE, v. to go away. It is generally used in a contemptuous sense. Ex. "Come, hike," i.e. take yourself off; begone. [Rev. Robert Forby, "The Vocabulary of East Anglia," London, 1830]Sense of "pull up" (as pants) first recorded 1873 in American English, and may be a variant of hitch; extended sense of "raise" (as wages) is 1867. Related: Hiked; hiking. The noun is from 1865.
: The government got a big tax hike
[fr mid-1800s term hike up, ''go or raise up,'' related to hoick of the same meaning, both probably fr the asi dialectal sense ''go, go about'']