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What’s the difference between a hike, a trek, and a climb? Andrew and Jeremy answer a listener’s question and explain the nuances between the three words in this episode of Culips. We also share some stories about experiences we’ve had doing these activities. This is a fun episode and I think you’ll find it entertaining and educational.
This is Simplified Speech. If you’re unfamiliar with what that is, let me explain. Simplified Speech is our series featuring clear, natural, and easy to understand English conversations. And today, we are going to talk about hiking, trekking, and climbing.
Hiking, trekking, and climbing aren’t the only words used to describe a walk in the woods. In the United Kingdom, it’s called rambling. In Australia, it’s called bushwhacking. In New Zealand, it’s called tramping.
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