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    Smile Night hiking

    Night hiking opens up a new world to visitors.



    Is "night hiking" a set phrase? Could I say "night trek or travelling" instead? Thanks.

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    Re: Night hiking

    It's not a set phrase, and the ones you generated are fabulous and are used.

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    Re: Night hiking

    Thanks, Soup.

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