Definition of trekker in English:

trekker

noun

  • See trek

    • ‘They have visited guest houses, police stations, trekkers ' haunts, enlisted the help of Nepalese guides - and put up thousands of posters pleading for information.’
    • ‘The team, guided by the campfire, reached the trekkers around 4.00 a.m.’
    • ‘The trekkers, who are from Chennai and Ootacamund, will be pulling on their backpacks on December 12, one day after International Mountain Day concludes.’
    • ‘The organisers, who included experienced trekkers, wanted a ‘warm-up’ walk before starting the actual climb up the steep rocky slope of the hill.’
    • ‘The challenge of climbing the four highest peaks was a challenge eagerly accepted by the former Summerhill College classmates, who were all experienced trekkers.’

Pronunciation

trekker

/ˈtrekər//ˈtrɛkər/