verb (used without object), hiked, hik·ing.
verb (used with object), hiked, hik·ing.
Origin of hike
Examples from the Web for hiker
He was a quiet kid, a hiker and hunter, smart enough to graduate at the head of Harrison High.
As a hiker, I thought Strayed was a knucklehead—but a likable one.Book Bag: Timothy Egan’s Five Favorite Travel Books|Timothy Egan|October 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A hiker told a French newspaper how he came across the bodies of four people gunned down in a forest car park in the French Alps.
A third hiker, Sarah Shourd, was released last year on $500,000 bail.
A hiker was mauled to death by a grizzly in Yellowstone this week, the latest in a rash of attacks.
Exclusively for the use of the hiker the simplest of tent forms will answer.Touring Afoot|Claude Powell Fordyce
I may say here that Mr. Smith is a veteran and inveterate "hiker."A Tramp Through the Bret Harte Country|Thomas Dykes Beasley
This will prove, upon investigation, to be a hiker, or maybe two or more.Legends of the Skyline Drive and the Great Valley of Virginia|Carrie Hunter Willis
At each ranger station, hotel, chalet, and permanent camp in the park will be found a "Hiker's Register" book.Glacier National Park [Montana]|United States Dept. of the Interior
Though quite shy, they are often seen along the many miles of trail which are accessible to both rider and hiker.Grand Teton [Wyoming] National Park|United States Dept. of the Interior
British Dictionary definitions for hiker
Word Origin for hike
Idioms and Phrases with hiker
see take a hike.