English translation: to arrive at the desired destination, one has to travel the whole distance..
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Spanish term or phrase:
recorrer todo el camino para llegar
to arrive at the desired destination, one has to travel the whole distance..
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Spanish term or phrase:recorrer todo el camino para llegar
Del senderismo también aprendió que, para poder ver cosas que pocos ven y maravillas de la naturaleza, era necesario un esfuerzo, se tenia que **recorrer todo el camino para llegar** y poder gozar del espectáculo lumínico y natural.
you had to toil all the way in order to get there and.....
Explanation: Another option, maybe. As the previous sentence mentions that an effort must be made, I thought that by using the verb "toil" you somehow convey the idea that it is not all easy going or a matter of travelling a required distance, but doing it with effort. Just an idea.
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