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Abel Tasman Coastal Track

Abel Tasman Coastal Track is one of the nine New Zealand Great Walks. With lush, green hills that rise out of the sea, it is easy to see why many hikers come to experience this special landscape. Hugging the coastline of the Abel Tasman National Park for 60 kilometres, this protected area is rich ...
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Annapurna Circuit Trek

Annapurna Circuit is a long-distance trek through the mountain ranges of Central Nepal. Annapurna Circuit has often been voted as the best long distance trek in the world, crossing two different river valleys and encircles the Annapurna Massif. Annapurna is a massif (a compact group of mountains) ...
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Appalachian Trail

The Appalachian Trail, abbreviated to AT, is one of the most famous long-distance footpaths in the world and the Trail Conservancy describes it as the longest hiking-only trail in existence. Stretching over 3,500 kilometres from Georgia all the way to Maine, the route passes through 14 states and ...
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Arran Coastal Way

The Arran Coastal Way is a long-distance trail that traverses the coastline of Arran in Scotland. Formally opened in 2003, the route was designated as one of Scotland’s Great Trails in June 2017, recognising its amazing wildlife and scenery. The Arran Coastal Way offers walkers a challenging ...
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Ben Nevis Walk

In the northwest Highlands of Scotland, and part of the Grampian Mountain range, lies the UK’s tallest mountain – Ben Nevis. At a lofty 1,345 metres tall, this ancient giant of the land towers over everything that surrounds it, including nearby town of Fort William. Although 1,345 metres ...
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Berg Lake Trail

The Berg Lake Trail is a stunning hiking route in British Columbia, Canada. Nestled amongst the Canadian Rocky Mountains, this trail is an out-and-back hike that hugs the base of the highest peak, Mount Robson. Mount Robson Provincial Park is the starting point for this 42 kilometre trail. With ...
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Bibbulmun Track

The Bibbulmun Track is a long distance hiking route in Western Australia, named after the Bibbulmun Noongar, an aboriginal tribe that walked long distances for ceremonies. Stretching for a 1000 kilometres from Kalamunda, near Perth, to the historic town of Albany, this epic trail leads through some ...
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Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago is a network of pilgrims’ ways that lead to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Legend has it that the remains of the saint are buried here, enticing many to follow the Camino routes ...
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Cape to Cape Track

The Cape to Cape Track in a long distance trail in south-west Australia, and runs along the coast from the lighthouse at Cape Naturaliste to the lighthouse at Cape Leeuwin. The area is known as the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, and hikers come for the amazing natural beauty of sea, beaches and ...
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Chilkoot Trail

The Chilkoot Trail begins in Alaska, North America and crosses over the border to British Columbia, Canada. This famous hiking route has a rich history of the Klondike gold rush of the late 1890s, and shows you a glimpse of what life was like for people there. There are artefacts from the period ...
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Choquequirao Trek

The Choquequirao Trek is an Inca trail located in the Apurimac valleys of the Andes, Peru. It is approximately a 58 kilometre return route, depending on which trail you take. It can also be part of a route onwards to Machu Picchu. Choquequirao is an ancient Incan city. Larger than Machu Picchu, ...
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Cleveland Way

The Cleveland Way is a National Trail that stretches 175 kilometres through the changing landscapes and scenery from Helmsley, on the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park, to Filey on the east coast. Officially opened in 1969, it was the second official National Trail of England and ...
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Coast to Coast Walk

The Coast to Coast in an unofficial route, originally described by Alfred Wainwright in his 1973 book ‘A Coast to Coast Walk’. The book has been revised numerous times with updates to the recommended route. Much like it says on the tin, it starts on the western coast of England and ...
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Continental Divide Trail

A ‘Continental Divide’ is the point of high ground on a continent, from which water sheds one direction to the sea on one side, and the other direction to the sea on the other. The continental divide runs along the heart of the Rocky Mountains from Alaska, through Canada, and down through the ...
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Cordillera Huayhuash Circuit Trek

The Cordillera Huayhuash Circuit Trek is a route that many keen hikers dream of. Located in the pristine alpine environment of the Andes, Peru, the trek sees some of the most impressive peaks, glacial lakes and remote Andean communities. The Cordillera Huayhuash is a 30 kilometre mountain range, ...
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Cotswold Way

The Cotswold Way is a popular National Trail in England that that runs along length of the Cotswolds, starting in Chipping Campden in the north and finishing at Bath Abbey in the south. The area is renowned as an area of outstanding natural beauty, with visitors coming from across ...
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Cumbria Way

The Cumbria Way is a long-distance footpath in Cumbria that falls largely within the boundaries of the Lake District National Park. This popular route crosses through various quaint villages and meanders across the Langdale and Borrowdale valleys, attracting walkers from across the UK. Originally ...
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Dales Way

The Dales Way is a long-distance footpath that stretches almost 130 kilometres across the north of England from Ilkley in West Yorkshire to Bowness-on-Windermere in Cumbria. Originally devised by the West Riding Ramblers’ Association in1968, the path mostly follows riverside paths and ...
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Dana to Petra Trek

Located in Jordan, in the Middle East, the Dana to Petra trek is a 73 kilometre hike through an ancient desert landscape, finishing at the historic city of Petra. Part of The Jordan Trail, which spans the length of the country, the Dana to Petra trek is noted in the National Geographic magazine as ...
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Dolomites Trek

The Dolomites are a group of mountains in the northern Italian Alps, bounded by the valleys of the Isarco, the Pusteria, the Piave, the Brenta and the Adige. In 2009 they were named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in recognition of their outstanding beauty with unrivalled landscapes, sheer cliffs ...
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Drakensberg Grand Traverse

Drakensberg Grand Traverse is a challenging trek, beginning in the Royal Natal National Park, Phuthaditjhaba, South Africa. The hike mostly travels along the Drakensberg escarpment, a towering cliff face of majestic proportions. The path follows the escarpment, which forms the border between South ...
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East Coast Trail

The East Coast Trail is in the Canadian provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is a series of wilderness routes that amount to around 300 kilometres in total and circumnavigates the Avalon Peninsular. Beginning in Topsail Beach, this coastal route currently finishes at Cappahayden and takes you ...
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Eiger Summit Trek

The Eiger – which translates as the Ogre – is part of a famous trio of mountains in south-central Switzerland that also includes the Jungfrau and Mönch. Towering almost 4,000 metres above sea level, it is one of the most famous mountaineering destinations in the Bernese Oberland as ...
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El Capitan Climb

El Capitan, also known as El Cap, is a vertical rock formation in Yosemite National Park, located on the North side of Yosemite Valley, near its western end. The granite rock face is about 3,000 feet (914 metres) from base to summit along its tallest face, and is a popular objective for rock ...
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El Capitan Trail

El Capitan, also known as El Cap, is a vertical rock formation in Yosemite National Park, located on the North side of Yosemite Valley, near its western end. The granite rock face is about 3,000 feet (914 metres) from base to summit along its tallest face, and is a popular objective for rock ...
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Everest Base Camp Trek

Mount Everest, known in Nepali as Sagarmatha, is the highest mountain above sea level in the world. Everest was given its official English name by the Royal Geographical Society, after Sir George Everest, the British Surveyor General of India. The mountain is located on the border between Tibet and ...
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Everest Summit Trek

Mount Everest, known in Nepali as Sagarmatha, is the highest mountain above sea level in the world. Everest was given its official English name by the Royal Geographical Society, after Sir George Everest, the British Surveyor General of India. The mountain is located on the border between Tibet and ...
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Fife Coastal Path

The Fife Coastal Path stretches 187 kilometres along the coastline of the Fife peninsula around the Firth of Forth, the North Sea coast and the Firth of Tay. When it was first opened in 2003, this long-distance route stretched from North Queensferry (near Edinburgh) to Newport-on-Tay (near Dundee) ...
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Fitz Roy Trek

If you want an exciting adventure amongst some of the most iconic mountains in Patagonia, then the Fitz Roy trek is not to be missed. Jagged, snow-capped peaks rise up sharply, reaching over 3000 metres elevation and creating an awesome landscape. It’s no wonder that this is a haven for hikers ...
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GR20 Trek in Corsica

The GR20, known locally as Fra li monti, is an advanced trail along the jagged spine of Corsica’s mountainous centre. The route is a GR footpath that crosses the Mediterranean island from north to south and is often described as one of the top trails in the world. GR stands for Grande Randonnée ...
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Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim Trek

The Rim-to-Rim trek is a legendary 71 kilometre round trip from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon to the South Rim, and back again. It can also be hiked one way, at an approximate distance of 35 km. Hiking one way can be done in a day for extremely athletic hikers, but it is better to split the ...
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Great Glen Way

The Great Glen Way is a path the sees some of the most spectacular scenery the Highlands of Scotland has to offer, and is one of Scotland’s Great Trails group of long distance walks. Great Glen Way is made up of four impressive lochs that are connected by the Caledonian Canal, creating a waterway ...
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Great Himalaya Trail - High Route

Without a doubt, Nepal’s Great Himalaya Trail (GHT) presents the opportunity of a lifetime. One of the longest and highest footpaths on earth, and likely the most dramatic, it traverses the entirety of Nepal from east to west with views of the worlds highest mountain peaks before continuing on ...
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Great Himalaya Trail - Low Route

Without a doubt, Nepal’s Great Himalaya Trail presents the opportunity of a lifetime. One of the longest and highest footpaths on earth, and likely the most dramatic, it traverses the entirety of Nepal from east to west with views of the worlds highest mountain peaks before continuing on over the ...
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Great Ocean Walk

The Great Ocean Walk is situated along Victoria’s South West Coast, Australia. It begins at Apollo Bay and follows the coastline to Twelve Apostles, near Princeton. Along the 104 kilometre route you will see some great scenery and natural habitats, including magnificent forests, dramatic cliffs, ...
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Great Wall Walk

Winding its way along over a staggering 8,046 kilometres, the Great Wall of China needs little in the way of introduction. It’s long, seriously long – it would take around 18 months to walk its entire length. Listed as one of the great wonders of the world, the Great Wall of China is a ...
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Hadrian's Wall Walk

Hadrian’s Wall was constructed by 15,000 Roman soldiers, starting in 122AD and serving as the northern frontier of the Roman empire. The original wall was 80 Roman miles (73 modern miles) long, with 80 small forts at each mile and six larger forts that served as armed cities. The wall took six ...
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Haute Route

The Haute Route is a cross-border route with several variations that runs from Chamonix in France to Zermatt in Switzerland. The reason it is not typically referenced as a trail is because it can be undertaken on foot or on skis. It was first completed as a summer mountaineering route in the mid ...
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Herriot Way

The Herriot Way is a circular route that runs through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Yorkshire Dales. Stretching 84 kilometres, walkers start and finish in Aysgarth but are treated to impressive valleys, high, open fells and heather-clad moorland along the way. The route also skirts ...
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Highline Trail

The Highline Trail is a hiking route in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. This popular hike has stunning scenery of geological interest, as it follows a continental divide that rises up as a sheer wall of rock, known as The Garden Wall. An out and back hike with several options for length, the ...
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Inca Trail

Machu Picchu is a set of Incan ruins nestled amongst the mountains in Peru in South America. This picturesque destination was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 and in 2007 was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Standing atop a 2,500 metre mountain ridge in the Cusco Region ...
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Indus Valley Trek

The Indus Valley trek is one of the most popular hiking routes in India. Located in the Himalaya Ladakh region, close to the borders of Pakistan, Afghanistan and China, the Indus Valley incorporates the regions of Leh, Skardu and vast glacial icefields that reach into China. Home to the Indus ...
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Isle of Wight Coastal Path

The Isle of Wight is an island located just five miles off the south coast of England. It is known for its beaches, Victorian seaside resorts, cliff tops and sea views. The Isle of Wight Coastal Path is a 108 kilometre route that takes you around the whole island, dipping inland at Thorness Bay and ...
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K2 Base Camp Trek

K2, also known as Mount Godwin-Austen or Chhogori, is located on the border between China and Pakistan. At 8,611 metres, it is the second highest mountain in the world, after Mount Everest and the is highest point of the Karakoram range. For those who want to tackle the toughest mountain on the ...
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K2 Summit Trek

At the end of May each year, as Everest closes down, another drama unfolds. Early June is the Karakorum season opening in Pakistan and China, when the world’s foremost climbers descend on the area  to climb the worlds toughest alpine peaks – the crown of which is K2. K2, also known as ...
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Kalalau Trail - Hawaii

The Kalalau Trail is a beautiful but often challenging path on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Recently reopened after a flood, it runs for 18 kilometres along the Nāpali Coast, from Ke’e Beach to Kalalau Beach, beginning in Ha’ena State Park crossing to Nāpali Cosat State Wilderness Park. This ...
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Kalaupapa Trail - Hawaii

The Kalaupapa Trail is in a remote area of Hawaii, USA. Located on the small Hawaiian Island of Molokai, once a colony for those with Leprosy, this area is now known as the Kalaupapa National Historic Park. Molokai is a quiet island, and you won’t find it set up for tourism. However, for many, ...
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Kungsleden Trek (The King’s Trail)

Kungsleden, or The King’s Trail, is a long distance hiking route that takes you through some of Sweden’s most beautiful alpine scenery in an area known as Swedish Lapland. If you like vast areas of forest, snow dusted mountains and glacial valleys, this magical hike is for you. Roughly a third ...
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Lady Anne’s Way

Lady Anne’s Way is a hiking route in the north of England, between Skipton and Penrith. The Clifford family owned many buildings along the path, such as towers and castles. This hiking route is named after Lady Anne Clifford, who was a key figure in the restoration of many of the buildings in the ...
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Lantau Trail

The Lantau Trail is a superb long-distance footpath in the southern half of the island of Lantau, Hong Kong. It opened in 1984, and is one of four long trails in Hong Kong. Although there are many modern attractions right on its doorstep, including Hong Kong’s Disneyland, Lantau is a quiet island ...
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Larapinta Trail

The Larapinta Trail is a long distance path in the Northern Territory, Australia. Stretching for 223 kilometres from east to west along the West MacDonnell Ranges, this trail offers some of the most spectacular bush-walking experiences. This is a well-marked route through stunning scenery of ...
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Lemosho Trek - Kilimanjaro

The Lemosho Trek is a newly developed route to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Africa. Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano with three rims. The summit at Uhuru Peak is the highest point in Africa where, at 5895 metres above sea level, you will be standing on top of the tallest, ...
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Lizard Coastal Walk

The Lizard Coastal Walk in Cornwall, is a trail that hugs the coastline at mainland Britain’s most southerly point, before cutting inland to create a circular walk. This National Trust walk is where you will enjoy dramatic scenery from clifftop paths, with expansive views of the ocean. Couple ...
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Long Trail

The Long Trail is a popular hiking route that travels the length of Vermont, USA, and finishes at the Canadian border near North Troy. Managed by the Green Mountain Club, the Long Trail is the oldest long distance footpath in the country, having been in operation since 1910. At 439 kilometres, this ...
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Lycian Way Walk

The Lycian Way in Turkey is one of the best long-distance hiking trails in the world. Stretching for 540 kilometres around Turkey’s southern coast, this trail offers diverse natural beauty and passes through many places of historical significance. Made up of old Roman roads, footpaths and ancient ...
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Matterhorn Summit Trek

There are few mountains in the world that are as instantly recognisable as the Matterhorn. Straddling the Swiss-Italian border, the Matterhorn (meaning “peak in the meadows” in German) is a 4,478 metre beast that has long been a bucket list destination for climbers. Though it is by no means the ...
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Milford Track

The Milford Track is a hiking track in New Zealand’s Fjordland National Park, South Island. One of the most popular long distance trails in New Zealand’s Great Walks, Milford Track boasts a stunning landscape that is unique to the area. Glorious mountains covered in rich rainforest create a ...
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Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji is Japan’s highest and most prominent mountain and is undoubtedly one of the worlds most picturesque mountains. Sitting roughly 100 kilometres west of the capital city of Tokyo, Mount Fuji and its snow capped summit draw in hikers seeking to obtain breathtaking views atop its peak and ...
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Mount Kilimanjaro Trek

Mount Kilimanjaro, known usually as just Kilimanjaro or Kili, is located in Tanzania on the East coast of Africa. Not only is it the highest mountain in Africa, with its summit about 4,900 metres (16,100 feet) from its base and 5,895 metres (19,341 feet) above sea level, but it is also a dormant ...
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Mount Snowdon Walk

Snowdon is the highest peak in both Wales and England at an elevation of over 1,000 metres. Located in Snowdonia National Park it also is the busiest mountain in Britain and the third most visited attraction in Wales. Last year it received 558,000 walkers and a further 140,000 people taking the ...
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Mount Toubkal Summit Trek

Mount Toubkal is North Africa’s highest mountain, located in the Atlas Mountain range, Morocco.  At 4167 metres, reaching this peak is an achievement for any keen hiker. The great thing about hiking this mountain, is that it is accessible. You don’t need to be an experienced mountaineer, just ...
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Napoleon Trail

The Napoleon Trail in Wallonia, Belgium, follows the historic route that Emperor Napoleon and his army travelled to meet opposing armies at the battle of Waterloo. A spectacular route for history lovers, you can follow in the footsteps of Napoleon and see history unfolding as he led his troops to ...
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North Downs Way

The North Downs Way National Trail is a long-distance path in southern England that runs almost 250 kilometres from Farnham to Dover. First opened in 1978 and now a popular National Trail, the path runs through the higher parts of the downland past Guildford, Dorking, Merstham, Otford and Rochester ...
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North Lakes Traverse

The North Lakes Traverse is a new on the hiking scenes and winds around the lakes of Ullswater, Thirlmere and Derwentwater, then ascends over the mountain passes that separate them. An unofficial route that was originally created by Mickledore, the trail takes in the best of Cumbria’s lakes, ...
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Northumberland Coast Path

The Northumberland Coast is well known for its dramatic castles, picturesque villages, stretching beaches, rolling dunes and rocky cliffs. The special qualities of this coastal landscape were recognised in 1958 when it was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Additionally, ...
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Otter Trail

The Otter Trail is a well-known hiking route in South Africa, and makes up part of another long-distance trail called the Garden Route. This 45 kilometre walk is where you will see the native forest of the Tsitsikamma National Park, views over the Indian Ocean, natural features like waterfalls, ...
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Overland Track

The Overland Track is an alpine trail that takes you through some of Australia’s most scenic wilderness. This Tasmanian Wilderness Heritage Area is a protected national park, and is somewhere where you can truly escape into nature. Beginning at Cradle Mountain, this path runs for 65 kilometres to ...
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Pacific Crest Trail

The Pacific Crest Trail, often abbreviated to PCT, is a long-distance hiking trail that runs along the west coast of the USA. It is America’s second longest trail, stretching 4,270 kilometres from Mexico to Canada through the states of California, Oregon, and Washington. The trail is divided into ...
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Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path

This is one of 15 National Trails in England and Wales and, as the name suggests, it combines two long-distance trails – Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path. The route starts in Suffolk at Knettishall Heath Country Park and follows the route of a Roman road to Holme-next-the-Sea on the ...
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Pembrokeshire Coast Path

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a National Trail in Pembrokeshire in southwest Wales. Running largely along the coast, it is part of the larger Wales Coast Path that stretches an impressive 1400 kilometres (870 miles) right around Wales. Established in 1970, it was the first National Trail in the ...
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Pennine Way

The Pennine Way is an historic walking trail that is known as ‘the backbone of England’. It runs centrally along the northern parts of England and into the borders of Scotland. A route that takes in the spectacular scenery of the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and the Pennine hills and ...
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Pilgrims’ Way

The Pilgrims Way is an ancient route that runs almost 200 kilometres between Winchester and Canterbury. The historic pilgrimage route finishes at Canterbury Cathedral in Kent, home of the shrine of St Thomas Becket. In the Middle Ages, Christians took pilgrimages to Jerusalem, Rome, Santiago de ...
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Queen Charlotte Track

The Queen Charlotte Track is 70 kilometres of stunning natural landscape, located in Marlborough Sounds, South Island, New Zealand. Marlbrough sounds is an area of outstanding beauty, being a collection of ancient river valleys that now make up a vast route of shoreline inlets and coastlines. The ...
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Rakiura Track

The Rakiura Track is one of New Zealand’s Great Walks. Located in the Rakiura National Park, Stewart Island, this is a trek that is further off the tourist trail than other walks in the country. Stewart Island is the third largest island of New Zealand, and is 30 kilometres south of South Island. ...
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Rob Roy Way

Rob Roy Way is a trekking route in the southern highlands of Scotland, stretching from Drymen near the Trossachs National Park, to Pitlochry in Perth and Kinross. The path is one of Scotland’s Great Trails, and named after the 18th century Scottish outlaw, Rob Roy MacGregor, who used these tracks ...
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Rocky Mountains

Rocky Mountain National Park is found in Colorado and spans the Continental Divide, encompassing 670 square kilometres of spectacular mountain environments. The National Park was established in 1915 and is governed by the USA’s National Park Service. Flanked by the towns of Estes Park to the east ...
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Route of Parks

The Route of Parks is a hiking route in Chile that connects 17 of the most iconic national parks and protected ecological areas. Stretching for 2800 kilometres from Puerto Montt to Cape Horn, this long-distance hiking trail takes you through some of the most beautiful places in Chile. It ...
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Routeburn Track

The Routeburn Track is a trekking trail steeped in outstanding natural beauty, located at South Island, New Zealand, near to the iconic Milford Sound. The shortest of New Zealand’s Great Walks, the Routeburn Track is a well-known trail that is popular with many hikers. This 32 kilometre routes ...
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Santa Cruz Trek

Santa Cruz Trek is a route through the Cordillera Blanca mountain range, part of the iconic Andes, in Peru. Beginning in Vaquería and finishing in Cashapampa, the Santa Cruz Trek take you through the stunning scenery of the Huascarán National Park. The path runs for 50 kilometres through valleys, ...
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Scafell Pike Walk

Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England, with its summit towering above the local area at 978 metres high. On a very clear day, visitors can look out to summits in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man, as well as various nearby peaks. Not only is it the country’s highest ...
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Scottish National Trail

The Scottish National Trail is an unofficial route that runs the length of Scotland. Devised by outdoors writer and broadcaster Cameron McNeish, the hike links many of Scotland’s existing long-distance trails together to create one mammoth challenge. McNeish was inspired to launch the trail after ...
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Sheltowee Trace Trail

The Sheltowee Trace trail is a point-to point route that runs between the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area in Tennessee, to The Northern Terminus, Rowan County in the north-west of Kentucky. Much of the trail is in the Daniel Boone National Forest. Daniel Boon was captured and then ...
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Silver Trail

The Silver Trail is a route in Mexico, once used to take supplies to and from the silver mining village of Batopilas. This area is also known as The Copper Canyon, and is made up of six deep canyons cut out by glaciers. At 103 kilometres long, running from Carichic to Batopilas, this stunning hike ...
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South Downs Way

The South Downs Way a long-distance trail that stretches 160km across the South of England from the ancient cathedral city of Winchester in the West, through to the white chalky cliffs of the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head at Eastbourne in the East. It is one of 16 national trails in England and ...
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South West Coast Path

The South West Coast Path is England’s longest way-marked footpath, stretching 1,013 kilometres  from Minehead in Somerset, along the coasts of Devon and Cornwall, to Poole Harbour in Dorset. This National Trail actually originated as a route for the coastguard to walk from lighthouse to ...
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Southern Upland Way

The Southern Upland Way is a long-distance hiking route that takes you through some of the most stunning scenery of Southern Scotland. One of Scotland’s Great Trails, this coast-to-coast route crosses the country from east to west. At 344 kilometres in length, completing the route is a challenge ...
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Sydney Great Coastal Walk

The Sydney Great Coastal Walk is in New South Wales, Australia. It takes you around the coastline from Barrenjoey to the north of the city, to Cronulla. When you think of hiking trails, Sydney might not be the first place that comes to mind. Yet, with kilometres of beautiful coastline, white sandy ...
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Te Araroa Trail

New Zealand’s landscape is one of the most varied in the world, offering a huge range of multi-day hikes throughout the country. The only way to see it all is to take on Te Araroa Trail! Opened in 2011 and stretching 3,000 kilometres from the top of the North Island to the bottom of the South ...
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Thames Path

The Thames Path follows one of England’s most famous rivers, the Thames, from its source to its mouth. This National Trail path begins in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds and stretches for 294 kilometres through Oxford and London, to the Thames Barrier, Woolwich. A walk that has something for ...
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Three Peaks Challenge

Anyone partial to the call of the wild should be familiar with Britain’s Three Peaks Challenge. The National Three Peaks Challenge is an event in which participants attempt to climb the highest mountains of England, Scotland and Wales within a 24-hour period. Often confused with the Yorkshire ...
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Tongariro Alpine Crossing

Tongariro National Park is New Zealand’s oldest national park and a dual World Heritage Site. A complex geographical history and unique landforms within the park, including the volcanic peaks of Ngauruhoe, Tongariro and Ruapehu, contribute to the impressive views from the Tongariro Alpine ...
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Torres del Paine Trek

Torres del Paine is a national park in southern Chile that covers almost 2,000 square kilometres of the Patagonia region. The area is known for its soaring mountains, huge icebergs, pearly glaciers and grasslands that are home to rare wildlife. The park takes its name ‘Torres’ from the massive ...
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Tour du Mont Blanc

The Alps are one of the largest and highest mountain ranges in the world, stretching 1,200 kilometres across eight different countries: France, Monaco, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, Austria and Slovenia. Most ranges within the Alps lie entirely within one of these countries but the ...
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Trekking in the French Alps

The French Alps, as the name would suggest, are the parts of the Alps mountain range that lie within France. Located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur regions, this range has some of the best and most densely located peaks in Europe. Not only are they one of the ...
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Trekking The Lake District

The Lake District, often abbreviated to ‘the Lakes’ or ‘Lakeland’, is a mountainous region in North West England. Famous for its lakes, forests and mountains (known locally as fells), it is a popular holiday destination and a Mecca for trekkers and outdoor explorers. It has been made famous ...
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Wales Coast Path

Beginning near the Dee Estuary on the Welsh-English border and stretching 1,400 kilometres, the Wales Coast Path (or Llwybr Arfordir Cymru) offers unbroken and breathtakingly-beautiful walking around the entire Welsh coast. In fact, Wales is the only country in the world to have a continuous ...
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Walk Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza is a Mayan archeological site located in the eastern part of the state of Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. With over one million visitors year it is it one of the most visited archaeological sites in the country. In 1988 it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and in 2007 it was voted in ...
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Walk The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a picture-perfect stretch of coastline in southern Italy that has everything from colourful cliffside towns to green mountains that plunge down into the Mediterranean sea. Popular with tourists from around the world, including Hollywood celebrities and royalty, the region brings ...
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West Coast Trail

The West Coast Trail, or WCT, is located on the remote, west coast of Vancouver Island in Canada. A bucket-lister for hikers from all over the world, the trail has an unusual history. As ship traffic increased in the late 1800s, so did the number of shipwrecks off the treacherous west coast of ...
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West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is a long distance trail in Scotland running from Milngavie, North of Glasgow, to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands and includes an element of hill walking. The trail opened in 1980 and was Scotland’s first officially designated Long Distance Route and has now been ...
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Yorkshire Three Peaks

The ‘Yorkshire Three Peaks’ is a collective term that encompasses the mountains of Whernside (736 metres), Ingleborough (723 metres) and Pen-y-ghent (694 metres). The peaks, which form part of the Pennine range, are found in the Yorkshire Dales National Park in the North of England. The ...
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Yorkshire Wolds Way

The Yorkshire Wolds Way is a 127-kilometre National Trail that traverses the chalk landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds. A popular introduction to long-distance walking, the route winds through some of the most tranquil and gentle countryside in England. The area straddles North Yorkshire and the East ...
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Yosemite Grand Traverse

Located in Central California, Yosemite National Park was designated a World Heritage site in 1984. The park is famous for its massive granite faces, valleys, waterfalls and giant sequoia trees and is visited by roughly 4 million people each year. The key attraction that pulls in tourists is the ...
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