Are you a hiking aficionado? One of your dreams is to do your thing in best hiking spots in the world, right? Well, these are the best spots.
If you love the great outdoors, hiking is one of the best ways to explore the landscape of a country. If you’re into adventure traveling, consider going on a hiking-based trip.
Want to plan an adventure trip but don’t know where to begin? We’ve got you covered. Here are five of the best hiking spots around the world.
The Everest Base Camp Trek is known as one of the best hiking spots in the world and with good reason. You get to see the highest summit on Earth up close and personal. The trail is roughly 80 miles and will take you between 2-3 weeks to finish this circular path.
During this trek, you’ll get to see amazing views of Everest, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu. You’ll also get to visit the Tengboche and Thami monasteries.
Don’t forget to visit plenty of villages along the ascent. You’ll get to know the Sherpa people and immerse yourself in their culture. Learn all about the wonderful beauty and history of Nepal.
Located on Kauai, this Hawaiian trail is a distance of 22 miles and will take you between 3-5 days. You’ll cross valleys and cliffs along the Na Pali coast. It offers amazing Pacific views, waterfalls that are 300 feet in height, and two beautiful beaches.
But you’ll need to plan your trip in advance. If you want to hike more than 2 miles, you’ll need a government permit. And the number of daily visitors is limited to 900, so get started early!
Mount Fuji is Japan’s tallest mountain. This volcano is a symbol of good luck and fortune.
According to WorldRoamer, all hiking trails are only guaranteed to be open during the summer (between July and September). At other times throughout the year, certain trails and huts will be closed.
There are four trails you can take to reach the summit:
- the Yoshida trail, which is about 1.4 miles,
- the Subashiri trail, which is about 1.25 miles,
- the Gotemba trail, which is about 1 mile,
- and the Fujinomiya trail, which is about 1.5 miles.
Once you reach the top, you can walk around the rim, which is a 2.5-mile trek. And make sure to visit Kengamine Peak, which is the highest point in the country!
Located in Patagonia, Chile, this national park has diverse landscapes and plenty of granite pillars. The most famous path is the W circuit. This circuit takes you to the base of the towers, up the Paine Massif, and through the Gray Glacier.
The entire journey is an 80-mile loop and takes about 10 days. This is another trek that requires a permit, so be sure to secure one in advance.
The entire Appalachian Trail is over 2,000 miles and is one of the best long-distance hikes in the entire world. It crosses 14 states, 2 national parks, and 8 national forests. Making the full trek will take you 5-7 months.
Of course, you don’t have to journey the whole trail to enjoy it. Many opt for the 72-mile section that crosses the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is a much more manageable 7-day hike.
Now you have some ideas to plan your next hiking trip! Choosing any one of these best hiking spots will give you an adventure you’ll never forget.
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