The world is filled with beautiful places that are just begging to be explored. Hiking is one of the best ways to become one with nature. You get to see everything it has to offer plus it’s also good for your heart and lungs.
Walking Around the World
If you’re the type of person who enjoys a lot of hiking and being surrounded by nature, then part of your bucket list should include the best places to go hiking all over the world. With the many mountains and trails around the world, you will never be bored, and you can even learn a thing or two about the terrain. Here are a few places to put on your hiking bucket list.
Inca Trail (Peru)
The Inca Trail is a four-day hike that ends up in Machu Picchu. The walk itself takes four days to complete, and you can explore ruins, jungles, and take in the beautiful scenery you otherwise would never have seen. The best time to take on this trail is from May to September, where you will be guaranteed clear skies all throughout.
The Torres del Paine “W” Circuit (Chile)
Named aptly for the shape of the trail you will be taking, the Torres del Paine Circuit is about 37-50 miles long and could take you between 4 to 6 days to complete. Through your hike, you can see volcanic peaks, glaciers and even lakes along the way that will make for great photos. If you’re planning to take his walk in Chile, it’s peak season is from October to April.
Appalachian Trail (USA)
Ever wanted to walk through 14 states in the US? Then you might want to try out the Appalachian Trail. With a distance of up to 2, 180 miles with a 5-7-month completion time, it is one of the most extended hikes you will take, and you will need to prepare for it. The trail will start in Georgia and will end in Maine. Just imagine the things you can see along the way.
With a height of roughly 19, 340 feet, Mt. Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest peak. The challenging climbing routes will be a test of your strength and patience, with the fantastic landscape as your reward. But if you plan to take on this one-week hike, it’s always best to hire a guide to ensure that you’re on the right track.
The Kungsleden, or “The King’s Trail” in English is a 275-mile hike. But if you don’t feel like investing that much time on a walk, you can always take the 65-mile route. It won’t be as long as the first one, but it will still give you a glimpse of the Arctic landscape. You also get to see the open tundra, big glaciers and even have a chance to check out Mount Kebnekaise, the highest point in Sweden.
Tonquin Valley (Canada)
Located within Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada, the Tonquin Valley that features two Amethyst Lakes. The trek typically lasts from 3 to 5 days, depending if you want to check out the other side quests along the way. Enjoy the sceneries and wildlife along the way during your hike.
There are plenty of places to go hiking around the world, and they all take more than a day for you to appreciate what they have to offer the world. And with that said, you should add some of these places as part of your bucket list.
Once you’ve made the arrangements to fly to any of these places, book an airport parking space. Now, you can drive yourself to the airport and leave your vehicle as you catch your plane to your next great adventure.