Spotlight Hikes

12 Long Walks

The Great Divide Trail

The Great Split Trail runs for almost 1100 kilometers across the continental divide between Alberta and British Columbia, passing through the great wilderness of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It is one of the world’s most beautiful and difficult long-distance treks.

The Great Divide Trail isn’t often an actual trail, and it’s sometimes just a wilderness pathway, but it inspires modern-day adventurers to follow in the footsteps of the area’s first Indigenous people and explorers. The Great Divide Trail promises to be challenging, but it will also provide you with a unique wilderness experience in one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes.

The Sierra High route

The Sierra High Route is a 195-mile (314-kilometer) cross-country hiking trail that runs through the Sierra Nevada. It was Steve Roper who scouted it and wrote about it in his book Sierra High Route: Traversing Timberline Country.

International Appalachian trail

The trail runs starting west Donegal (Republic of Ireland) to Larne, Co. Antrim in Northern Ireland. It passes through the wide-open spaces of the Sperrins and across the magnificent Glens of Antrim.

The path, which spans 279 miles, brings walkers through some spectacularly different landscapes and can be completed in phases or enjoyed as part of a day walk.

 The Southeastern Serpentine Trail

Itis a 583 mile trek through the southern part of the Appalachian mountains

The Florida Trail 

It is one of eleven National Scenic Trails in the United States. It currently runs 1,000 miles, with 300 miles planned, from Big Cypress National Preserve to Fort Pickens.

Ouachita National Recreation Trail

It is a 223-mile long, continuous hiking trail through the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas. It is the longest backpacking trail in the Ouachita National Forest, spanning 192 miles across its length.

Horseshoe Bend

It is situated 5 miles (8 km) from the Glen Canyon Dam.

The Appalachian National Scenic Trail

It is sometimes known as the Appalachian Trail or simply the A.T., is a defined hiking trail that runs from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine in the Eastern United States.

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