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The Best 7 World’s Thrilling Hiking Trails

Are you in search of a thrill-packed adventure for your upcoming holiday? You’ve arrived at the ideal destination. To transform your next outing into an extraordinary experience, we’ve compiled the ultimate guide to the world’s premier hiking trails. But, before you embark on this heart-throbbing escapade, anchor your experience with a stay in the ideal hotel accommodation, where comfort meets convenience, setting the stage for your adventure. Let’s begin!

1.     West Coast Trail Canada:

West Coast Trail, called the Dominion Lifesaving Trail, is a phenomenal 47 miles of rugged and challenging trail located on the West Coast of Vancouver Island, offering breathtaking Ocean views. This hike passes through a temperate forest right to the beaches of the West Coast. This trail is famous for 100s of man-made bridges and ladders beautiful beach campsites and lush rainforests plus it offers an epic step back into Vancouver Island and Pacific Coast history.

2.     Tour DU Mont Blanc, France, Italy, and Switzerland:

The Tour du Mont Blanc, or TMB, is a popular trek that surrounds the Mont Blanc Massif, the Alpine giant. Covering about 165 kilometers, the trail crosses through Switzerland, France, and Italy, offering trekkers a unique chance to experience the diverse regional cuisines. The route is dotted with spectacular mountain views, inviting stops at cozy Chamonix cafes, and visits to historical sites, including the impressive castles of the Aosta Valley in Italy.

3.     Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal:

For a more challenging hiking route, choose the Everest Base Camp trek. This impressive trail of EBC will lead you to the edge of the tallest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. For a short hiking experience opt for Everest base Camp Short Trek. You will be rewarded with the closest view of the world’s tallest peak glaciers and Himalayan ranges like Mahalangur Himal, Numbur Range, Rolwaling Hemal, and Khumbu Himal. To catch sight of Red Panda Himalayan black bears, and snow leopards, trek the Sagarmantha National Park.

4.     Kilimanjaro Climb, Tanzania:

Kilimanjaro, the towering giant of Tanzania, ranks as the highest mountain in Africa. It invites adventurers to ascend to the summit of Kilimanjaro, offering an unparalleled exploration experience. The mesmerizing views of the African Savannah and its surrounding landscapes will take your breath away, along with the rich diversity of wildlife. You’ll have the chance to see species such as the Olive Baboon, the African Elephant, the Eastern Black Rhinoceros, and the African Wild Dog.

5.     Glacier National Park, Montana USA:

This national park alone provides 700 miles of striking hiking trails, crisscrossing northern Montana that stretches up to almost 1 acre. Keep your eyes peeled for bighorn sheep, bears, and beavers, or climb up, around, and across the lofty mountains and freshwater streams. Each trail appeals to every skill person, including the Trail of Cedars. Moreover, professional hikers can get an adrenaline rush at Granite Park Chalet and Grinne Glacier.

6.     Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona USA:

The unbeatable combo of Arizona National Park’s unique climate and its immense size make for an unforgettable adventure, even for seasoned hikers. The rims of the Grand Canyon offer trails with various degrees of panoramic views and difficulty levels. You will come across frequented routes such as the Rim Trail and the Bright Angel Trail by the side of the canyon’s South Rim. To avoid crowds, drop at the North Rim to hike paths such as the difficult North Kaibab Trail. Moreover, you can relish breathtaking vistas of the canyons right from the comfort of nearby hotel rooms with their own private balcony!

7.     Appalachian Trail, Eastern United States:

The Appalachian Trail extends from Springer Mountain to Mount Katahdin, attracting thousands of hikers daily to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience. There are cascading waterfalls, rocky peaks, dense forests as well as historical sites like old mining towns and Civil War battlefields. With 2,200 miles of hiking trail across the rugged terrain, you will also witness diverse wildlife like bears, deer, and birds.

Summing it up, if you’re drawn to rugged cliffs, ancient forests, majestic volcanoes, and snow-covered peaks, it’s time to lace up your boots and embark on a journey through some of the most divine landscapes the world has to offer and to complement your adventure, make sure you opt for the perfect hotel options to make your journey seamless and worry-free!