The World’s Best Hikes, Treks And Climbs
There’s nothing better than hiking to explore nature’s free wonders and hidden treats. Hikers get a bird’s eye view of natural beauty far from the blur of speed tours. Here’s a list of a few places that are sure to delight all outdoor adventurers.
Sweden’s legendary 275-mile Kings Trail is both exciting and picturesque and is a great representation of the last great wilderness in Europe. This amazing trail penetrates the Arctic landscape of Sweden through big glaciers, open tundra and birch forests. The highest peak is Mount Kebnekaise at 6,926 feet. Along the way, there are comfortable huts for refuge from bad weather and sturdy suspension bridges crossing big rivers. Hikers can opt to take the 65-mile trail from Abisko Mountain Station to the Saami Village of Nikkaluokta. The round trip journey typically takes three to five days. Although this route can be done in either direction, it’s best to do it from north to south. This way, you can keep warm with the sun shining on your face.
3 words for you – Red. River. Gorge.
Within Daniel Boone National Forest, Muir Valley, Pendergrass-Murray Recreational Preserve and Miller Fork Recreational Preserve there are more than 3000 routes, with grades from 5.4 to 5.14 all levels are catered for when Red River Gorge climbing.
Named after the pretty unassuming river, “The Red” as it’s affectionately referred to is found in the east of Kentucky Fly into Lexington, the nearest big city and you’ve almost reached the climbing Mecca of the East. There is an endless supply of sandstone walls waiting to be discovered by American, and non-American climbers alike. And if Kentucky hadn’t been on your climbing radar (boooo!) you may be surprised to hear that the caves here hold, perhaps, the best single pitch routes in the whole of the US of A. Red River Gorge really is a gift to climbers.
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Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal/China
The best time to hike the Everest Base Camp Trek is during March or April. This pre-monsoon period features all the colourful rhododendrons in full bloom and plenty of climber action. Using guides services with cooks, porters and Sherpa guides adds to the experience. From the Lukla to Everest Base Camp, the round-trip trip is 70 miles and takes about fifteen days. Along the high mountain journey, you’ll be privy to the highest peaks on the planet, including Lhotse Sar, Lhotse and Everest. Passing monasteries, friendly villages and the polyglot scene, you’ll be immersed in Buddhist culture. It’s best to go slow on the way up, as you need time to acclimatize. Trekking into Everest in ten days and trekking out in five is the perfect way to savour the experience.
Fitz Roy Trek, Patagonia, Argentina
The El Chalten to Laguna Torre to Poincenot Camp to Laguna Electrico trek takes about four to seven days and is 36 miles round-trip. From February to March, you can avoid the crowds and enjoy the stable climate when the Patagonian winds are less active. You’ll pass the famous Fitz Roy Massif, where the peaks of Poincenot St. Exupery rise out of the steppes like a magnificent vision. Trekking through the Los Glaciares National Park, you’ll pass thunderous waterfalls, glaciers, open plains and spooky beech forests. To enjoy the full impact of sunrise on the Fitz Roy Massif, hike in the predawn hours.
Adventure Jordan with a 50-mile route through the peaks, mountains and deserts. The Petra trail is 50 miles round-trip and takes about seven days. The best time to venture this trail is from October through April, when the desert temperatures are a bit cooler. An ancient stairway with carved red rock leads to the world-renowned Monastery. From the ancient city of Dana, the trail leads to the expansive Wadi Araba before ascending into the Sharah Mountains past iconic oasis. As you enter Petra, the mystical qualities of the Red Rose City are impressive.
Venturing the natural wonders of the world is always exciting and fun. However, it’s wise to realize the possible potential of minor or serious injury while hiking. Having the right travel insurance is sure to give you peace of mind in the event of an unexpected accident.
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