Here Are Some Of The World’s Longest Hiking Trails

Check out some of the world’s longest hiking trails.

Outdoor adventure seekers looking to reconnect with nature may just enjoy hiking some of the world’s longest trails. Hiking is a great way to explore some amazing places on our planet. Before you head out on one of these trails, make sure to do a little research, plan and prepare well. Here are some of the longest hiking trails you can explore across the globe.

Hokkaido Nature Trail

Hokkaido Nature Trail is the longest natural trail in Japan, combining the trails of Hokkaido into one large loop. It is said that it will take up to 230 days to complete the loop. It is reportedly 4585 KILOMETERS.  The landscapes are breathtaking and you can expect to see glaciers, forests and gorgeous lakes.

The Great Trail, Canada

The Great Trail, formerly known as the Trans Canada Trail, in Canada has links to numerous pathways all over the country, from St. John’s in Newfoundland to Vancouver, British Columbia. It is about 24,000 kilometers long. It is a great way to see Canada for outdoor lovers on a long holiday.

The American Discovery Trail

The American Discovery Trail in the United States is the country’s first and longest trail that is non-motorized coast-to-coast. It is approximately 10,944 kilometers. Hikers can cross through Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, and Nevada before making their way to California.

The Continental Divide Trail

The Continental Divide Trail is 5000 kilometers that goes through the United States from Montana to New Mexico. It can take up to five months to complete and is said to be challenging. It is rugged and is unsuitable for mountain bikers and horseback riders. If you are up for a challenge, make sure you are prepared and do your research before you attempt this journey.

England Coast Path

England Coast Path  is a proposed long-distance trail that is around 4500 KILOMETERS stretches of cliffs, farmland, moors, beaches, and harbours. It is an ideal place to enjoy nature and to rediscover the simple pleasures of life.

The Grand Italian Trail

The Grand Italian Trail, also known as Sentiero Italia, is something to explore. The trail is about 7170 kilometers and is mostly mountainous. It winds through the Alpine Arc and the Apennine Chain. Eventually, you will land in Sicily before you complete your trip at Sardinia.

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