20 Amazing Hikes Around The Globe

4. England – Saints’ Way

This 28-mile trek in Cornwall was used by Christians traveling from Ireland and Wales on their way to the European mainland. It goes from Padstow to Fowey.

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5. Spain – Camino de Santiago

A classic pilgrimage for those looking for spiritual growth. The original route starts in Oviedo and ends in Santiago de Compostela.

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6. Peru – Inca Trail

Taking four to five days, this trek is roughly 55 miles long and the one used to get to Machu Picchu. Make sure you acclimatize so you don’t get altitude sickness.

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