20 Amazing Hikes Around The Globe

7. USA – Pacific Crest Trail

If you’ve watched the movie Wild, then you know what you’re up against. The trek is 2,659 miles long and if you’d like to walk all its length, it might take you over half a year to complete it!

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Mike Peters / Shutterstock.com

8. Nepal – Everest Base Camp

Another famous hike for those willing to see the highest mountain in the world up close. It takes around 15 days and you go as high as 5,364 meters above sea level.

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PlusONE / Shutterstock.com

9. Colombia – Ciudad Perdida

This trek to the Lost City can take four to six days and it’s a 46.6km round trip. It’s perfect for those who would like to feel like Indiana Jones.

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