20 Amazing Hikes Around The Globe

13. Iceland – Laugavegur Trail

This four-day hike will take you from Landmannalaugar to the Thorsmork as you marvel at red and green mountains, glaciers and waterfalls.

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14. Mexico – Copper Canyon

Did you know Copper Canyon is actually the deepest canyon in North America? With a depth of more than 5,500 feet, the 38-mile loop trek takes about eight days to complete.

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Fiona Young-Brown / Shutterstock.com

15. Vietnam – Sapa

If what you’re looking for is lush green mountains, plenty of rice paddies and powerful waterfalls, then please head to Sapa! There are several different treks to choose from.

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