The John Muir Trail

Yosemite, USA, 21mi / 34km

The John Muir Trail (JMT) is a renowned long-distance hiking trail named after John Muir, a famous naturalist, conservationist, and advocate for the preservation of wilderness areas. The trail offers stunning vistas of granite peaks, glacier-carved valleys, and crystal-clear alpine lakes. The trail lies almost entirely at or above 8,000 ft (2,400 m) in elevation. It's one of the most famous and popular trails in America, and a great way to experience the beauty and diversity of the Sierra Nevada.


Everest Base Camp Trek

Himalaya, Nepal, 32mi / 51km

The Everest Base Camp trek is a high-altitude trek in the mountains of Nepal that takes you to the foot of Mount Everest. The trek starts at Lukla, a small town with an airport that connects to Kathmandu. It reaches its highest point at Kala Patthar, a viewpoint at 5,640 m (18,500 ft). This trek is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will challenge you physically and mentally, but reward you with unforgettable memories and views of the world’s highest mountain.



Hardangervidda, Norway, 7mi / 11km

Trolltunga (“troll tongue”) is no doubt one of the most spectacular cliffs in Norway, situated about 1,100 m (3,610 ft) above sea level and hovering some 700 m (2,290 ft) above Lake Ringedalsvatnet. The hike to Trolltunga is very challenging, going through rough terrain. The round-trip distance with an 800m (2,625 ft) gain in elevation takes around 10-12 hours. In later years there have been up to 40 rescue actions annually. Surprisingly not because of the dangerous cliff, but due to the demanding hike back to Tyssedal. People get lost in fog or get injured during the hike or don't have the endurance for such a demanding hike.




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