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Top ten hiking plans to make around the world corners

 

Hiking is an adventure that is loved by people of all age. One needs to be physically fit to go for trekking in most of the mountains and other landforms in this world. Choosing the top ten best hiking spots is a tough selection as there are so many of them. 
Following are the best ones that an individual should never miss out
 

1. Kungsleden located 5.0 

Kungsleden located

2. Grindenwald 5.0 

 

Grindelwald comes under the administrative district of Interlaken-Oberhasli. It is present 1034 meters above sea level. It takes around 3 to 4 days to ride up and down 10 miles and take a round trip. High summer is the best time for hiking until the end of September. The ride will include the beautiful Bernese Oberland and the valley of Grindelwald and Eiger.
 

3. Grand Canyon Hike

Grand Canyon Hike

 

The Grand Canyon is the largest land formation on Earth that has the Colorado River running between its feet. The trip takes around 5 to 6 days and the best time for the hiking is November or March as the crowd remains less during this time of the year. The Hualapai Tribal Nation, Grand Canyon National Park, and the Havasupai Tribe look after its maintenance.

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New Zealand comprises of the mountainous island and to no surprise offers the best hiking experience. One has to cover approximately 32 kilometers and it will take him or her 4 days. The Routeburn track in the South of New Zealand is renowned for hiking. There are four huts for shelter along this Great walk maintained by the Conservation Department of New Zealand. Fiordland National Parks and Mount Aspiring National Park overlap each other with a common border at Harris Saddle. 
 

5. Nepal’s Everest Base Camp Trek 4.9 

 

This famous hiking trek is present in Khumbu of Nepal. It is best known for the friendly inhabitants, that is the Sherpas and the mighty peaks of the mountains. March and April are the best time for the visit and a round trip requires covering 70 miles and time has taken is approximately 16 days. Travelers can see the highest peaks in the world, the Lhotse Sar, the Everest, and the Lhotse.  
 

6. Zion Narrows

Zion Narrows

 

This is a part of the Canyon and is a premier hiking spot on the Plateau of Colorado. It is in the South-western part of America. The hiking is to be done through the narrows of Zion and the volcanic landscape of Tongariro. Even though this hiking is unparalleled to any other still it can be very dangerous during rains and hence must be avoided in rainy weather.
 

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7. Fitz Roy Trek 5.0 

Fitz Roy Trek

 

The Fitz Roy Trek is the largest non-polar ice cap located at the tip of Parque Nacional Los Glaciers. One requires 6 to 7 days to take a round trip for covering 36 miles. February and March are the most crowded time of the year for this trek. 
 

8. Petra 5.0 

Petra

 

This is a mind blowing 7 days trip that covers 50 miles through the mountain peaks of Jordan and deserts. The hiking is justified after one views the scenic beauty of the place. October to April is the perfect time of visit as the temperature is all time low during these months. 




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9. Tonquin Valley

Tonquin Valley

 

This hiking valley is present in Jasper National Park in Canada. The route covers 27 miles and requires nearly 5 days to get covered. July, August, and September are the best months to visit this place. The sunrise lights up the Ramparts and its reflections fall in the Amethyst Lake a scenery worth watching. The hiking makes sure that an individual covers the amazing Astoria River and the McCarib Pass and the lovely landscape on the way.
 

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10. Mountains of the Moon

Mountains of the Moon

 

The Rwenzori Mountains or the more common name Mountains of the Moon is a mountain range present in the heart of Africa. It is exactly on the border of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda. It is at the height of 5109 feet. The Mount Rwenzoris remain snow-capped in every season. December to March is the best time to visit the place as it is dry here during this time. It takes around 7 days to cover the complete route and back. 
 




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