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Where it all begins.
Pacific Crest Trail Blogs & Journals
The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a 2,650-mile national scenic trail that runs from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon and Washington. The PCT traverses 24 national forests, 37 wilderness areas and 7 national parks. The PCT passes through 6 out of 7 of North Americas ecozones.
Continental Divide Trail Blogs & Journals
The Continental Divide Trail is a national scenic trail that runs from Mexico to Canada via New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. This unfinished trail can potentially span up to 3,100 miles.
Appalachian Trail Blogs & Journals
The Appalachian Trail (A.T.) is more than 2,175-mile long footpath stretching through 14 eastern states from Maine to Georgia. Conceived in 1921 and first completed in 1937, it traverses the wild, scenic, wooded, pastoral, and culturally significant lands of the Appalachian Mountains.
John Muir Trail Blogs & Journals
The John Muir Trail passes through a land of 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks, of lakes in the thousands, and of canyons and granite cliffs. It's also a land blessed with the mildest, sunniest climate of any major mountain range in the world. The John Muir Trail is 211 miles long and runs (mostly in conjunction with the PCT) from Yosemite Valley to Mt Whitney, in California.
Other Trail Blogs & Journals
Other Trail is located off the beaten path, somewhere between the soles of your feet and your imagination.
Allegheny Trail Blogs & Journals
The Allegheny Trail is a 330-mile north-south trail whose northern terminus is on the Mason-Dixon Line at the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border near Bruceton Mills. It wends its way south until it meets the Appalachian Trail on Peters Mountain at the Virginia-West Virginia border.
Arizona Trail Blogs & Journals
The Arizona National Scenic Trail is a continuous, 800+ mile diverse and scenic trail across Arizona from Mexico to Utah. It links deserts, mountains, canyons, communities and people.
Great Divide Route Blogs & Journals
The Great Divide Mountain Bike Route (aka GDMBR) was created by the Adventure Cycling Association. At 2,711 miles, it's the longest mapped and published off-pavement bike route in the world. The route is generally ridden north to south, crossing the Continental Divide a total of 30 times.
Tahoe Rim Trail Blogs & Journals
The Tahoe Rim Trail is a 165-mile long-distance hiking trail which forms a loop around Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada and Carson ranges of California and Nevada in the United States.
Benton MacKaye Trail Blogs & Journals
The Benton MacKaye Trail or BMT is a footpath nearly 300 miles in length in the Appalachian Mountains in the southeastern United States and is blazed by a 5x7 white diamond.
Sierra High Route Blogs & Journals
The Sierra High Route is a cross-country hiking route, 195 miles long, through the Sierra Nevada. It was scouted by Steve Roper
Florida Trail Blogs & Journals
The Florida Trail is one of eleven National Scenic Trails in the United States currently running 1,000 miles, with a total of 1,300 miles planned, from Big Cypress National Preserve to Fort Pickens at Gulf Islands National Seashore, Pensacola Beach.
Colorado Trail Blogs & Journals
The Colorado Trail is a 486-mile long-distance trail running from the mouth of Waterton Canyon southwest of Denver to Durango in Colorado, United States. Its highest point is 13,271-foot above sea level, and most of the trail is above 10,000-foot.
Long Trail Blogs & Journals
The Long Trail is a hiking trail located in Vermont, running the length of the state. It is the oldest long-distance trail in the United States, constructed between 1910 and 1930 by the Green Mountain Club.
AZT to GDT Blogs & Journals
The AZT to GDT Route combines the Arizona National Scenic Trail, the Hayduke Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, and the Great Divide Trail to create a never-before-attempted 4,265 mile long hiking route. It begins along the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona, wanders the Colorado Plateau (one of the most remote areas in the lower 48) for hundreds of miles, then climbs onto the Continental Divide North Americas geologic backbone which it follows north until it reaches its northern terminus in British Columbia, over 700 miles beyond the U.S.-Canada border.
San Diego Sea to Sea Trail Blogs & Journals
The San Diego Sea to Sea Trail is 140 miles of natural beauty, running from the Salton Sea near the Anza-Borrego Desert, to the Pacific Ocean near Del Mar, California. No where else in the world can you experience such a diverse range of geographical and environmental features in just 140 miles!
Idaho Centennial Trail Blogs & Journals
The 900-mile Idaho Centennial Trail (ICT) weaves through the most scenic portions of Idaho's wild country, from high desert canyonlands in southern Idaho to wet mountain forests in North Idaho. ICT travelers will cross many mountains, streams and rivers in between. The ICT was designated as the official state trail during Idaho's Centennial year in 1990 by the Lasting Legacy Committee of the Idaho Centennial Commission. Since that time, only a few people have actually completed the Idaho Centennial Trail, revealing the challenge and time-commitment involved.
The Western Circle Blogs & Journals
The Western Circle is a roughly 6000 mile route that connects the broad range of landscape and biodiversity in the Western United States. Beginning at the Grand Canyon, the TWC travels in a counter clockwise loop south through Arizona, west and north through New Mexico, through Colorado and Wyoming along the Continental Divide Trail, around the Greater Yellowstone region, back south through the Tetons and Wyoming Range, down the Wasatch, out onto the Colorado Plateau in Utah, and across the Arizona Strip back to the Grand Canyon.
Bigfoot Trail Blogs & Journals
In the initial stage of development, the Bigfoot Trail is a 400 mile hiking trail in northern California. The trail begins in the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness and ends in Redwood National Park at the Pacific Ocean near Crescent City, California. A major focus along the trail is conifer diversity, passing 32 species. The route crosses six wilderness areas, one National Park, and one State Park. Northwest Californias Klamath Mountains foster one of the most diverse temperate coniferous forests on Earth and this route is a celebration of that biodiversity.
Lost Coast Trail Blogs & Journals
A part of the King Range Conservation Area in Northern California, managed by the BLM, the Lost Coast Trail is a 24 mile stretch of coast that leads north from Black Sands Beach to the Mattole River, along the wilderness beach. This is a rugged hike, not a simple walk on the beach, and is one of only a few coastal wilderness hiking experiences in the U.S. Hikers can view sea lions, tidepools and spectacular spring wildflowers.
Pacific Northwest Trail Blogs & Journals
The 1200 mile Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail (PNNST), running from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean, ranks among the most scenic trails in the world. This carefully chosen path is high for the views and long on adventure. It includes the Rocky Mountains, Selkirk Mountains, Pasayten Wilderness, North Cascades, Olympic Mountains, and Wilderness Coast. The trail crosses 3 National Parks and 7 National Forests.
Buckeye Trail Blogs & Journals
For nearly 1444 miles, the Buckeye Trail winds around Ohio, reaching into every corner of the state. From a beachhead on Lake Erie near Cleveland, to a hilltop overlooking the Ohio River in Cincinnati, a hiker can experience a little of all that Ohio has to offer
Hayduke Trail Blogs & Journals
The Hayduke Trail is an extremely challenging, 800-mile backcountry route through some of the most rugged and breathtaking landscapes on earth. Located entirely on public land, the trail links six of the National Parks on the Colorado Plateau in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona with the lesser known, but equally splendid, lands in between them.
Te Araroa Trail Blogs & Journals
Te Araroa is a 3000-km trail stretching from Cape Reinga in the North of New Zealand to Bluff in the South. Down the coastline, through the forest, across farmland, over volcanoes and mountain passes, along river valleys, and on green pathways through seven cities.
Pinhoti Trail Blogs & Journals
The Pinhoti is a premier southern Appalachian long distance hiking trail. The total distance of the trail is 334.9 miles. There are 171.2 miles in Alabama and 163.7 miles in Georgia, which makes the Pinhoti the longest hiking trail in either state.
Sheltowee Trace Trail Blogs & Journals
The Sheltowee Trace Trail is a 302 miles National Recreation Trail that was created in 1976 and stretches from the Leather Wood Trail Head in the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area in Tennessee to northern Rowan County, Kentucky.
Bartram Trail Blogs & Journals
The Bartram Trail follows the approximate route of 18th-century naturalist William Bartrams southern journey from March, 1773 to January, 1777. Bartram explored much of the territory which is now the states of North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee.
Oregon Desert Trail Blogs & Journals
The 750 mile Oregon Desert Trail traverses some of the most spectacular natural areas of the states dry side, including Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, Steens Mountain and the Owyhee Canyonlands.
Ice Age Trail Blogs & Journals
The Ice Age Trail, one of only eleven National Scenic Trails in the United States, is a thousand-mile footpath highlighting Wisconsins world-renowned Ice Age heritage and scenic beauty.
Great Himalaya Trail Blogs & Journals
The Great Himalaya Trail is a network of existing treks and trails which together form one of the longest and highest walking trails in the world. Winding beneath the worlds highest peaks and visiting some of the most remote communities on earth, it passes through lush green valleys, arid high plateaus and incredible landscapes.
Mississippi River Blogs & Journals
The Mississippi River runs for 2448 miles from its headwaters at Lake Itasca in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico.
Mountains to Sea Trail Blogs & Journals
The Mountains-to-Sea Trail is North Carolinas premier hiking trail. The North Carolina state trail stretches 1150 miles from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Outer Banks, stopping at many of our states most beautiful places along the way.
Camino De Santiago Blogs & Journals
The Camino de Santiago is the name of any of the pilgrimage routes to the shrine of the apostle St. James the Great in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that the remains of the saint are buried. Many take up this route as a form of spiritual path or retreat, for their spiritual growth.
Trans America Bicycle Trail Blogs & Journals
The Trans America Bicycle Route spans 4,228 miles from the Pacific Ocean at Astoria, Oregon to the Atlantic Ocean at Yorktown, Virginia. This trail covers National Parks such as Yellowstone and Grand Teton. It passes through civil war historic areas as well as the great plains.
Potomac Heritage Trail Blogs & Journals
The Potomac Heritage Trail, also known as the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail or the PHT, is a designated National Scenic Trail corridor spanning parts of the mid-Atlantic and upper southeastern regions of the United States that will connect various trails and historic sites in the states of Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia. The trail network includes 710 miles (1,140 km) of existing and planned sections, tracing the outstanding natural, historical, and cultural features of the Potomac River corridor, the upper Ohio River watershed in Pennsylvania and western Maryland, and a portion of the Rappahannock River watershed in Virginia.
North Country Trail Blogs & Journals
When completed the trail will be the longest continuous hiking trail in the United States. The trail links scenic, natural, historic, and cultural areas across seven states allowing visitors to experience a variety of northern landscapes.
Greater Patagonian Trail Blogs & Journals
The Greater Patagonian Trail is currently a 930 mile (1500 km) long trail route that leads you right through the heart of the legendary Patagonian Andes. It's a stunningly beautiful and diverse trail that crosses volcanic fields, idyllic Andean valleys, snow covered mountain ranges, lush green forests and deep blue lakes and rivers. Its creator, Jan Dudeck is extending the trail north to Santiago and south towards Tierra del Fuego for a route over 3,000 kilometers.
Israel National Trail Blogs & Journals
The 620 mile Israel National Trail stretches from the waters of the Red Sea to the Israel-Lebanon frontier that offers a chance to discover Israel's people, history and culture on the country's less-traveled paths.
Finger Lakes Trail Blogs & Journals
The Finger Lakes Trail system, over 950 miles in length, runs from the Pennsylvania-New York border in Allegany State Park to the Long Path in the Catskill Forest Preserve, with branch trails to Niagara Falls, the Genesee River valley, the Great Eastern Trail south of Corning, the central Finger Lakes, and the Syracuse region. From the PA border to the northeast end of the Onondaga Branch, the Finger Lakes Trail is also the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Lowest to Highest Trail Blogs & Journals
The Lowest-to-Highest (L2H) is a 130 mile, backcountry hiking route between Badwater and Mt. Whitney, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere to the highest place in the contiguous United States.
Oregon Coastal Trail Blogs & Journals
The Oregon Coast Trail is a long-distance hiking route along the Pacific coast of Oregon in the United States. It follows the coast of Oregon from the mouth of the Columbia River to the California border south of Brookings.
John Wayne Pioneer Trail Blogs & Journals
The John Wayne Pioneer Trail is a 285 mile rail trail spanning the state of Washington, from the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains to the Idaho border. Designated a National Recreational Trail, it is enjoyed by hikers, horse riders, bikers, Boy Scouts, rail historians, scientists, and trail enthusiasts of all sorts. The trail highlights Washingtons diverse and scenic landscape, traveling through evergreen forests and dark tunnels, over high trestles and spectacular rivers, and across open farmland and high desert.
New England Trail Blogs & Journals
The New England National Scenic Trail (NET) is a 215-mile hiking trail route that has been in existence for over half a century. The NET travels through 41 communities in Connecticut and Massachusetts, and is comprised primarily of the historic Mattabesett, Metacomet, and Monadnock (M-M-M) Trail systems.
Off Road Trans-America Trail Blogs & Journals
The Off Road Trans-America Trail (TATOR) was designed to solve the particular problem of long road sections, with the aim of making an immersive off-road trail that does not require long stretches of road riding, while still having good access to facilities such as gas stations and accommodation.
Kumano Kodo Routes Blogs & Journals
The Kumano Kodo is a series of ancient pilgrimage routes that crisscross the Kii Hanto, the largest Peninsula of Japan. These sacred trails were and are used for the pilgrimage to the sacred site "Kumano Sanzan" or the Three Grand Shrines of Kumano: Kumano Hongu Taisha, Kumano Nachi Taisha and Kumano Hayatama Taisha.
Desert Trail Blogs & Journals
The Desert Trail is a 2,000+ mile route from Mexico to Canada through the deserts of eastern California, western Nevada and eastern Oregon and Washington. Originally conceptualized in the 1960s this rugged, beautiful and almost forgotten route visits Americas greatest desert landscapes and wilderness areas.
Mogollon Rim Trail Blogs & Journals
The Mogollon Rim Trail is a 500 mile route across Arizona primarily following the Mogollon Rim, an escarpment dividing the high Colorado plateau to the north and the subtropical desert and basin ranges to the south. This spectacular and rugged route crosses four national forests and the largest ponderosa pine forest in the worldmrt
Great American Rail Trail Blogs & Journals
The Great American Rail-Trail promises an all-new American experience. Through 12 states and the District of Columbia, the trail will directly serve nearly 50 million people within 50 miles of the route. Across the nation - and the world - only the limits of imagination will limit its use.
Cape Wrath Trail Blogs & Journals
The Cape Wrath Trail is one of the worlds finest long distance walks. The route leads you across most of the north west coast of Scotland via Morar, Knoydart, Torridon and Assynt, winding through its most beautiful glens and mountains. It typically takes between two and three weeks to walk.
Camino de Invierno Blogs & Journals
The Camino de Invierno was created by pilgrims who were walking to Santiago during the winter months and wanted to bypass O Cebreiro. This is a village that has an elevation of 1300m and attracts heavy snowfall. Naturally, pilgrims wanted a diversion and they forged the Camino de Invierno. It is the only Camino route to pass through all 4 provinces of Galicia, so you get to experience the localities of A Coruna, Lugo, Pontevedra, and Ourense.
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