The most impressive trails in the world

Are you fond of hiking ? It does not surprise us at all, since it is one of the best ways to communicate with nature. And it is that through the trails you can smell, feel the air on your face, step on and enjoy spectacular views. Of course, logically, the experiences will be different depending on the place you choose to do the route.

Today at Vuela Viajes we want to tell you about some of the most impressive trails in the world. These are tours that are proposed to us by National Geographic, one of the most important magazines on the planet. Once you decide the path you are going to travel, we recommend that you choose the stages that best suit your physical condition so that you can fully enjoy the beauty of the place. Would you like to join us?

Sendero W, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Torre del Paine National Park
In the first place, National Geographic proposes the W Path of Torres del Paine National Park, a route that enters the park through glaciers , towers and rock and granite horns, valleys, lagoons … In addition, it allows you to enjoy a flora and a unique fauna. You will find more information about this beautiful Chilean place in our article “Torres del Paine National Park, a beautiful place in Chile”.

Landmannalaugar, Iceland

Second, the publication proposes Landmannalaugar, a route that runs through southern Iceland. Thus, during the tour you can enjoy impressive landscapes formed by volcanoes, glaciers, lava fields, fumaroles , mountains, waterfalls … Best of all, it is not a complicated route, so you can do it comfortably.

Marangu Route, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Marangu Route
On the other hand, they propose the Marangu Route, which takes place on Kilimanjaro, one of the most important tourist attractions in Tanzania. Known as Uhuru Peak, the mountain measures 5,895 meters, making it the highest on the continent, although it is true that its ascent is quite affordable.

Senda Pirenaica, Pyrenees, Spain

Pyrenean Path
Spain is also represented on this list. And it is that National Geographic also proposes the Pyrenean Path that, as its name indicates, is carried out through the Pyrenees . It is a path that crosses about 750 kilometers, leaving from Cabo de Higer (Cantabrian Sea) and arriving at Cabo de Creus (Mediterranean). Its stages go through wonderful villages.

Sentiero Azzurro, Cinque Terre, Italy

Sentiero Azzurro
We continue in Italy to tell you about Sentiero Azzurro, a path that connects five of the most beautiful towns in the world. We are referring to Cinque Terre, a portion of the Italian coast formed by Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. Along the way you can enjoy the rocky coast of Liguria.

GR20, Corsica, France

From Italy we moved to France to tell you about the GR20, a trail that crosses the island of Corsica through the Corsica Regional Park. It is a 180-kilometer route that takes place in 16 stages. Without a doubt, it is one of the most beautiful routes in Europe, although in some sections it is quite difficult .

Yosemite National Park, United States

Yosemite national park
How could it be otherwise, the United States is also present on this list. Specifically, we want to tell you about Yosemite National Park, which offers a wide network of trails of varying difficulty. The Valley Loop Trail and the Sentinel Dome route stand out. In addition, you must bear in mind that it is a true paradise for climbing lovers.

Hadrian’s Wall, England

Hadrian's Wall
Finally, National Geographic tells us about Hadrian’s Wall, an ancient Roman fortification that has been declared a World Heritage Site. It is a 135-kilometer user route that runs from Newcastle , on the east coast, to Bownes-on-Solaway, in the west, through impressive landscapes.