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If your idea of a hike is a leisurely walk along the coast or climbing to the peak of a mountain, I’ve got you covered. Here’s some of the worlds best hiking spots!

Torees del Paine W circuit

Patagonia, Chile

Torres del Paine National Park, in Chile’s Patagonia region, is known for its towering mountains, stunning blue icebergs, and rare wildlife such as guanacos. Some of its most iconic sites are the 3 granite towers from which the park takes its name and the horn shaped peaks called Cuernos del Paine. The W circuit is Torres del Paine's most famous hiking route: a four or five day hike that can be walked without carrying gear or food, between refugios or campsites, with spectacular views of the granite towers and wildlife, this trek is a bucket lister for sure!

Kalalau Trail

Kauai, Hawaii

Kauai’s 11 mile Kalalau Trail leads from Ke’e Beach to Kalalau Beach along the Na Pali Coast. This hike is a must for those who live to hike the world. The unmatched lush land is perfect for an experienced hiker. It is one of the worlds most beautiful hikes, but also one of the most dangerous for beginners. If you’re an adventurer who lives for beautiful scenery and a good challenge, this is the hike for you.

Panorama Ridge

Garibaldi Provincial Park, Canada

Starting at the Rubble Creek Trailhead the trail rises 4,987 feet into a ground covering of wildflowers at Taylor Meadows, a massive 7,608 foot pinnacle of black volcanic rock, and finally on to the top of the 6,998 foot ridge, where there are 360-degree views of snow topped Mounts Price and Garibaldi and the volcano known as the Table, all atop the crystal waters of Garibaldi Lake. You can make this hike in one day, but with views like this, why rush it? Stop for a cooling dip on the way down at glacial fed Garibaldi Lake.

Lycian Way

Fethiye to Antalya, Turkey

Travel through Greek and Roman history a 29 day route that stretches along Turkey’s Tekke Peninsula. This hike is made up of stone roads, mule paths, and footpaths that spreads along the mountainous coastline, showcasing centuries old ruins and ancient cities along the way. Historic sites are dotted everywhere but some of the more interesting are the eternally burning flames of Chimera, and the seaside amphitheater of Antiphellos.

With all these options it may be hard to choose from, so let me be your guide and help you plan the perfect adventure for you. Reach out today!

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