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5 hiking trails around the world you must do before you die - WildVenture’s picks

Yinon Sofer

There is no better way to experience the beauty of the earth than by foot, braving the harshest climates, conquering the highest peaks and surviving the most forbidding terrains. For all the adventure enthusiasts out there, we have compiled a list of five best hiking trails around the world perfect for your next adventure.


Garibaldi Lake


Location: South of Whistler, British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Distance: 18km

Hiking time: 5-6 hours

Best time to go: July to October


The massive and undisturbed turquoise lake is a basin of beautiful turquoise water. The Garibaldi lake is over 800 feet deep, and is filled with sparkling glacial water throughout the year. As you trek, you will be surrounded by snow covered mountains and some of the west coast’s most amazing landmarks. The first 6 km of the hike trail follows a fairly clear path that gradually climbs upwards through  lush alpine meadows. After the 5 km mark, you will reach a view point to the Barrier. Once you have hiked the first 6km, the rest of the trek is pretty easy. There is a campsite where you can pitch your tent to relax and rejuvenate.


Jogini Waterfalls, India


Location: 7 kms from Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India

Distance: 3 km

Hiking time: 2 hours from Vashishta temple

Best time to go: October to February


This short trek will take you to a mesmerizing natural attraction-Jogini Waterfalls, which is known for its serene environs and beautiful cascading waters. As you trek from the Vashishta Village to the waterfalls, you will be surrounded by beautiful small hills, the enchanting beas river and lush flora all around. Take a dip in the pool at the bottom of this waterfall and enjoy a quite picnic in its severe surroundings.


Ramon Crater, Israel


Location: Mitspe Ramon, Israel

Distance: 6 km

Hiking time: 2 hours

Best time to go: Anytime of the year


Hiking in Israeli desert is an experience of a lifetime. A short walk through the red, purple and golden sand of the Negev desert from Mitzpe Ramon will take you to the edge of a huge crater, Makhtesh Ramon. This 40 kilometers long crest offers enchanting panoramic views, and as you descend an ancient trail to the bottom of the crate, you realize the magnificence of this desert. From sandstone hills, rock formations to remnants of volcanic rocks there is a lot to explore on this trail.


Salkantay Trek, Peru


Location: Cusco, Peru

Distance: 60.5 km 

Hiking time: 4-5 days

Best time to go: June to September 


The Salkantay Trek is perfect for pro-adventurers. Salkantay Trek has been featured among the 25 best Treks in the World, by National Geographic Adventure Travel Magazine. It is the best alternative to the traditional Inca Trail for reaching Machu Picchu. It crosses the Salkantay Pass, then descending into the cloud forest and passing the Inca ruins with a mesmerizing a view of the Machu Picchu. You should experience the beautiful snow capped mountains and topical rain forests to believe what we are talking about.


Dove Lake Circuit, Tasmania


Location: Road C132, Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania, Australia

Distance: 5.7 km

Hiking time: 2 hours

Best time to go: December to February


This 6km track is one of Tasmania’s most amazing walks affording some picturesque views. The walk takes you right around Dove Lake, beneath the Cradle Mountain. Some highlights of this trail are  Glacier Rock, the Boatshed and Ballroom Forest. This trail is ideal for all age groups.


So, lace up your boots and get ready to hit the trails!


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