Seven Wonders: Trekking Adventures

Annapurna Circuit in Nepal

The Annapurna Circuit is a popular trek that winds through the incredible scenery of Nepal. The circuit, which takes an average of three weeks to complete on foot, passes Buddhist communities, mountain peaks at elevations of more than 17,769 feet.

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Atlas Mountains in Morocco

While you won't find the sky-holder of Greek myth anywhere among them, Morocco's Atlas Mountains are uniquely beautiful and rewarding to trekkers. These mountains are extremely accessible to travelers, being only a short drive from many of Morocco's large cities, such as Marrakesh and Casablanca.

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Everest Base Camp in Nepal

Renowned for its majestic mountain peaks and friendly cultural villages, trekking to the Everest base camp is one of the most popular hiking adventures in Nepal. There are few places in the World where you are surrounded with such an amazing array of mountains, including Everest itself.

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Kilimanjaro in Tanzania

Mt. Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest peak at 19,341 feet, and the tallest free-standing mountain in the World. Nonetheless, no technical climbing skills are required to reach its summit. Trekkers who are reasonably fit and very well prepared can reach the summit in a matter of days and with only rudimentary knowledge and equipment.

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The Appalachian Trail

The Appalachian Trail is one of the longest trails in the world, measuring 2,184 miles long. This diverse Trail, located in the Eastern United States, cuts a path through fourteen states, from southern Springer Mountain, Georgia to northern Katahdin, Maine.

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The Inca Trail in Peru

For those who seek out the most renowned attractions in the world for their vacations, the Inca Trail provides a walk through history amid spectacular landscapes. The Inca Trail in Peru is one of the top trekking experiences in the world. Thousands of visitors come to hike the trail annually.

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The Mont Blanc Circuit

Trekkers on the Mont Blanc circuit follow the course known as the Tour du Mont Blanc. Over the years the title of the course has been shortened to TMB. This trail takes the trekker through three countries and covers about 180 km or about 112 miles.

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