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12 of the Best Day and Multi-Day Hikes in Europe

Discover some of the best day and multi-day hikes in Europe, shared by other hikers and myself. These offer breathtaking views, cultural experiences, stunning landscapes and adventure. All trails vary in distance, and difficulty, as well as hidden gems that you may not have heard of before.

These popular hikes include the adventurous Trolitunga Trail in Norway and the coastline Seven Hanging Valleys Trail in Portugal.  As well as the historic pilgrimage Camino de Santiago in Spain and the famous Tour du Mont Blanc Hike. There is even a hidden gem known as Sailor’s Stroll Devil’s Punchbowl England.

Best Day Hikes in Europe

Hiking allows you to take in the beautiful surroundings at your own pace, and see things that you would not normally see. Choosing a hike is subjective and depends on personal preferences and experience.

Here is a roundup of the best hikes in Europe and personal stories from myself and other hikers.

It’s time to get inspired for your next hike!

Hiking around the horseshoe in Snowdonia, Wales. One of the best hikes in Europe

Hiking around the horseshoe in Snowdonia, Wales

1. Pyg Track – Snowdon Wales

Snowdon, or Yr Wyddfa in Welsh, is the highest mountain in Wales and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding Snowdonia National Park. It is one of my favourite hiking destinations in Europe as there are multiple trails that vary in distance and difficulty up the mountain.

The Pyg Track is one of the most popular routes to the summit and the one that I used to compete in the Three Peaks challenge. The Pyg Track starts at the Pen-y-Pass car park, making your way up the mountain to Snowdon summit before returning the same way. Although it is considered a challenging route, it is well-maintained and has clear paths.

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The Pyg Track is roughly 7 miles (12 kilometres) round trip to Snowdon summit and back. The hike typically takes around 5 to 6 hours to complete, depending on your level of fitness and the weather conditions. The weather can be unpredictable in Wales, so I suggest taking a waterproof hiking jacket.

The Pyg Track hiking information

  • Type; One-day hike
  • Duration roughly; Roughly 6 hours round trip
  • Distance; 7 miles (11.3 km)
  • Hiking difficulty: Moderate

Hiking Mt Snowdon Wales. One of the best hikes in Europe

Coming down The Pyg Track Snowdon, a popular hiking trail in Wales

2. Oeschinensee – Oberbergli – Heuberg trail Switzerland

Jurga – Full Suitcase  

We love the outdoors and always look out for great hiking trails in Europe when travelling. And while we have done lots of beautiful hikes all over the world, one of my best day hikes in Europe remains Oeschinensee – Oberbergli – Heuberg trail in Switzerland.

It is an 8km panoramic hike that loops around and combines the best of Switzerland in one destination. You can expect incredible vistas of the Berner Oberland region with phenomenal views over the turquoise Oeschinen Lake. Plus the surrounding mountains during pretty much the entire hike.

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Oeschinensee Heuberg trail will pass waterfalls and mountain streams, some serious climbing, as well as walk some narrow trails on the edge of the mountain. But there are also flat stretches of the trail where you pass a beautiful Alpine meadow with Swiss cows peacefully grazing obliviously to the fact that they are surrounded by some of the best views in the world.

This mountain trail is best for those with some hiking experience. It can be steep in some parts, especially near the starting point. There is also uneven terrain with loose rock along most of the trail path. Another great area in Switzerland for hiking in the summer is Saas-Fee.

Oeschinensee Heuberg trail information

  • Type; One day hike
  • Duration roughly; 3.5-hour hiking loop
  • Distance; Roughly 8kms round trip
  • Hiking difficulty: Moderate

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Hiking around Oeschinen Lake Heuberg trail Switzerland: Photo By Jurga from Full Suitcase

3. Seven Hanging Valleys Trail – Portugal

The Seven Hanging Valleys Trail is a stunning hike located in the Algarve region of Portugal. This coastal trail has breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and of the dramatic cliffs below. It is one of the best hikes in Europe during spring and autumn when the weather is pleasant.

This coastal trail is 6.8-kilometres, it officially starts in Praia da Marinha and ends in Praia de Vale Centeanes. Seven Hanging Valleys Trail follows atop the rugged cliffs and is considered moderate in terms of difficulty. While it’s not overly challenging, it’s important to wear appropriate footwear as there can be some steep sections and uneven terrain along the cliff edges.

Trail Highlights include sea caves and hidden beaches as well as Praia da Marinha, the Seven Hanging Valleys, Algar Seco, and Praia de Vale Centeanes. The hike usually takes between 3 to 4 hours to complete. It’s recommended to start early in the morning to avoid crowds and miss the peak of the Portuguese heat.

Another great hiking area in Portugal is Rota Vicentina, which is only an hour from Seven Hanging Valleys Trail. You can book a guided walking tour along the Seven Hanging Valleys Trail if you want to do it with someone experienced.

Information for Seven Hanging Valleys Trail

  • Type; half day hike
  • Duration roughly; 4-5 hours
  • Distance; 7 miles / 11.4 km
  • Hiking difficulty: Easy / Moderate

Seven Hanging Valleys Trail in Algarve,Portugal

The Seven Hanging Valleys Trail, one of Portugal’s top hikes in Europe

4. Cinque Terre Hiking Italy

Catalina Todd – Miss Adventures Abroad

One of my favourite hiking locations in the world is the Cinque Terre region, in Italy. This Italian gem located on the Ligurian Coast is one of the best places to hike in Europe and one of the prettiest. It tends to be quite filled with tourists, and it is easy to see why.

While working as a tour guide in Italy, I was able to hike parts of the Cinque Terre trail over 10 times, and I am still not over how beautiful the area is! It’s made up of 4 individual paths connecting the 5 colourful cliffside towns of Cinque Terre.

The trail follows along the Mediterranean coast, with steep cliffs allowing for gorgeous viewpoints to one side, and terraced vineyards producing the delicious  Cinque Terre white wine on the other.

In between trail segments, hikers can stop by the Cinque Terre Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. I love grabbing a snack in Vernazza before hitting the trail again. If you choose to end your hike in Monterosso (which I highly recommend) you’ll be rewarded with a beautiful beach perfect for cooling off in the Mediterranean.

You may even want to grab a glass of the famous Cinque Terre wine to celebrate! Another great place to go hiking is the local fishing village of Tellaro Italy.

Cinque Terre Hiking Trails Information

  • Type; day hike
  • Duration roughly; 4-5 hours depending on stops in the villages.
  • Distance; The entire trail’s length is about 11 or 12 km, made up of 4 individual connecting paths.
  • Hiking difficulty: Easy / Moderate

boats moored in Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy. One of the best hikes Europe

Cinque Terre Fishing Village, hiking Italy: Photo By – Miss Adventures Abroad

5. Trolitunga Hiking Trail – Norway

Hiking the Trolitunga Trail in Norway is a challenging but rewarding experience and is ranked as one of the best hikes in Europe. Trolitunga, also known as Troll’s Tongue, is a famous rock formation located in the municipality of Odda, in Hordaland County, Norway.

It juts out horizontally from the mountainside, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding fjords and mountain range and creating one of the most spectacular photo spots. The hiking trail is roughly a 28 km round trip with the starting point being from the Skjeggedal trailhead. It usually takes between 8-12 hours to complete, depending on your fitness level and pace.

The hike is strenuous and requires a good level of fitness and experience, as it is rocky and steep in some sections. The trail is well marketed and shows the remaining distance to both Trolitunga and back again.

The best time to hike the Trolitunga Trail is from June to September when the weather is generally milder and the trail is accessible. Remember to wear good hiking boots and to take enough water, best to take a backpack with a reusable water bladder. While the Troltunga Trail is difficult it is worth it for the epic hiking adventure and stunning views.

Trolitunga hiking Trail Information

  • Type; One-day hike
  • Duration roughly; 7–10 hours
  • Distance; 28 km (17.4 miles)
  • Hiking difficulty: Difficult/Strenuous 
  • Elevation Gain: 800 meters (2,625 feet)

Trolltunga, Norway Tupungato Trail. One of the best hikes in Europe

Troll’s Tongue, is a famous rock formation on the Trolitunga Trail in Norway

6. Fira to Oia – Santorini, Greece

Augusta – Minimeexplorer

Fira to Oia walk in Santorini (Greece) is a stunning trail path and one of the top things to do on the island. The path follows roughly the edge of the caldera for about 10 km and it is not a strenuous one, so it is perfect for families. It can take anything between 3 to 5 hours including rest and photo stops.

As soon as we reached the village of Imerovigli, where we were staying, it felt as if we had walked straight into a postcard. We could see the villages of Firostefani, Fira and Oia in the distance. The landscape was so amazingly beautiful that the mule track connecting the four villages just screamed to be hiked. Glad we did as it was some of the best hiking in Europe, we have ever done.

The Fira to Oia trail is well marked and it is best attempted with lightweight hiking shoes, but trainers might do the trick too. The terrain varies from paved, to cobblestones, to dirt tracks – occasionally with loose rocks and pebbles.
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The first part of the walk, from Fira to Imerovigli (via Firostefani) is mostly lined with shops, whitewashed guesthouses and the typical Santorini blue-domed churches. The most interesting part starts after Imerovigli, where the real trail starts. Along the way, and even more from the top, the views over the caldera are magnificent! The incline is not too steep and the trail is rarely exposed.

If you have small children, you can allow them to “cheat” a little and hitch them a ride on the back of a donkey as far as the Profitis Ilias church. Then it is all the way down to Oia the most beautiful village on the entire island, and the one with the best sunsets. If you like an adventure, what about booking an electric bike tour around Santorini?

Fira to Oia Walk Information

  • Type; day hike
  • Duration roughly; 3 to 5 hours
  • Distance; 10.5km (6.5 miles)
  • Hiking difficulty: Moderately fit

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One of the best hikes in Europe – Hiking Fira to Imerovigli Photo By Augusta – Minimeexplore

7. Sailor’s Stroll Devil’s Punch Bowl – England

Sailor’s Stroll is one of several hiking and walking trails offered at Devil’s Punch Bowl National Park. It is located next to Hindhead Village in the county of Surrey, England not far from central London. This is a good walking path for anyone to enjoy especially families and people like me with heart problems. It has gentle gradients and mostly flat surfaces.

The fun short circular walk is roughly 1 mile in distance to Gibbet Hill, Surrey’s second highest point (272m). The trail is clearly marked with blue signs to make it easier to navigate. The Sailor’s Stroll will take you along a path that is mostly flat and through woodland. You can do it quickly or take your time, it depends on you. 

Devil’s Punch Bowl also has some other hiking trails that you can also do on the same day. It also has a cafe, information center, toilets and parking on the grounds. Parking is free for members of the National Trust.

Sailor’s Stroll Devil’s Punch Bowl information

  • Type; Less than half a day
  • Duration roughly; 45 mins to an hour
  • Distance; 1 mile (1.6 km)
  • Hiking difficulty: Super Easy

Gibbet Hill Sailor's Stroll Devil’s Punch Bowl England. One of the best in Europe

Devil’s Punch Bowl national park, is one of England’s top hiking areas.

8. Zugspitze hikes – Germany/Austria hiking Europe

Magdalena Bielawny – Followtheview

Zugspitze (2962 m) is the highest peak in Germany and has several well-known ski resorts around it. It lies on the German-Austrian border, next to the picturesque town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the Alps. There are 5 different routes leading to the top, and you will need 8-10 hours to ascend. All start in different locations and vary in difficulty but all are great for day hiking. 

If you want to start hiking from Germany, choose the Reintal route, considered to be the easiest one, but also very long (21 km). Also, the elevation gain is gradual making it a pleasant hiking trail to do. Planning on going starting from the Austria side go for the Ehrwald route, may be a bit more difficult, but much shorter and quicker (about 14 km). If you get tired you can shorten the hike with the Ehrwalder Almbahn cable car.

Both routes don’t require any climbing skills or special hiking equipment gear. However, I suggest wearing proper hiking boots as during the summer, you may still come across some snow on the mountain. For experienced mountain hikers who like to take a via ferrata, then I suggest going through Höllental to the Zugspitze. 

Don’t forget to reward yourself with a Maß (a really big glass of beer…) in the Panorama Lounge 2962 restaurant after reaching the summit! Best thing? If you are not a fan of hiking, you can also make it to the top thanks to one of the 3 cable cars operating in Zugspitze. You can also take a guided tour to Germany’s highest summit.

Information for Zugspitze hikes – Germany/Austria

  • Type; One day hike
  • Duration roughly; Varies between 7-10 hours, depending on the route
  • Distance; 57 (Total of the 5 routes together)
  • Hiking difficulty: Moderate/ difficult.

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Hiking up on Zugspitze one of the best hikes in Europe Photo By Magdalena – Followtheview

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9. The Hebridean Way Scotland

Kathi – Watch Me See

The Hebridean Way is an off-the-beaten-track hiking paradise in the far northwest of Scotland UK. The trail covers 10 islands off the Scottish coast and runs for 156 miles from the Isle of Vatersay to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis.

This epic hiking trail was my longest solo trek ever and one of the best hiking trails in Europe. I fell madly in love with the islands and the natural surroundings along the way. Fast hikers might be able to do this trek in 8 days, but most do it within 10 to 13 days. I preferred to take my time and spent two weeks on the Outer Hebrides in total.

I split the walk into 12 stages, leaving plenty of time to rest and also explore off the trail. And there is plenty to see: from the UNESCO World Heritage Site on St Kilda to the mystical Callanish Standing Stones, the Hebrides have a lot to offer.

Luckily, the increasing numbers of tourists visiting Scotland mostly shy away due to the long ferry journey across.

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The best time to hike the Hebridean Way is during the summer when the days are long and the temperatures comfortable. Being Scotland though, you always have to be prepared for spontaneous rainfall or gushes of wind. Don’t forget to pack high-quality waterproofs and protect your gear from getting wet by using drybags and reusable plastic pouches.

Where to stay along the Hebridean Way

There is plenty of accommodation along the Hebridean Way on the islands. However, it is way easier to hike this trail with a hiking tent in your backpack. Wild camping is legal in Scotland, meaning you can pitch your tent wherever you want to take a break and rest.

At one point I had entire beaches to myself when walking the multiple-day Hebridean Way hike.

The Hebridean Way hiking information

  • Type; multiple day hikes
  • Duration roughly; 8 to 13 days, depending on your speed 
  • Distance; 156 miles (252km)
  • Hiking difficulty: Moderate

Hiking the Hebridean Way Scotland - One of the best in the UKHiking the Hebridean Way is one of the best hikes in Europe Photo by Kathi Kamleitner 

10. Tour du Mont Blanc Hike Europe

Becky – Becky The Traveller

The ‘Tour du Mont Blanc’ (TMB) is a challenging but stunning hike around the Mont Blanc massif. It is one of the best European hiking trails taking you through three different countries, France, Italy and Switzerland. I completed the 110 mile/170 km trail with a full backpack over 8 days of walking. Finishing in the ski resort town of Chamonix where there are plenty of cafes and well-deserved beer to enjoy.

Summer is the best time of year to do hiking in Europe, especially the multi-day day Tour du Mont Blanc. You have a better chance of good weather, although I did experience a bit of rain at the beginning! Each day takes you through different scenery, winding paths and steep climbs.

But all around you have the snow-topped mountains, brightly coloured alpine flowers and rustic mountain huts. If you are lucky, you might even spot a cheeky marmot or two.

Where to stay along the Tour du Mont

Accommodation along the Tour du Mont route is basic, with mountain refuges and gites offering full-board or just a bed. They are full of like-minded walkers, climbers and mountaineers. Be prepared for clothes and boots drying everywhere after a rain shower. Most people are carrying their full kit, therefore, it’s important to dry your kit when you have the chance.

The Tour du Mont Blanc trail information

  • Type; multiple day hikes
  • Duration roughly; 7 to 10 days, depending on your speed 
  • Distance; 105.6 miles (170km)
  • Hiking difficulty: Moderately fit

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Tour du Mont Blanc trail, best hut-to-hut hikes in Europe Photo by Becky The Traveller

11. Hiking Camino de Santiago Spain

Hiking the Camino de Santiago in Spain is a historic pilgrimage trail that finishes at the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral in northwest Spain. As it is where the remains of the apostle St. James are said to have been buried. It is one of the best multi-day hikes in Europe and attracts thousands of people from all around the world each year.

There are several different routes you can take to reach Santiago de Compostela, with the most famous one being the Camino Francés (French Way). This route starts in the French town of Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port and stretches for about 800 kilometres (500 miles) across northern Spain.

Other popular routes include the Camino del Norte (Northern Way) along the northern coast, the Camino Primitivo (Primitive Way) from Oviedo, and the Camino Portugués (Portuguese Way) from Portugal. Some routes are more challenging than others, so it’s important to choose one that suits your abilities.

The average time to complete the Camino Francés is about four to five weeks, but you can choose to do a shorter section if you don’t have the time. Many people choose to start their journey in the town of Sarria, which is about 100 kilometres (62 miles) from Santiago de Compostela, as this distance qualifies for receiving the Compostela, a certificate of completion.

Hiking the Camino de Santiago is an unforgettable experience that combines self-discovery and cultural immersion. Whether you undertake it for religious or personal reasons, it’s a remarkable journey that has been cherished by pilgrims for centuries.

Where to stay along the Camino de Santiago trail

As it is a popular hike, accommodation options along the Camino de Santiago route are plentiful. You can find a range of albergues (pilgrim hostels), hotels, guesthouses, and campgrounds.

Albergues are specifically designed for pilgrims and offer basic facilities, usually in dormitory-style rooms. However, they are comfortable and affordable. It’s advisable to book accommodation in advance, especially during the peak season from May to September. Check out accommodation and pricing for the Camino de Santiago route through Expendia.

Camino de Santiago hiking information

  • Type; multiple day hikes
  • Duration roughly; 8 to 13 days, depending on your speed 
  • Distance;  500 miles (800 kilometres) across northern Spain.
  • Hiking difficulty: Moderate

Camino de Santiago, Spain - Pilgrims Hiking through Countryside Past a Waymark Post along the Way of St James

Hiking the popular Camino de Santiago in Spain

12. Lycian Way in Turkey

Karin – Girl Astray

Lykia Way hike is located in the south of Turkey, mapping the coast between Fethiye and Antalya. This marked long-distance hiking trail is a whopping 520 km (320 mi) in length. While it would take weeks to walk the whole distance, it is easy to connect at any point and start the trail. Simply follow the red and white stripes that mark the path.

Lycian Way trail often covers difficult terrain and more often than not there are parts that require you to climb steep mountains. However, you will have the most beautiful views, along the coastline, forests and secret beaches. You will also see grazing goats and ancient ruins scattered and abandoned all across the Turiskish land making it absolutely worthwhile!

Another major highlight along the Lykia Way hike is the incredible Yanartas (Chimera) where eternal fires burn from bare rocks. You can book a guided night tour with dinner to Yanartas (Chimera), if you want to see how amazing they are at night. 

This long hike takes you across wonderful nature and remote areas, showing you the best of the Mediterranean coast in Turkey. This is why I think it is one of the epic hikes of Europe. Thanks to the fountains along the Lykia Way, you can refill your bottle relatively easily and keep hydrated.

Where to stay along the Lykia Way Hike

Accommodations along the hiking trail vary and while I prefer to camp, you can also find rooms for rent at the local houses and budget hotels. 

Information for Lycian Way Hike Turkey

  • Type; multiple day hikes
  • Duration roughly; 30 and 45 days
  • Distance; 520 km (320 miles)
  • Hiking difficulty: Moderately fit

Rocky coastline hiking the Lycian Way in Turkey

The stunning views from the Lykia Way hike in Turkey: Photo By – Girl Astray

These are just a few examples of popular hiking trails in Europe that cover both day and multi-day hikes. Remember to plan and prepare accordingly, taking into account trail difficulty, weather conditions, and elevation gain and also make sure to keep hydrated.

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47 thoughts on “12 of the Best Day and Multi-Day Hikes in Europe

  1. Richard Greystoke says:

    You have a great list of places to hike here. I definitely going to look in a few of these further.

  2. Mary-Anne G says:

    I love to hike and l have to a few if these place. The others I will be adding to my list. You have a good selection one your other post too. Cheers for sharing

  3. Megan Jerrard says:

    Definitely some amazing places to hike!! the treasury overlook trail at petra is at the top of my bucketlist – the overhead views looking down at the Treasury building are awe-inspiring. Indiana Jones much! I’ve done the Hollywood sign in LA, and the Cinque Terre in Italy, and that was a lot of fun, and I just moved to Tasmania, so the overland track is coming up.

    Great round up!

  4. Candy says:

    I’ve always wanted to hike in Hawaii. The suggestion of hiking in Maui sounds awesome. Good to know that the hike will take more than 2.5 hours and more like 5.5 🙂

  5. Paige W says:

    I’m obsessed with hiking, but I’ve surprisingly never done any of these hikes! I need to get going, I suppose! Petra is the one that looks most intriguing to me. Although Haleakalā Crater sounds incredible. It’s crazy that that one volcano created so much!

  6. Sandy N Vyjay says:

    These are all amazing hiking trails and each one has something special. Hikes are always so exciting and absolute bliss in the outdoors especially for nature and adventure lovers. Though each of the hikes looks inviting, my favourite would be Petra, Jordan. Really looks unique and intriguing.

  7. Lisa says:

    This post has really inspired me to think about hiking more Mel. Six days to see the national park in Tasmania may not be the best choice for a beginner, but I’d still like to visit. The hike to the Hollywood sign is probably my favourite, just because we never think about what’s behind the sign, just the signage themselves.

  8. Raghav says:

    Some really brilliant hikes there, but my two favourites would be the hike to Petra because I’ve been wanting to go there for a long time and the one to the Hollywood sign just because i’m such a movie buff. I’ve always enjoyed hiking and walking during travels and for some reason do so more during that time than when at home. Always appreciate how hikes lead to some truly wonderful sights no matter where you are in the world.

    • Melbtravel says:

      I really want to the Petra one as well, it is a bucketlist item for sure. The Hollywood sign, I have done before which was really good. The great thing about it is that it only takes a couple of hours.

  9. Marcie says:

    I’ve been to Haleakala, but haven’t hiked it. It was one of the most unique places I’ve explored in Hawaii. I’d love to hike the Hollywoods Sign in LA next time I’m there!

  10. Sherrie says:

    So many beautiful places to go hiking! I’ve been to Hollywood and Maui. Hope to make it to Petra one day.

  11. Yukti says:

    You have listed wonderful hikes around the world. My favorite one is Al Khazneh in Jordan as it is one of the ancient site. I have done few beautiful hikes along the monasteries in Meteora(Greece), Gori caves(Georgia), Ajanta & Ellora sites(India). Hiking along Halaekala in Hawaii must be fun and also this place looks beautiful and photogenic.

  12. Abhinav Singh says:

    This is so useful for me. I am an outdoor enthusiast. I trust the advice of travel magazines more than any other medium because blogs are experiential and give real information. Cinque Terre trail excites me the most!

    • Melbtravel says:

      Don’t worry I didn’t get into hiking until I was in my 30’s and now I just love it. I have been to Cinque Terre a couple of times but I explored by boat 🙂

  13. Kim says:

    I can proudly say I’ve been on one of these hikes! Did the Hollywood Sign hike a few years ago, one of my favorite hikes. Would love to go hiking at Cinque Terre, I can imagine how stunning that is.

  14. James says:

    I read part one and hadn’t been on any of those hikes. In part 2 I have been on the Petra view point hike in the heat! The hike i would love to take is the Lucian way in Turkey, or at least part of it as I’ll be there in winter.

    • Melbtravel says:

      Everytime I add a hike, I get excited and add another one to my ever growing bucketlist. I will definitely have to look up the one in Lucian Turkey. I have bee to Turkey a couple of times and I love it.

  15. Bhusha says:

    Petra in Jordan is definitely in my wishlist, being a UNESCO site and a hiking site, its just exquisite. The landscape is just surreal. Cinque Terre looks like a paradise as well. Let’s see where all I manage to go…

  16. Deni says:

    All of these sound incredible!! I’d love to do Al-Khazneh or Lycian Way! My best hike was in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada and I’m a bit surprised there’s no mention of Canadian trails here!! (I’m a bit biased, I admit.)

  17. Abigail Sinsona says:

    I am no hiker but seeing these amazing spots make me want to. I’ve had Petra on my wishlist for the longest time. Those rose-colored rocks are too beautiful it’s hard to believe they are real. Now, THAT is worth hiking for! Also, hiking the Hollywood sign is a classic bucket list item!

    • Melbtravel says:

      There is so many hikes now that you an do if you are not much of a hiker especially if you just like to be outdoors. I never got into it until I was in my 30’s and I have not looked back

  18. Vicki Louise says:

    These all sound like incredible hikes- although I must admit, hiking isn’t something I naturally do; it’s more something that I accidentally end up in the middle of before I realize it because someone suggested a walk and it sounded like fun!

    • Melbtravel says:

      lol I have done that more than once especially with my husband. We would go exploring and next thing I know we would be hiking and it is 10miles long 🙂

  19. Monica says:

    This is a great list. I would actually live to hike all of them. I wish I read your post a year ago as I was disappointed not being able to get closer to the Hollywood sign. Well I have to revisit

  20. Ha says:

    Love this list! I haven’t visited any place listed above, so sad :(. I love all those pictures, but Lycian Way in Turkey looks the best in my opinion 🙂

  21. Tom says:

    Wow that is a great list, with some cool new hikes I did not know about yet. And also the hike in Rio which is on my list for years now. Every time I am in Rio it is super shit weather! Fingers crossed for next time! 🙂

    • Melbtravel says:

      I have never been to Rio but it is definitely on my list of places to explore. I went through a strange that would always rain for me in Snowdonia. Fingers crossed for you for next time.

  22. Joanna says:

    Hi Mel, great list!
    All of them seem interesting hiking options, but if I were to choose one, I’d hike Lucian Way in Turkey.
    Dolomites are right behind Turkey, but I’ve already hiked there, so first come place I’ve never been to 🙂

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