Mul­ti­day Hikes

Lonely Planet Magazine (US) - - Explore -

Of all the ways to ex­plore this planet, a walk is the most ba­sic op­tion, but it can also be a bold choice, es­pe­cially if you take a long-dis­tance trail. Walk­ing is a great way to re­con­nect with the ex­pe­ri­ences of cen­turies of trav­el­ers be­fore you, and it might be the only way to see a hid­den lake or lost ru­ins. Not all such hikes re­quire tent-pitch­ing skills.

For every trail that de­mands back­coun­try camp­ing, there is an­other that al­lows you to end the day un­der a fixed roof, with a hot meal and a cold beer, and bags de­liv­ered by a lug­gage-for­ward­ing ser­vice. In­spired to step out? Here are four of the world’s most amaz­ing long-dis­tance trails.

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