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United States
Switzer Falls might be the best known waterfall hike in Los Angeles County. This 50-foot waterfall is reached via a 4.5 mile out-and-back trek on Gabrielino Trail that follows a shaded babbling creek down into a wooded canyon. This is one of the most popular hikes in front range of the San Gabriel Mountains, with a picnic area at the trail-head that gets crowded too. This upside down hike descends 650 feet from Switzer Picnic Area to the stream below Switzer Falls.
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Spain
The pathway once known as one of the world’s scariest hikes reopens after extensive safety improvements, and while thrill-seekers may miss the element of risk, the stunning views and dizzying heights more than compensate
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South Africa
This trail takes 4 hours to complete and requires a reasonable level of fitness. It offers spectacular views of the Blyde River, Blyde Dam, Three Rondavels, Mariepskop and the other features of the Blyde Canyon. A variety of biomes with their specific vegetation types are encountered on this trail. Although leopards are seldom actually encountered on the trail due to their shy and nocturnal habits, their spoor is often seen.
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Russia
Home to one of the country's most popular resorts, Krasnaya Polyana Mountain Cluster hosted several ski competitions during the 2014 Winter Olympics. Located just a short drive from the Black Sea and the city of Sochi, the area offers well-maintained roads, stylish hotels, marked hiking paths, upscale shops, and ski and snowboarding slopes suitable for all skill levels. Set against the picturesque backdrop of the Caucasus Mountains, the area attracts visitors from around the world with its state-of-the-art cable cars, luxurious chalets, and traditional Russian saunas. The proximity to the sea allows you to spend the morning swimming and the afternoon crunching snow. For easy access from Sochi, use the railroad line built to connect the resort to the nearby airport.
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New Zealand
Te Werahi Stream - On this track, you will experience gorgeous peach-coloured dunes, unusual dune grasses, and views of Cape Maria Van Diemen and Motuopao Island. If you are hiking this track, you will find yourself traversing a vastly different landscape than in the first part of your trip along the east coast.
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Nepal
Bandipur is a hilltop settlement in Tanahu District, Gandaki Zone of Nepal. Because of its preserved, old time cultural atmosphere, Bandipur has increasingly been coming to the attention of tourism. Bandipur hiking or Newari village hiking is best hiking destination for tourist in Nepal. Bandipur is the living museum of Newari culture. More than 70% building are traditional Newari houses. Which carved wooden windows and overhanging slate roofs.
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Malaysia
Mt Kinabalu (4095m) is one of the tallest mountains in South-East Asia and is situated in the Kinabalu National Park in the province of Sabah in Malaysian Borneo. Thousands of tourists visit Kinabalu National Park each year and most come with the intention of climbing Mt Kinabalu. Fortunately, Mt Kinabalu is one of the easiest peaks in the world to conquer. It takes just two days and climbers don't need any previous experience at mountain climbing. At sunrise, the views from the Mt Kinabalu's summit at Low's Peak are spectacular, making all the effort worthwhile.
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Greenland
This is a true hiking paradise during the summer months when the days are long and the temperatures mild. Explore on well-paced day walks before returning to your comfortable hotel each evening. Southern Greenland offers an amazing variety of colourful scenery with its lush landscape dotted with settlements, working sheep farms and Inuit and Norse ruins. It’s probably the most accessible region of Greenland. In East Greenland hike against a backdrop of towering granite peaks and indigo fjords dotted with majestic shimmering icebergs.
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Germany
Allgäu – a hiker’s dream: Highlights on all levels Region’s diversity puts it at the top in Germany Towering peaks to pastoral idyll - the Allgäu has it all. The region’s range of trails linking all altitude levels is second almost to none in Germany. Set against the magnificent backdrop of the Alps the walks and hikes on offer range from gently rolling parklands through wooded lowlands to the peaks of the Alps. At every altitude hiking fans will find enchanting unspoilt nature perfectly combined with 21st century infrastructure. Currently some 7,000 GPS-plotted and uniformly signposted hiking trails are available. Communities, hotels and guesthouses provide amenities and tailored products to ensure guests have all they need.
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France
Circling Mont Blanc—the rooftop of Western Europe—is one of the most special hiking experiences in the world. You travel through three different countries (France, Italy, Switzerland) and over several mountain passes with some of Europe’s most dramatic glaciers on display. You can soak it in and take your time over seven to ten days or fast pack in three days. No matter how you choose to do it, it is an adventure of a lifetime!
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Croatia (Hrvatska)
Paklenica National Park is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and a favorite hiking and climbing destination in this part of Europe. Lying on the southeast slopes of the Velebit Mountain near the coast and cut by two awe-inspiring gorges, Mala Paklenica and Velika, Paklenica's scenery is one of the most pristine in the whole Mediterranean. The lofty peaks making up this range offer huge views of both coastal and mountain scenery.
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China
As wonderful as Chinese tea is, it is definitely not something you’d closely associate with exhilaration, adrenaline and the fear of death. Mt. Huashan in China, however, manages to bring all of these things together by featuring a death-defying cliff-side mountain climb that brings daring visitors to a tea house 2,160 m (7,087 ft) up on the mountain’s southern peak.
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Chile
The Patagonia region encompasses the vast southernmost tip of South America, shared by Argentina and Chile, with the Andes as its dividing line. The Argentine side features arid steppes, grasslands and deserts, while the Chilean has glacial fjords and temperate rainforest. Argentina’s famed RN-40 highway goes past the pinnacles of Monte Fitz Roy and imposing Perito Moreno Glacier in Los Glaciares National Park.
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