Everyone knows that this site is all about talking about some of the best hikes the world has to offer, and so far this site has for the most part been selecting one epic hike per each article and talking in deep depth about the particular hike and then moving on to the next article for the next hike, but this article is going to be very different and is actually going to focus on multiple hikes just so that you the reader can have an even larger list of great hikes around the world so that your bucket list doesn’t need to be limited to some of the coolest hikes in the world that may be out of reach or just not your style, so with this larger list in this last article you’ll have a much broader list of hikes that you can choose from and maybe, just maybe if you do one or a couple or maybe even a few of these hikes in your lifetime then you can safely say on your deathbed that you did some pretty epic hiking during your lifetime, and that’s really what matters because when you’re on your deathbed you’re only going to think about the best things that you did during your life and the great places that you went, and life is all about getting out and seeing the entire world because it’s here, we’re here and we need to learn to love where we are the fullest of our capabilities.
So the next of the bucket list hikes that is one of the best hikes in the entire world that is a part of our epic list is The Torres del Paine “W” Circuit that is located in Patagonia, Chile and is seriously an awesome place. Everyone who has money in America loves the Patagonia brand, so how cool would it be to actually go to Patagonia and do an epic adventure where you’ll actually need some warm clothes for as opposed to just being stylish? It would be crazy, that’s why it’s on here. It’s a 37 mile hike that takes about four to six days and is something that you’re going to want to do in the winter time due to Patagonia being as far south as you can possibly be before getting towards Antarctica.
Yosemite’s Grand Traverse is one of the next best hikes in the world, and of course that is located in California, United States, and Yosemite really is one of the coolest places in the United States that deserves all the credit that it gets, and it will live up to the hype that everyone gives it here in the United States. This hike is super strenuous and you’ll want to be overly prepared for anything and everything while in the backcountry in Yosemite, because this hike is 60 miles long and will take about a week to complete. You’re going to want to do this hike in the summer time too when the weather is nice.
The next great hike around the world has to be the Queen Charlotte Track in New Zealand, and I feel like anyone who’s ever watched the Lord of the Rings has always wanted to hike in New Zealand and why not? It’s a 44 mile hike and takes about 4 days and it doesn’t really matter what time of year you go because it’s New Zealand.
The next really awesome hike that will literally take you into some of the most epic part of the world and into some of the most beautiful, and treacherous jungles in the world is the Mountains of the Moon hike in the Ruwenzori Range of Uganda. You’ll be at high elevation all around really awesome mountains and you’ll also be with a bunch of elephants so how cool could it get out there? The answer is epically cool.
The last hike we are going to put on this list is one that is located throughout the European Alps, and the hike is called The Tour du Mont Blanc, and it’s over 100 miles long in its entirety and takes around 10 days to complete, which should be done in the summertime when it’s not so cold and snowy out there in the beauty of the coolest mountain range in the world.
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