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3 Places You Should Visit if You Love Hiking

The joy of hiking is something that is wonderfully distinct. It’s tough and taxing on the body, but the satisfaction upon completion is an incredibly elating feeling. That’s not to say that the joy lies in the completion of a strenuous hike though, the journey itself is also quite the experience. The enticing fresh air, the magnificence of nature’s beauty, the thrill of tackling a challenge, all these and more factor into that ultimate feeling of achievement.

Numerous incredibly beautiful sights around the world can only be reached by foot and while some of them may be taxing multi-day excursions, others can be done within one. Many of the most popular hiking trails around the world also offer access to historical treasures, taking you to wondrous ancient ruins. 

If you love hiking then you owe it to yourself to check out these amazing trails when you can. 

Cinque Terre Hike –  Italy 

Often regarded to be one of the most beautiful hikes you can undertake in Italy. The Cinque Terre hike boasts a causal hike between villages situated on top of seashore mountains. The hike can be completed within the day and is a great way to appreciate the beauty of the Mediterranean waters from up on high.

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Half Dome – Yosemite National Park, USA

This popular hiking spot has endured for over a hundred years with inspired hikers coming from all over the world to conquer it. This granite outcrop is also a day hike and will have you ascend nearly 1500 metres as you make your way to the top. 

All that walking is worth it though as the views from the top are exceptional in their splendour. The end goal isn’t the only reward in store either as, on your way there, you’ll be able to also see the Nevada and Vernal Falls. The journey and the destination, both offer a gorgeous view of nature’s beauty and a grand feeling of personal achievement.

Puez-Odle – Altopiano, Italy

Going back to Italy once again, we have the Puez-Odle hike which is situated up high in the Italian Dolomite range. It’s a trail where the entire journey is adorned with immaculate views and the trail is also quite wide and easy to follow making it a great choice for beginners as well as veterans. 

Some of the incredible sights you can catch during your trek are the magnificent Sella Tower and the Sassolungo massif. There’s also a number of restaurants and refugios, a kind of hotel, along the way to offer a welcome respite for those who need it.                           

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