Talking about the world’s greatest walking trails; we cannot describe all of them as around 1100 are only present in the UK. The long walks are extremely beautiful but there are some trails which are worth the visit. They are extremely beautiful and magnificent. Given below is a list of them.
Mount Sinai, Egypt
If you want to feel in heaven the walking trip in Sinai is a must. It is considered as one of the best hikes in the world. The Cornflower-blue skies and sand-colored mountains make the perfect background for the walk. The main point is obviously Mount Sinai, a sacred place where it is believed that God has created the Ten Commandments. Ascend the gentler side of the mountain in the darkness (2–3hr), from the monastery of St Catherine, to have a look at the sunrise, before moving down via the steep Steps of Penitence.
Hadrian’s Wall, England
Hadrian, the enterprising Roman emperor ordered a wall to be created across the width of England in AD122, from Wallsend (east) to Bowness-on-Sea (west) in Cumbria, making a heavily equipped barrier between England and the north. Today because of zealous conservation, most of the wall still is present, and walkers are welcome to trek the length of it, enjoying the amazing views of the stony countryside. One of the best walks in the world, this is where you must hike once in a lifetime.
GR20, Corsica, France
Parts of Corsica’s GR20 is the 180km-long Grande Randonnée that pieces the island from north to south, are extremely tough, though you don’t really need to be a climbing expert. Stunning views of blissful blue lakes, green forests and spiky crags are a major attraction of this walk, while overnight accommodation is generally a bunk bed is a simple pristine to be experienced.
Great Ocean Walk, Australia
The Great Ocean Walk has a long stretch of 104km from Apollo Bay to Glenample Homestead along Victoria’s coast in southern Australia, This walk has a number of highlights in the whole walk which makes visitors confused about exploring which side. Some of the main attractions are lush forests, coastal woodland and magnificent sea stacks (the Twelve Apostles), all topped off with the opportunity to see classic Aussie wildlife like koalas, kangaroos and kookaburras.
Bagan Walk, Myanmar (Burma)
Myanmar (Burma) has become a part of tourist interest in recent years as it is one of the very best walks which you can do in the country. It is one of the World’s great walking trails which is surely remarkable. You can explore the incredible Bagan plain, peppered with over 3000 religious buildings. Though the walk can be warm and dusty due to high temperature, but witnessing the ornate stupas, pagodas and temples close will provide you with an unbelievable experience.
Table Mountain, South Africa
The superb shape of South Africa’s famous Table Mountain will definitely urge you to climb it up. Doing this walk will actually be worth because of the aching calves, the views of the blue sea and the city of Cape Town from the top looks stupendous. You need to have a half day trip to this place as the walk is little tough due to ups and downs of the mountains but it is far beyond the best World’s great walking trails.
Thus these are some of the World’s great walking trails which you must experience.