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Share it: Hiking is an incredible aerobic workout, and it’s even more enjoyable with unforgettable views of panoramic landscapes or rarely seen wildlife. Many of us have probably even planned hikes solely on their spectacular photo opportunities. 10 of the most incredible hiking trails our planet has to offer. I hope this video will help some of you:) For copyright matters please contact me at: theto.

It’s a big, beautiful world out there. Let’s hike it. Compiling the 50 Best Hikes in the World was a monumental task—perhaps even a futile one, as for every hike, trek and walk we included, we left 100 off. (And more.) But a Bucket List has to start somewhere. From the verdant ecosystems of Canada’s west coast, to the craggy sandstone of the American southwest, to the lush jungles and. “ This hike is a 2.5 mile / 4 km hike which takes you partly down the Canyon then to the end of a side, passing by the Petroglyph rock, which is stunning and rich of images of.

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Washington Trails Association 705 2nd Ave, Suite 300 Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 625-1367. Get Trail News Subscribe to our free email newsletter for hiking events, news, gear reviews and more. Hiking For Beginners – The Hiking Guide For Beginners (2020 Update) August 17, 2020 Another 8 things not to do when Hiking in Ireland (Part 3) August 3, 2020 5 More Tips for Navigation from a Former Army Officer (Part 2) June 17, 2020. Fishing, hiking and mountain biking are all popular activities here too. If you want to spend the night, the park offers tent and RV camping, as well as cabins and bunkhouses.

And, if you don’t have a vehicle of your own, you’ll find dirt bikes and ATVs available for rent. Bring your dogs (on leash) and kids on this beautiful, shady hidden gem hike. Take the 2.2 mile hike to Forsythe Falls that will be situated along side Gross Reservoir. 20 Of The Most Beautiful Waterfalls In The US Waimoku Falls | Maui, Hawaii.

Waimoku Falls in Haleakala National Park Kipahulu is more about the journey than the McWay Falls | Big Sur, California. An 80-foot plummet straight into the Pacific Ocean, McWay Falls in Julia Pfeiffer Silver Falls.

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The sheer, granite cliffs and talus of Strawberry Peak’s north face preside over this superb camping/picnic spot.

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Wanting to share the exhilaration I was discovering through the outdoors, I invited her to come with me to one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen—the waterfalls of Havasupai Canyon, just southwest of Grand Canyon National Park.

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Hike southwest from Crater Lake on unmaintained Trail 746B, then north up a rib on Crater’s south ridge, from trees to alpine meadows to rock above 7200 feet.

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The children, Raoul, and I have hiked nearly an hour from Emerald Bay in the Sierra Nevada Mountains to reach the top of this ridge.

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This hike meanders up Liberty Creek and along a hillside through the park before gaining nearly 1,200 feet in elevation.

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Once I hiked the Rocky Mountains photographing flower-covered alpine meadows and breathtaking sunsets from our 10,000-foot base camp.

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| Rocky Mountain National Park | Trailhead: at Glacier Gorge Junction, about 1 mile from Bear Lake.

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The children, Raoul, and I have hiked an hour from Emerald Bay in the Sierra Nevada Mountains to reach the top of this ridge.

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Fryxell alone climbed Rockchuck Peak, Mount Woodring (Peak 11,585), Bivouac Peak, and Mount Hunt for the first time.

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With my childhood friends, I had hiked not just in Yosemite and Yellowstone but also in Olympic, Glacier, Denali, Mesa Verde, Acadia, the Everglades, Zion, and Death Valley, all truly some of the most beautiful and striking spots on earth.

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  • Russia: Спасибо за видео. Хотелось бы видеть видео в качестве 60 fps.:)
    English: Thank you for the video. I would like to see the video at 60 fps.:)

  • Cloud’s Rest at Yosemite brings you out above Half Dome with no crowds or queues along the way. Agree also with the comment below re. Observation Point at Zion. Sadly the trail from the valley was blocked by rock fall last summer but we walked to Observation Point from our campsite on the Mesa. Absolutely stunning.

  • Watching during quarantine and I love this. Thank you for the slow gait, it makes for wonderful watching. Curious as to why no one is waving at you as they pass by.

  • Muchas gracias por el video. Súper reconfortante para caminar en época de cuarentena por la crisis del COVID 19. I’m from Mendoza, Argentina

  • Wanna get in shape while you’re just sitting there?
    Click x2 on the playback speed…it’s like your taking a mountain jog…while you’re just sit there

  • The hike requires crossing a narrow sandstone ridge with support chains and, later, a steep staircase made of stone. It’s slippery, and eight people have died on the trail since 2004

  • This Channel deserves millions of views.. its very good footage, nice quality AND WITH REAL Ambient SOUND NOT THAT IDIOT BORING MUSIC!

  • I visited Zion last year but never got to do this hike. I’m hoping within the next year or so, I can return and hopefully I’ll be physically strong enough to make it! I love heights, and this video made me just that much more excited.

  • I am Ali from Saudi Arabia. Wow, great video. I wish to accompany him writing the addresses of these sites. Also, I would like to know the type of photographic equipment. Because photography is very professional and I liked it. There is no video vibration!!!

  • Mont Blanc is considered the highest mountain in WESTERN Europe. The highest mountain in the whole of Europe is Mount Elbrus in Russia.

  • so awesome travel vlog my friend.I love wonderful Europe.I enjoyed it so much. please keep it up.Greeting from italy.I already give you my full support with subscriber,bell,like,comment my friend.

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  • This is a great video. If I could make one suggestion. You have a gimble, so you can walk freely, and I think you should. You are in nature, yet your steps are like a metronome. Maybe you add “step” sound effects in post production, is what I keep thinking. If you are playing camera dolly, then may I suggest something to shield the mic from your shoes. Any piece of plastic between the mic, and your shoes would work. Create a sound shadow.

  • Nice. Enjoyable. However, I find hard to imagine I am on the walk. When people way they don’t constantly look ahead. They look at flora, fauna, and especially the scenery around them. The video is unrealistic.

  • Ummm, what about listing at least one of New Zealand’s Great Walks? They’re amazing especially the Abel Tasman walk! You can walk it in flipflops!

  • I could do without the sound of the footsteps. They sound like a horse clopping down a cobblestone street. Other than that, very nice.

  • I very much enjoyed this video until I realized the bird chirping is the same sound clip over and over. Now it’s muted playing in my office since I’m working at home now. I stop at times and just lean back in amazement. Still 5 stars! This place has moved to the top of my list to hike.

  • Thank you for not sdding music behind your video like so many do! It’s so soothing to just hear the crunch of your footsteps and the sounds of nature!

  • It is April 2020, I live by myself in a city, I love outdoors, and I am isolated for 5 weeks now. I’m glad I’ve found this video today! Thank you so much. Really.

  • All these “bests” are subjective.  shrug  Though if TRUE, I’ve been on 3 of the BEST in the world!  But I’ve been on some not mentioned.  However, if you do have a bucket list, Angel’s Landing and Half Dome in Yosemite (to include the cables) ought to be on your list.  And okay, Himalaya’s well, sure seems they should be added, but a NOT a cheap hike on most of them.  Grand Canyon of course on of the top places to see, but again it’s all subjective

  • A few years ago I watched two kids ride unicycles all the way up and all the way down, never getting off to walk. And that includes the chain area.

  • Just WoW
    Would Like to go there
    I have been Trekking Nanga Parbat Base Camp & Now Planning to K2 Base Camp But this Trail is very Beautiful

  • Thanks for doing this virtual hike! I’m amazed that you were able to film without a lot of people on the trail, although you probably cut them out in editing. Beautiful scenery! I miss hiking during this pandemic and look forward to getting back on the Bruce Trail in southern Ontario, Canada.

  • Thank you for this hiking experience, especially during times of cold and snow, like right now. What model drone did you use? I love the idea of using a drone, so much nicer and pleasant than the bouncing up and down and back and forth of other hikes I’ve watched. I understand the usage of the walking noise, but they weren’t in sync with the drone, which was much faster, leaving one to think the hiker had a 6 or 7 foot stride. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed the hike, which gave me even more reasons why I love the northwest so much. Such beauty. Nice that it wasn’t raining or misty, as that area is prone to get. And THANKS for there being no soundtrack, as nature doesn’t come with one, only the sounds of…..well…….nature (God’s music).

  • I like it, but the footsteps are so fake and distracting, sorry. I hope this sounds as constructive as I mean it, I am very appreciative of this video, I am practicing saxophone and love it, but the footsteps are so fake, its torture, anyway, volume off is better, but it would be nice to have real foot steps, these sound like a Sasquatch munching mixed with bird tweets.:)

  • What music do you fellow hikers out there like if I get a chance to listen to some music when on my hiking trips I always choose music like Delta Parole or Guns N Roses, the rawness is the best with nature.

  • Hiked this about 5 years back. It was one of the most amazing hiking experiences I’ve had. It’s listed as one of the hikes you have to do before you die, so get out there and do it!

  • Lots of irritated people here. Do they really expect the makers of this video to know about ALL the beautiful places in the world??? Africa have some REALLY nice places btw…

  • On my first visit to Zion many years ago, my good friend tried to get me and his wife to go on this trail. We both said no way! If you don’t want to take the risks associated with this trail. do the Canyon Overlook Trail instead. It’s much shorter, less strenuous and less treacherous, but you get spectacular views similar to if not better than from the vantage points on Angel’s Landing. Plus, the Angel’s Landing trail is very crowded usually-especially during the summer months when the park is at its peak visitation.

  • OMG, I just stumbled across this video. I’m doing two of these hikes back-to-back in a couple of weeks (Cinque Terre and Tour du Mont Blanc). Can. not. wait.