Crater Lake Trail
Strap on your snowshoes for this winter walk around the deepest lake in America. You haven't seen Crater Lake until you've seen it with a blanket snow!
Trek across Catalina, a small island off the coast of California. The trail winds up steep mountain slopes, past bison and foxes and includes plenty of spectacular views that stretch to snow-covered mountains on the mainland.
Kilimanjaro (Northern Circuit)
Tromp to the top of Africa’s highest peak, a whopping 19000-feet (6000m) above sea level! From jungles to glaciers, there’s a lot to see!
Sydney City Walk
Head down under and check out a bushwalk in Australia! Or rather, through the heart of Sydney.... which actually does include some bushwalking!
Lone Star Trail
The Lone Star Trail is the longest continuously marked and maintained footpath in Texas! Follow this little-known footpath as it winds through the Sam Houston National Forest.
Tour Mont Blanc
Take a trek through the world-famous Alps of Europe! This route will circle around Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Western Europe passing through France, Italy and Switzerland.
Hike the length of Corsica—a beautiful island in the Mediterranean Sea—along the roughest, toughest GR route in Europe!
Florida Keys Trail
Warm up with a brisk walk through the Florida Keys following the old railroad built to connect Key West with mainland America.
From giant glaciers to tiny wildflowers, the aptly-named Wonderland Trail hits it all on this trip around Mount Rainier.
Great Allegheny Passage
This trail picks up where the C&O left off in Cumberland, MD, as does the historical content including coal mining, coke ovens and finishing up in steel capital of the world: Pittsburgh, PA.
Tahoe Rim Trail
Lake Tahoe's dazzling blue waters will have you gasping in awe, and you'll see it from every perspective along this hike around the lake.
Scottish Highlands Way
Travel through the famed Scottish Highlands from Glasgow to Inverness along the West Highland and Great Glen Ways, including a summit of Britain's tallest peak: Ben Nevis.
The C&O Canal, follows alongside the Potomac River from Washington, DC, on an old towpath championed by George Washington himself. This is a walk through history that includes the French and Indian War, Civil War and more!
Trek a few safari routes to see amazing African wildlife including (but not limited to) elephants, zebras, lions, cheetahs and more!
John Muir Trail
Hike the crown of the Sierra Nevada from Yosemite Valley to the highest peak in the contiguous United States: Mount Whitney!
Portugal Camino (Coastal)
Enjoy a walk along the beautiful Portuguese and Spanish coasts from Porto to Santiago and beyond!
America's first long-distance hiking trail, the Long Trail spans the length of Vermont—and we'll be hitting it at the peak of the fall foliage!
Explore the arctic along the Kungsleden Trail through northern Sweden, the land of the midnight sun and northern lights.
Superior Hiking Trail
Follow the shore of Lake Superior from the Wisconsin border to the Canadian border along the North Shore of Minnesota!
Seattle City Walk
Take a tour of the famous (and infamous) sites of Seattle. Even if you've lived here all your life, I'll bet you discover something new!
Portugal Camino (Central)
Follow the Camino de Santiago from Lisbon to Santiago along the Portuguese Central route.
This beautiful trail runs the north-south length of Jordan. Beginning at the Red Sea, it leads through the vastness of Wadi Rum, the ancient ruins of Petra, by the Dead Sea (far below sea level!) and so much more!
Chemin Le Puy
Part of a larger network of trails known as the Camino de Santiago, this ancient pilgrimage route meanders through the scenic French countryside.
Walk along the backbone of the Rocky Mountains among the highest peaks of Colorado. The air may be thin, but the views can't be beat!
Follow in the footsteps of millions along this ancient pilgrimage route through the Spanish countryside on your way to Santiago.
Hike from the Mexican border to the Utah border, through the hottest of deserts and lush forests, from snow-covered peaks to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Pacific Northwest Trail
Hike from the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park to the Pacific Ocean in Olympic National Park, more-or-less following close to the Canadian border the entire way. It’s an epic hike like you’ve never seen before!
It's the grand-daddy of long-distance hiking trails! Stretching from Georgia to Maine and capturing the imagination of millions, now it's your chance to hike this world-famous trail!
Pacific Crest Trail
Hike from Mexico to Canada, through searing deserts and over snow-covered mountains—the PCT takes you through some of the wildest, jaw-dropping scenery in North America!
Continental Divide Trail
Follow the Continental Divide from Mexico to Canada! This national scenic trail runs through deserts, forests and alpine wildernesses...and some of the wildest terrain left in the contiguous United States.