Hikes

Hikes

National Scenic Trails

There are currently 11 National Scenic Trails across the continental United States of America, totaling more than 18,700 miles.

  • Appalachian Trail (AT) (~2,200 miles)
  • Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) (~2,650 miles)
  • Continental Divide Trail (CDT) (~3,100 miles)
  • Ice Age Trail (IAT) (~1,100 miles)
  • Pacific Northwest Trail (PNT) (~1,200 miles)
  • North Country Trail (NCT) (~4,600 miles)
  • Arizona Trail (AZT) (807 miles)
  • Natchez Trace Trail (NTT) (695 miles)
  • New England Trail (NET) (220 miles)
  • Potomac Heritage Trail (PHT) (~700 miles)
  • Florida Trail (FT) (~1,400 miles)

Long Distance Hikes

These are trails that look interesting to me and are 100 miles or more in length.

Shorter Distance Hikes

Day hikes and other trails under 100 miles.

  • Laugavegurinn, Iceland (34-48 miles)
  • Kings Peak, Utah (28.8 miles)
  • Santa Cruz Trek, Cordillera Blanca, Peru (30+ miles)
  • West Highland Way, Scotland (96 miles)
  • U.S. National Parks
    • Yosemite Grand Traverse, California (60 miles)
    • Grand Canyon Rim to Rim, Arizona (44 miles)
    • Yellowstone’s Wild Southwest, Wyoming (27 miles)
    • Zion Narrows, Utah (12 miles)
    • Angels Landing, Utah (5 miles)
  • Kungsleden, Sweden (65 miles)
  • Fitz Roy Trek, Patagonia, Argentina (36 miles)
  • Petra Through the Back Door, Jordan (50 miles)
  • Grindelwald, Switzerland (10 miles)
  • Chilkoot Trail, Alaska and Yukon Territory, U.S. and Canada (33 miles)
  • Tonquin Valley, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada (27 miles)
  • Bay of Fires, Tasmania, Australia (16 miles)
  • Long Range Traverse, Newfoundland, Canada (23 miles)
  • Queen Charlotte Track, New Zealand (44 miles)
  • Kalalau Trail, Kauai, Hawaii (22 miles)