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Trailblazing Adventure Awaits: Discover America's Legendary Long-Distance Hiking Trails

In honor of National Trails Day, explore three thrilling treks promising unforgettable adventures.

A sunset going down behing a mountain on the Pacific Crest Trail

As National Trails Day approaches on June 3, adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers gear up to celebrate the vast network of trails that crisscross the United States. With approximately 200,000 miles of trails around the country, there are endless opportunities for outdoor exploration. For the true trailblazers, three legendary hikes stand out: the Pacific Crest Trail, the Appalachian Trail and the Continental Divide Trail. These long-distance treks showcase the breathtaking beauty of America’s diverse landscapes, awe-inspiring natural wonders and stunning vistas. If you’re itching for an unforgettable adventure that takes your love of hiking to new levels, here’s a little about what to expect on these exhilarating experiences.

The Pacific Crest Trail
The Pacific Crest Trail stretches a whopping 2,650 miles traversing some of the most picturesque regions of the American West. Cutting through California, Oregon and Washington, the PCT showcases dazzling vistas, lush forests, alpine meadows and majestic mountains. See the breathtaking Sierra Nevada Range with its towering peaks and pristine lakes then take in Cascade Range’s volcanic landscapes. The trail also winds through renowned National Parks such as Yosemite, Crater Lake and North Cascades—giving hikers the chance to explore the unparalleled beauty of these iconic destinations.

Looking down a wooded forest on the Appalachian Trail

The Appalachian Trail
Covering more than 2,190 miles from Georgia to Maine, the Appalachian Trail is the oldest and most famous long-distance hiking trail in the United States. Meandering through 14 states along the Appalachian Mountains, the trail offers serious hikers a journey through abundant forests, charming rural communities, historical landmarks and encounters with wildlife. The trail not only showcases the region’s natural beauty, but it also serves up a glimpse into its rich history and diverse cultures.

The Continental Divide Trail
Spanning roughly 3,100 miles from the Mexican border all the way up to Canada, the Continental Divide Trail highlights the rugged allure of the Rocky Mountains and the expansive spaces of the Great Basin. Passing through five states—New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana—taking on this challenging trek is a true test of endurance. Immerse yourself in the untamed wilderness and remote terrain for a chance to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and experience the unspoiled ecosystems of this profound adventure.