20 BEST HIKES
IN EUROPE

MAY – SEPTEMBER

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OUR CHALLENGE TO YOU IS TO HELP US FIND THE 20 BEST HIKING TRAILS IN EUROPE.

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IF YOU KNOW A GOOD TRAIL, SUBMIT IT BELOW AND WAIT TO SEE IF IT GETS PICKED.

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IF YOUR HIKE IS PICKED, WE’LL ASK YOU TO GO ON IT AND SHARE YOUR ADVENTURE VIA @THEEVERYDAYEXPLORERS ON INSTAGRAM.

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SUBMIT YOUR HIKE

WHO WILL BE HIKING?

WHERE IS IT? Include a google maps link

How to include a link

WHAT KIND OF TERRAIN IS IT? Mountain, forest, coastline etc.

WHEN WILL YOU BE GOING ON THIS HIKE?

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WHY DO YOU THINK IT IS ONE OF THE BEST 20 HIKES?

This could be anything to do with a cultural anecdote, local story, historical link, a characteristic in the landscape, a national point of view, or simply for the stunning views.

BEST HIKES SO FAR

The Rosengarten Group – Italy

Continuing our quest to find the 20 Best Hikes in Europe, we asked the German outdoor magazine, airFreshing.com, what they considered to be one of the finest trails. From reading the below, it’s easy to see how their five-day tour of the Rosengarten Group in the South Tyrolean Dolomites made the pick. It is no coincidence that the South Tyrolean Rosengarten group is one of the most magical destinations in the Alps. It even cast its spell over Empress Elisabeth of Austria.

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Grande Travesata delle Alpi – Italy

In our mission to find the 20 Best Hikes in Europe, we asked Belgian outdoor magazine Op Weg to share their favourite trail on the continent. The winner for them ended up being the Grande Travesata delle Alpi in Italy and below is their description and photos of this scenic trail. The Grande Travesata delle Alpi (GTA) is a magnificent, 1000 km long trail across the ‘wild west’ of the Italian Alps.

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Hadrian’s Wall – UK

Along Hadrian’s Wall We were ill prepared. That’s why we were walking through the English countryside at 3AM after two hours sleep. The rain started gently so we ignored it. We battened down the cosy hatches of our sleeping bags and hoped that it was just a shower. We’d been walking well and we’d covered 25 km since we’d departed Carlisle the previous evening and we were ready for rest.

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