Guess Where? Quiz – World’s Most Famous Treks


Whether you’re heading for snowy peaks, rushing rivers, ancient ruins or just a walk in the woods, these well-worn trails will take you there.

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Considered the most difficult of all of Europe’s “GR” long distance treks, the “GR20” runs 111 miles (180 km) and gains 39,000 feet (12,000m) in altitude as it traverses this French island in a journey that typically takes 14 days to complete.
Thru-hikers pass through 14 states between Georgia and Maine if they traverse the entire 2,200 miles (3,500 kilometers) of this famous American trail.
Every year, an eye-popping 40,000 people walk for two weeks to 17,900-feet (5,364 meters) where they can get an up-close-and-personal view of the world’s highest mountain and the teams prepping to climb it.
You can hike or ride a mule on the Bright Angel Trail to and/or from Phantom Ranch in this spectacular national park.
The Routeburn Track and the Milford Track are the most famous “tramping” routes in this scenic country.
The John Muir Trail runs from the top of Mt. Whitney through the Sierra Nevadas to the valley floor of this national park that Muir helped establish.
This ancient path takes four days to lead hikers to Peru’s famed Machu Picchu ruins.
A round-trip trek from the grassy savannah to the glaciers atop this 19,341-foot Tanzanian volcanic peak takes between 5-9 days.
Which of the following treks is NOT included in America’s “Triple Crown of Hiking”?
For more than a thousand years, pilgrims have trekked over the the Pyrenees from France into Spain to honor the the Apostle James. What is the name of this famous trek?

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