A trek over and through some of the world's biggest mountain ranges and landmarks is the best way to enjoy the beauty in nature and glories mixed with a human's fortitude and ambition. Trekking is a flee that helps us discover what real adventure is and how much we push our limits. It takes a strong, dedicated, and bold person to embark on a trek.

Lifelong moments and great experiences are what you can expect from the treks. It a one of a kind experience that needs preparation and training but the journey can change your life.

Best Treks in the World

Routeburn (New Zealand)

The track can be found on New Zealand’s South Island, overlapping two national parks. The highest point on this trek is Harris Saddle, the track has been in use since the 1800s. You can witness magnificent mountain peaks, dazzling lakes, and beautiful waterfalls.

Zanskar Gorge (India)

The trail can be your best adventure, you can experience it best in January and February when the temperature is lowest. The Trek takes 6 days to complete and connects you to the villages of Zanskar valley. At the night the temperature drops to -25c.

Annapurna Base Camp (Nepal)

The Annapurna Base Camp reaches an altitude of about 4000m, making it one of the most breathtaking treks in Nepal. This trek is the most difficult. You can experience the Annapurna Sanctuary which is all surrounded by huge mountains.

Everest Base Camp (Nepal)

Mount Everest is a bucket list for almost every hiker and trekker around the world. When you reach the altitude of 5500m you will witness some of the best scenics like majestic rivers, Sherpa villages, and Buddhist monasteries. The Everest Base camp ranges from moderate to strenuous and requires a good level of fitness to cover the trek. The round trip will take around 12 days to complete and experience the world’s tallest mountain.

El Camino de Santiago (Spain)

El Camino de Santiago has been a pilgrimage route for the people since 9 CE. The trek is made for the serious trekkers as well as a network of pilgrims’ paths that lead people to the shrine of the apostle Saint James. The path is well known to the people who love hiking and cycling.

John Muir Trail (USA)

It is one of the most popular trails in the USA, the whole trail is spread over 220 miles through California's Sierra Nevada. There are 6 mountain ranges almost 3000 to 4000 m high. It will take 20 days to finish the trek, during the trek you will pass some of the famous spots like Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Park, and Kings Canyon National Park.

Mount Fuji (Japan)

Mount Fuji is Japan’s highest mountain and lies in an active volcano, it is also the 7th highest peak in the world.It is a challenging task and a pretty hefty rise at 3776 meters, but it is considered manageable even for amateurs. Many trekkers around the world climb Mount Fuji and witness the beautiful sunrise above the clouds.

Missinaibi Headwaters (Canada)

Missinaibi Headwater in Canada is one of the most difficult treks across frozen lakes, trees, and rivers. You must have the proper gear to survive on this trek including supplies that can help you to last conveniently for almost 10 days and subzero temperatures.