Sites containing some or all of a significant tourist trek involving at least 1 overnight. Trek (hike) must have a specific name, a defined route or routes and often/normally done in total.
|Aasivissuit - Nipisat||Arctic Circle Trail : Kangerlussuaq / Sisimiut (Duration: 7 days or more)|
|Australian Convict Sites||Great North Road - The Convict Trail|
|Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape||South West Coast Path|
|Dorset and East Devon Coast||South West Coast Path|
|Frontiers of the Roman Empire||Hadrian's Wall Path|
|Fujisan||Climb it: mostly done on an overnight hike|
|Great Smoky Mountains||The Appalachian Trail|
|Gunung Mulu||Mulu summit trail|
|Huascaran National Park||Several multi-day treks, such as the Santa Cruz or the Huayhuash treks.|
|Kilimanjaro National Park||Climb of Kilimanjaro|
|Kinabalu Park||2 day trek|
|Lake District||The Coast to Coast Walk, which crosses the north of England from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, traverses the national park from west to east.|
|Laponian Area||The Kungsleden (King's Way)|
|Los Glaciares||Several, including Paso del Viento (2 days)|
|Machu Picchu||Inca Trail|
|Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal||Offa's Dyke is among the most popular long-distance walking routes in Europe. The Trail diverts onto the canal towing-path to Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. (nom file)|
|Route of Santiago de Compostela|
|Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France|
|Sagarmatha National Park||Everest Base Camp Trek|
|Saint Catherine Area||Sinai Trail: Egypt’s 1st long distance hiking trail.|
|Tasmanian Wilderness||Overland Track|
|Te Wahipounamu||Milford Trail|
|Tongariro National Park||Tongariro Northern Circuit, a two to four day tour, which is one of New Zealand's nine Great Walks|
|Upper Middle Rhine Valley||Rheinsteig, 320km long|
|Val d'Orcia||Via Francigena (Pilgrims Route to Rome)|
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