Trekking routes are found in the world’s best destinations and are located in places you cannot reach any other way, as they are off the beaten track. Trekking routes are global but the main factor is the mountains and therefore the landscape is the key feature here. In America, The Rockies of Canada and USA have many trekking routes also including the wilderness of Alaska and Andes mountains with the added interest of Machu Picchu. Asia also has routes in Himalayan regions of Nepal and Tibet, desert landscapes of India and historical and cultural regions of China. Trekking routes in Africa are in the deserts of Namibia, the Sahara and mountain peak of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. In Europe the routes include Alpine areas of France, Italy, Switzerland, Slovenia, Hills of Tuscany, coastlines of Amalfi and lakes of Northern Italy. Also in France the routes consist of the mountains of the Pyrenees and rivers such as Loire. There are also many in volcanic landscapes of Iceland, South Italy and Canary Islands. Trekking routes in Africa are in the deserts of Namibia, the Sahara and mountain peak of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The major factor of all the locations is ‘Responsible Tourism,’ for tourists who trek to these destinations are inclined to respect the countryside and the culture of the people. Landscape is a key feature in the location of trekking holidays. A variety of landscapes from mountains to plains, deserts to glaciers are essential topographical features for a trekking holiday. Huge landmarks of Asia contain the world’s highest peaks which attract walkers and trekkers. India varies from desert to the hill ranges of Rajasthan. The high altitude is demanding of the walker and acclimatization is essential to prevent mountain sickness. North America offers wonderful mountain and desert scenery such as Death Valley. Trekking in Tunisia offers a view through the Sahara Desert and the famous sand-dunes at Krar Ghilane. There are impressive landscapes...
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