Appalachian Trail, 14 States
If 2,185.3 miles of scenic, wooded, pastoral, and wild terrain is enough to satisfy your wanderlust, then the Appalachian Trail is the one for you. Spanning 14 states, this trail gives you attraction such as the Great Smokey Mountain National Park and Clingmans’s Dome.
Continental Divide Trail (CDT), New Mexico, Colorado, …show more content…
American Discovery Trail, 13 States
Extending from coast-to-coast, the Atlantic to the Pacific, for some 6, 800 miles and touching 15 states, American Discovery Trail is a non-motorized recreational trail that allows individuals to hike, bike, or ride horses. This trail links a diversity of landscapes, including high mountains, deserts, deep canyons, high plains, prairies and hollows, along with small towns and major cities.
Ice Age Trail, Wisconsin
The Ice Age Trail is a thousand-mile footpath and State Scenic Trail that highlights the glaciated landscape of Wisconsin. This predominantly off-road hiking trail, takes travelers through some of the state’s most beautiful, scenic, and natural terrain, featuring lakes, drumlins, ice-walled-lake plains, outwash plains, kames, eskers, and other older landforms.
North Country Trail (NCT), 7