You may have seen the book ‘ Blue List ‘ by Lonely Planet. Travel space will give you a taste of the content of this book (a new version is published every year) by publishing different ‘ Best of ‘ presented by Lonely Planet.
Our first chronicle is for travellers who are fond of hiking. For example, in its 2006-2007 Blue list, Lonely Planet listed what it believes to be the most beautiful hikes in the world. Do you have any idea who’s in it? This is the top 3 of Lonely Planet.
Position 1: The base camp of Everest
3 week hike that will take you to Kala Pattar, at a height of 5545 meters (18 183 feet).
Position 2: The path of the Incas
A 33 km long trail that will lead you from the Sacred Valley to the famous Matchu Picchu.
Position 3: GR20 in Corsica (France)
As with the other two positions, the GR20 is undoubtedly a very demanding trail. On the other hand, as for the others, the landscapes are worth a lot of effort. The GR20 is 168 km long and takes about 15 days to walk.
Of all the other hikes on the Lonely Planet list, only one is closer to Canada: The Narrows in the United States.