There are many interesting destinations also outside of Europe for adventure, with new lands to be explored. We recently discussed new places to discover like Scotland and the Dolomites but there are so many more to learn all about.
If you like to travel and don’t mind long trips, one of the destinations we’d suggest is Himalaya, the mountain range with the highest peaks in the world. It offers many different, exciting trails, with all levels of difficulty with something for all types of hikers.
For those seeking breathtaking landscapes on their travels, start with the “Valley of Flowers trek” located in the national park of the same name. It is considered one of the best summer hikes and is suitable for even the novice hiker. It offers truly unique views thanks to the contrast of vegetation with the snow-capped mountains and glaciers surrounding the valley.
Another hike that photography aficionados must add to their bucket lists is the “Kashmir Great Lakes trek”: it includes five breathtaking lakes that are like heaven on earth. You will make your way through maple and pine forests, rivers, valleys and tiny hamlets.
If we turn our attention to the United States, there are many interesting destinations.
The Yosemite National Park, the dream excursion for many, is a triumph of mountainous landscapes, forests full of gigantic trees, waterfalls and rivers — all places to be discovered with a pack on your shoulders.
Sedona — a city in the desert surrounded by red hills — is a must-visit in Arizona, as is the famous Grand Canyon. Explore it with a guide or on your own, on foot or on horseback. The Colorado River is certainly one of the greatest attractions here. This is one of the most important rivers in the southwestern United States, and it runs through these amazing rocky landscapes.
This summer, set off on an exciting, reinvigorating holiday that leads you to discover landscapes. Share the best photos of your trip with us so that we can discover these and other lands together, giving in to that #StayWild mood!
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