1. Appalachian Trail - Springer Mountain, Georgia to Mount Katahdin, Maine, United States

The granddaddy of mammoth hikes, the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLTRA00058" title="Appalachian National Scenic Trail" href="/topic/travel/tourism-leisure/appalachian-national-scenic-trail-PLTRA00058.topic">Appalachian Trail</a> is over 2,150 miles long and passes through 14 states. While fewer than 500 people successfully hike the trail in its entirety each year, as many as 3 million people complete a portion of it. Not only does the Appalachian Trail fulfil a hiker's desire to experience wildlife in its most wholesome state, the trail is a great way to bond with other passionate hikers, and test one's ability to abandon civilization for significant amounts of time.

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The granddaddy of mammoth hikes, the Appalachian Trail is over 2,150 miles long and passes through 14 states. While fewer than 500 people successfully hike the trail in its entirety each year, as many as 3 million people complete a portion of it. Not only does the Appalachian Trail fulfil a hiker's desire to experience wildlife in its most wholesome state, the trail is a great way to bond with other passionate hikers, and test one's ability to abandon civilization for significant amounts of time.

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