“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” -Lao Tzu
This long-distance trail was established in 2015. It runs for about 650 km from the north to the south of the country. It passes through well-known highlights like Dana, Petra, Wadi Rum, and the Red Sea. It is said that Jesus, Moses, and Mohamed have all three walk part of the trail. Even if some does the trail as a pilgrim, you don't have to be religious to enjoy the rich history this trail has to offer.
This long-distance was officially opened in 2011. The Te Araroa has it all, you will walk on beaches, farmland, rainforest, marsh areas, volcanoes, and exposed ridges. The multiple river crossings, strong wind, and unpredictable weather will keep you on your toes.
The Appalachian Trail is a well-known long-distance trail, it finishes at Mount Katahdin in Maine. The less known International Appalachian Trail starts from Mount Katahdin and extends all the way to the tip of Gaspésie (Canada). Where the Appalachian mountain range meets the sea. The Québec section of this trail is known for being one of the best parts.