Photos From My Favorite Hikes Around the World

This week the #FriFotos theme is HIKES. I’m not what you would normally call an outdoorsy person, but in spite of that I find myself hiking a lot of the time and all over the world. Even though I may complain about them during the adventure, the amazing views are almost always worth the hiking efforts.

Spanish Pyrenees


Plitvice National Park, Croatia
Plitvice National Park, Croatia


Monastery at Petra
Hiking at Petra in Jordan is always worth it


West Coast Drive New Zealand
Lake Matheson, New Zealand


Harbour Island, Bahamas


Naio Gulch, Lanai Hawaii


Kings Canyon, Australia
Kings Canyon, Australia


Kingsmere Lake
A hike in Kingsmere Lake, Saskatchewan included a boat




God's Window, South Africa
God’s Window, South Africa


Cap de Creus Natural Park, Spain


Mount Liamuiga, St Kitts


Walled town of Ston, Croatia

By: Matt Long

Matt has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go, what to see and how to experience the best the world has to offer.

13 thoughts on “Photos From My Favorite Hikes Around the World”

  1. Wow! I’m glad to find another traveler who’s not much of a hiker. Views like these always make me wish I was one. :)

    1. Most of the photos were taken with my Nikon D5100, just the general 18-55 lens. A few of the photos here were taken on a Kodak point and shoot :)

  2. Hi Matt, Saw something you had posted about Iceland, but now I can’t find it again. We share a love of traveling. As a little girl, my dream and goal was to see the world, all of it. This next trip in Aug. and Sept. will put me over 100 countries, most in depth. So, my question to you is, where in northern Iceland would you go to see geothermal activity? I’ve read some about areas around Lake Myvatn, Krafla and Viti to the north and the
    Askja region to the south. I want to drive as much as possible and keep the hiking to a minimum. Somewhere in these areas there were vivid warnings about breathing in too much sulfur. Any suggestions? I’d be most grateful for your insight if you’ve been to these areas. Thanks so much!

    1. Connie, thanks for the question but I’m sadly not familiar with Iceland. I would post the question on Twitter to @WheresAndrew, he’s an Iceland guru

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