Welcome to Trekopedia!
Outstanding hiking & cycling treks from around the world
Hello! And welcome to Trekopedia, our collection of information and resources covering some of our favorite long-distance hiking / walking trails.
Trekopedia is a community project. There are no ads and no nonsense. This is our way of giving back to the community. Most of the content available on this site wouldn’t be possible without the tireless efforts of many in the community. We hope you find Trekopedia useful in your own planning.
Here are the long-distance trails we are currently covering:
Legendary 800 km / 500 mi pilgrimage trail starting on the French side of the Pyrenees at Saint Jean Pied de Port and crossing northern Spain to the historic and beautiful city of Santiago de Compostela, with an optional extension to Fisterra at the “end of the world”, on the coast. Over the past decade, this ancient trail has become one of the most popular long-distance walks in the world, drawing walkers of all ages. ==> Jump to our Camino Francés page.
Lycian Way (aka “Likya Yolu”)
Heralded as one of the top 10 long-distance trails in the world, this 400+ km / 250 mi walk along Turkey’s rugged, beautiful Turquoise Coast has jaw-dropping scenery, ancient historical sites, incredibly friendly people, delicious food, and constantly changing terrain. ==> Jump to our Lycian Way page.
This official UK National Trail is a 160 km / 100 mi trek through the picturesque Cotswolds region of the UK, running from the picturesque wool-town of Chipping Campden in the north to the historic city of Bath in the south. It is a beautiful walk between charming villages and towns, climbing and descending lots of hills, passing many historical attractions, and encountering almost constant panoramic viewpoints. It is a peaceful, charming, contemplative walk. ==> Jump to our Cotswold Way page.
West Highland Way
Officially recognized as one of Scotland’s Great Trails, this popular 154 km / 96 mi walk through the scenic Scottish highlands starts in Milngavie, on the outskirts of Glasgow, and finishes in the Highland town of Fort William, close to the foot of Ben Nevis (the highest mountain in the British Isles). It’s an outstanding walk – highly recommended. ==> Jump to our West Highland Way page.
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See you on the trails!