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  1. Ryan June 10, 2013 at 2:03 PM | | Reply

    Great hikes!! Will have to give them a go when I get the chance. Here are a couple of my favourites that also would give these a run for their money:

    Abbott Ridge : Glacier National Park British Columbia : Very difficult hike, (1200m elevation gain over about 6km) but the view from the top is absolutely breathtaking as you are on the top of a mountain surrounded by the amazing vista of Glacier National Park

    Upper Geraldine Falls : Icefield Parkway (near Jasper) : Another challenging one, not a lot of elevation gain but about a 20km return (if you go to the top), mostly over very rugged avalanche rock. The waterfall is breathtaking. One of the most impressive I have ever seen.

  2. Joe June 28, 2013 at 2:16 AM | | Reply

    I love to hike and backpack. Wish I could get out and enjoy it more. Just wanted to throw in a plug for my home state of Arkansas. There are dozens of truly great hikes in The Natural State. Let me recommend the Buffalo River Trail as it meanders along our nations first National River. Hope to tackle your top three some day soon.

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