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Enter if You Dare: 10 Most Perilous Hiking Trails in World

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Dangerous paths and mountain passes have always attracted thrill seekers mainly due to the unprecedented rush of adrenaline and breathtaking views from the tops of such inaccessible places.

It takes a lot of courage to tackle some dangerous, but very famous hiking trails with the most amazing and stunning views.

A bottomless abyss below, wild animals, unbearable heat, — all these obstacles are just a little bit of what can turn your hike into a real extreme adventure.

To conquer such routes, it is necessary to arm yourself with the best equipment, and have willpower in abundance.

© Depositphotos / UTBPAerial Ireland countryside tourist attraction in County Clare. The Cliffs of Moher sunset and Burren Ireland displaying the epic Irish landscape along the Wild Atlantic Way.
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Aerial Ireland countryside tourist attraction in County Clare. The Cliffs of Moher sunset and Burren Ireland displaying the epic Irish landscape along the Wild Atlantic Way.
© Sputnik / Anton Podgayko / Go to the photo bankParticipants during a high-speed ascent to the western peak of Elbrus as part of the IX International Festival of Extreme Sports Red Fox Elbrus Race in the Kabardino-Balkar Republic.
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Participants during a high-speed ascent to the western peak of Elbrus as part of the IX International Festival of Extreme Sports Red Fox Elbrus Race in the Kabardino-Balkar Republic.
© AFP 2021 / Jorge GuerreroJournalists walk during a visit to the foot-path "El Caminito del Rey" (King's little path) a narrow walkway carved out of the steep walls of a defile in Ardales near Malaga on March 15, 2015. The half-mile (one-meter) wide and 4.3-mile (7.7-km) long path, at a 328-foot (100-meter) height, was closed in the mid 1990's after several hikers died when walking it. Once restored, it was reopened to the public on March 28, 2015.
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Journalists walk during a visit to the foot-path "El Caminito del Rey" (King's little path) a narrow walkway carved out of the steep walls of a defile in Ardales near Malaga on March 15, 2015. The half-mile (one-meter) wide and 4.3-mile (7.7-km) long path, at a 328-foot (100-meter) height, was closed in the mid 1990's after several hikers died when walking it. Once restored, it was reopened to the public on March 28, 2015.
© Depositphotos / SunsingerA dog sitting against the backdrop of the volcano Pacaya in Guatemala, Central America. Pacaya stands a whopping 8,373 feet (2,552 meters) tall and the trek has an elevation gain of around 1,500 feet (457 meters).
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A dog sitting against the backdrop of the volcano Pacaya in Guatemala, Central America. Pacaya stands a whopping 8,373 feet (2,552 meters) tall and the trek has an elevation gain of around 1,500 feet (457 meters).
CC BY-SA 3.0 / Bjørn Christian Tørrissen / Todra Gorge Morning (Cropped photo)The Todra Gorge in Morocco seen upwards from above the narrowest bit at the opening.
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The Todra Gorge in Morocco seen upwards from above the narrowest bit at the opening.
CC BY 4.0 / Kasimys / The Manpupuner rock formations (Cropped photo)One of Russia's natural wonders is located on the Man-Pupu-Ner plateau in the Troitsko-Pechorsky region of the Komi Republic. Seven huge stone giants, ranging in height from 98 to 137.7 feet (30 to 42 meters), and also known as weathering pillars can be found here.
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One of Russia's natural wonders is located on the Man-Pupu-Ner plateau in the Troitsko-Pechorsky region of the Komi Republic. Seven huge stone giants, ranging in height from 98 to 137.7 feet (30 to 42 meters), and also known as weathering pillars can be found here.
CC BY-SA 3.0 / Martin St-Amant / Machu Picchu (Cropped photo)Huayna Picchu in Peru is a steep peak featuring the famous relics of a temple complex built by an ancient civilization.
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Huayna Picchu in Peru is a steep peak featuring the famous relics of a temple complex built by an ancient civilization.
CC BY 2.0 / Snowpeak / Canyonlands by snowpeak (Cropped photo)Canyonlands National Park in the US has a labyrinth that covers an area of 16 square miles (46 km2), is a collection of canyons and can only be reached on foot.
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Canyonlands National Park in the US has a labyrinth that covers an area of 16 square miles (46 km2), is a collection of canyons and can only be reached on foot.
© Depositphotos / MaciejBledowskiMount Hua, Shaanxi Province, China. Tourists queue to climb Huashan mountain, one of the top travel destinations in China, during the National Day Golden Week holiday.
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Mount Hua, Shaanxi Province, China. Tourists queue to climb Huashan mountain, one of the top travel destinations in China, during the National Day Golden Week holiday.
CC BY-SA 2.0 / Colin Souza / West Highland Way (Cropped photo)The Aonach Eagach is a rocky ridge lying to the north of Glen Coe in the Scottish Highlands.
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The Aonach Eagach is a rocky ridge lying to the north of Glen Coe in the Scottish Highlands.
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