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AustraliaParks VictoriaGreat Ocean Walk etc.
The State of Victoria in Australia has approximately 8000 kilometres of trails, 50% of which are managed directly by Parks Victoria. These trails include a number of long distance walking trails which mostly traverse through iconic national parks.
AustraliaGeographe Bay Tourism AssociationCape to Cape Track
The Cape to Cape Track is situated in the far south western corner of Western Australia. It runs for 135 km along the spine of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, through the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, between the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin. The Track mostly follows the coast, alternating spectacular sweeping cliff-top views with stretches of pristine beach.
CanadaThe Bruce Trail ConservancyBruce Trail
The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest continuous footpath in Canada. More than 1,000 of dedicated volunteers care for 890Km of the Bruce Trail run most densely populated areas, hills, spectacular sceneries and winding paths along coasts.
FinlandMetsahallitusKarhunkierros Trail
Karhunkierros is an 80-km-long trail that runs through forested hill country in Northeast Finland, passing many of the most spectacular natural landscapes of Oulanka National Park. Hikers can enjoy superb views and get a good general impression of the area’s rare and diverse ecosystems. The trail runs through fairly easy and even forest terrain in the north of the national park before leading along rocky river gorges and up and down steeper wooded fells in the southern part of the park.
FranceFrench Rambling AssociationRandonnee
It consists of 120 committees which have 210,000 members within 3,347 clubs and its 62% are women in French Rambling Association. 6,000 out of 20,000 voluntary members are way markers, and 3,540 out of 5,500 leaders are certified and 640 are local organizers.
GermanyEuropean Ramblers' Association
ERA was founded in 1969. ERA has 55 member organisations from 30 European countries and 1 organisation from Israel, 1 from North America and 2 organisations from Morocco as observing members. The newest members come from the South-Eastern corner of Europe, where walking is not only relevant for the health of the population, but also as a very important touristic activity.
GermanyRomantic Road Tourist Association GbRRomantic Road
The Romantic Road is most popular and well-known path of Germany tourism routes connecting between the River Main and Mt. Alps.
480 km trail was newly developed to give a pleasure of walking through the path from the vineyards along the River Main to the foot of Mt. Alps, where the highest mountain in Germany, Mt. Zugspitzeto, is visible. As the most popular thematic trail, the Romantic Road was developed in 1950.
IsraelIsrael Trails Committee Israel National Trail
Since almost every trail passes through lands of the JNF or the Nature & Parks Authority, the ITC's seamless cooperation with these organizations is directly responsible for the creation of new trails and the harmony in maintaining established trails.
ItalyThe Cinque Terre National Park Cinque Terre
The first image that comes to mind when one thinks of Cinque Terre is that one of a rugged mountain terrain with dry stone walls holding up wine yards. An impressive and unique landscape as result of local collective creativity that was capable of overcoming the difficulties posed by the environment in order to develop a unique and special form of agriculture. It’s a landscape constructed by craftsmen, with skill and knowledge, to obtain a practical method of survival for themselves and their descendents. It is the work of the local Cinque Terre people, that has spanned over a thousand years. Together these people have worked towards one vision – to live, produce and be part of a community.
JapanOrganization for Promotion of Tourism in ShikokuShikoku O-Henro
‘The journey around the island to all 88 temples is approximately 1450 km long. Shikoku has a unique Henro culture. The Henro is a 1450km pilgrimage that has connected 88 temples around the island of Shikoku since 815 A.D. Shikoku also has a set of scenic trails and roads called Shikoku no Michi, a 1600km historic route around Shikoku.
JapanKyushu Tourism Promotion OrganizationKyushu Olle
Kyushu Island is one of the four major islands of Japan, closest to South Korea. Kyushu Tourism Promotion Organization (KTPO) was established in 2005 by seven prefectural governments and businesses in the Island. The public-private entity promotes Kyushu Island as a compelling travel destination for international travelers by developing creative marketing campaigns.
JapanTottori Walking AssociationWalking Resort
Tottori Walking Association (T.W.A) aims to create “Walking Resort” in Japan. “Walking Resort” is a coined word we made, which stands for an imaginable place for all walkers and nature-lovers. T.W.A. started in 2000. Since then, we have walked almost all of trails in Tottori, found a lot of beautiful places, and made good walking courses to promote.
KoreaJeju Olle FoundationJeju Olle
As Korea's most representative walking trail, the Jeju Olle is a beautiful trekking course developed along the coast of Jeju Island. It is the No. 1 destination of the Korean people. The Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism and the Korea Tourism Organization awarded Jeju Olle as the 'Star of Korean Tour Industry Events' in 2010, recognizing it as Korea's top tour brand.
The Jeju Olle walking journey is also included in the seven events of the Visit Korea Years.
The Jeju Olle has developed 26 courses for a total of 425km as of the end of November 2012.
The Jeju Olle Foundation continues exploring Jeju Island looking for beautiful paths and trails for walkers.
LebanonLebanon Mountain Trail AssociationLebanontrail
The (LMT) is the first long-distance hiking trail in Lebanon. It extends from Al-Qbaiyat in the north of Lebanon to Marjaayoun in the south, a 440-km (275 miles) path that transects more than 75 towns and villages at altitude ranging from 600 meters to 2,000 meters (about 1,800-6,000 feet) above sea level.
NepalThe Great Himalaya Trail Development Programme - SNV NepalThe Great Himalaya Trail 
Nepal’s GHT is divided into ten connecting treks with duration of 2-3 weeks each on average. The treks can be done subsequently or completely separate from each other. Besides, each GHT section features a number of side-treks of varying duration and difficulty, some of which require camping equipment and others that can be done teahouse style.
NepalThe Great Himalaya Trail Development Programme - SNV NepalThe Great Himalaya Trail 
Nepal’s GHT is divided into ten connecting treks with duration of 2-3 weeks each on average. The treks can be done subsequently or completely separate from each other. Besides, each GHT section features a number of side-treks of varying duration and difficulty, some of which require camping equipment and others that can be done teahouse style.
Rep. South AfricaRim of Africa TrailRim of Africa Trail
The Rim of Africa is a mountain passage through wild space. The vast World Heritage Site of the Cape Floral Kingdom is at the heart of this trail, as it follows the Cape Fold Mountains from the North to the East. Walking the Rim of Africa or a section thereof is an opportunity to spend time reconnecting with the grandeur and unique biodiversity of these mountains.
New ZlealandDepartment of ConservationMilford Track
Ever since the claim was made in the London Spectator in 1908, the Milford Track has been referred to as "the finest walk in the world". This reputation has remained true, with people travelling from all over the world to experience the grandeur of the mountains in the heart of spectacular Fiordland National Park. The Milford Track is located in Fiordland National Park, part of Te Wahipounamu - South West New Zealand World Heritage Area. In the Great Walks season (Oct- April), the journey must be walked over 3 nights and 4 days. It is 53.5 km in length and rises to 1154 metres at Pass Shelter, the highest point on the track.
SwitzerlandSwiss Hiking FederationSwiss Hiking Routes
Swiss Hiking Federation, founded in 1934, is the umbrella organization of 26 cantonal hiking associations in Switzerland. We are the national partner for all hiking interests in Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein and deeply committed to an attractive, extensive and safe hiking trail network with a standard and complete trail marking.
TurkishTurkish Culture Routes SocietyThe Lycian Way
Turkey’s Culture Routes Society is a newly-formed non-profit organisation linking Culture Routes working groups throughout Turkey. It has an office and small shop in central Antalya, only 15 minutes from the international airport. Currently, the Society represents 17 varied trails, ranging from 120km to 600km in length, and 4 clusters of daywalks.
UgandaUganda Wildlife AuthorityBujuku-Mubuku Circuit
The trail is popularly known as the Central Circuit, used mainly by Mountaineers trekking to the various peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains. The trail is also used by leisure visitors who simply want to admire the scenery and wildlife and enjoy nature at is best.
EnglandCotswolds Conservation BoardCotswold Way
The Cotswold Way National Trail is a long distance walking route in the West of England winding for 102 miles (164 km) through some of the world’s most historic and beautiful landscapes.
EnglandOffa's Dyke Path National TrailOffa's Dyke Path National Trail
The Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail is a well maintained long distance route, a flagship for access in the Welsh/ English Borders ( Marches ). Trail management follows least restrictive principles and practice where reasonably practicable, being well maintained with easy to use furniture on accurately waymarked routes.
EnglandPeddars Way & Norfolk Coast PathPeddars Way
The Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path National Trail starts in Suffolk at Knettishall Heath Country Park and follows the route of a Roman road to Holme-next-the-Sea on the north Norfolk coast. At Holme the Peddars Way meets the Norfolk Coast Path as it runs from Hunstanton to Cromer.Fantastic scenery and landscape cover the 150 km (93 miles) of the two trails of the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path. The majority of the Trails run through the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and the Brecks, a unique area of forest, heath and low river valleys. The Norfolk Coast Path seamlessly joins all the coastal towns and villages between Hunstanton and Cromer. One moment you are walking through harbours and villages where people have for generations lived and worked to the rhythm of the tides, the next a beach that has itself responded to the demands of the sea by advancing or retreating over time. A coast stuffed full of wild landscapes, the honk of wintering geese and the summer hue of sea lavender below singing sky larks.
U.S.A.American Trails
American Trails is a national nonprofit organization in the United States that has been working for 24 years to serve as a forum and a catalyst to improve the quality of life for all Americans by pursuing, preserving, protecting, and providing access to a national infrastructure of trails and greenways that benefit all trail users and activities.
U.S.A.Appalachian Trail ConservancyAppalachian Trail
The idea for an Appalachian Trail (A.T.) was conceived by forester and regional planner Benton MacKaye in 1921 as a respite from rapid urbanization, and as a connection to and among thriving, sustainable rural communities. MacKaye’s vision became a reality in subsequent years by a group of highly dedicated volunteer leaders. The trail was completed in 1937.
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