ANGELS LANDING – UTAH, USA
Angels Landing is a 1,488 ft (454 m) rock formation in Zion National Park. This 2.5 mile trail that was cut into solid rock in 1926, will take you all the way to the top of Angels Landing to give you a stunning view of Zion Canyon. The hike isn’t too difficult physically. However, the last section can push you mentally because it’s very steep and the sheer drop-offs can put your nerves on edge. This hike isn’t for people who are afraid of heights!
COPPERS CANYON TRAIL – MEXICO
Copper Canyon is a group of six distinct canyons in the heart of Mexico’s Tarahumara Mountains. The brightly colored copper and green canyon walls span for 37,000 miles. A hiking adventure here not only means beautiful desert landscapes but getting to understand the culture of the region. This area of Mexico is home to communities of the Raramuris or Tarahumars, the indigenous people that have lived here for centuries and intertwined their lives with the mountains.