7 Longest Hiking Trail in US!

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The United States is home to many beautiful and challenging hiking trails. Here are seven of America's longest hiking trails:

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Florida Trail - The Florida Trail is nearly 1,500 miles long, providing a unique hiking experience through Florida's diverse ecosystems.

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Arizona Trail - The Arizona Trail runs from the border of Mexico to the border of Utah, covering a distance of approximately 800 miles. It passes through a diverse landscape including deserts, valleys, forests and mountains.

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Pacific Northwest Trail (PNT) - The Pacific Northwest Trail is approximately 1,200 miles long, connecting the Continental Divide Trail in Montana to the Pacific Ocean in Washington.

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North Country Trail (NCT) - Spanning approximately 4,600 miles, the North Country Trail is the longest National Scenic Trail in the United States.

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Continental Divide Trail (CDT) - The Continental Divide Trail is approximately 3,100 miles long and follows America's Continental Divide along the Rocky Mountains.

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Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) - The Pacific Crest Trail covers approximately 2,650 miles along the West Coast of the United States.

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Appalachian Trail (AT) - Spanning approximately 2,190 miles, the Appalachian Trail is the longest hiking trail in the United States. It stretches from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine.

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U.S Route 212 – Beartooth Scenic Highway, Montana  

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