5: Appalachian Trail, Maine
The well-renowned, 100-mile wilderness of Maine is Appalachian Trail's longest part, which does not cross a paved path. Luckily for northeastern hikers, the initial 30 miles of the road exhibits some of the best features of the trail. A mildly rugged terrain, explorers could expect to lock horns with lush maple forests, Lower Wilson Falls, the rustic backwoods of Maine and their panoramic views, and rocky rushing rivers.
Address: Rangeley, ME 04970