“Environment-dependent” walking trails
Making full use of the high-quality or special environment in which the promenade is located, the promenade is in a subordinate position to cooperate with the environment to complete its most basic tour guiding function.
The most “close to heaven” travel trail in the United States: Hawaii’s “Paradise Road”
There are a total of 4,000 steps rising along the ridge. Together with the mist in the mountains, it seems to be walking towards heaven. It is called “the ladder to heaven”. However, due to disrepair, climbing has been banned.
The most “tea-scented” trail in Zhejiang: Anji Oriental Tea Valley
Hidden in the 10,000 mu white tea garden in Xilong Township, where bamboo and tea are abundant, it is known as “the first township of white tea in China” and “the great bamboo sea in the East”.
The “highest” hiking trail in Nepal: the Himalayas trail
The 1,600-kilometre walk passes several of Nepal’s 8,000-meter peaks – including Mount Everest. Here you can see the routes connecting all the highest altitude trails in the Himalayas. It passes through India, Pakistan, Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan, linking existing pedestrian routes, ancient trade routes and pilgrimage routes.
The most “cliff” trail in South Africa: Keansberg Mountain Park Cliff Trail
If you choose this trail through the epic scenery, you must first climb the chain ladder to the top of this barrier, where the Tugela River flows down in five waterfalls, the second largest in the world. Fall. From here, the cliff walk crosses the cliff, the hut of the Soto shepherd, and then passes through many waterfalls and rivers, extending to the Cathedral Peak Hotel, which symbolizes modern civilization.
The most “painted” tour in the UK: Northern Ireland’s “Dark Hedges”
This beautiful beech tree tunnel, which is as beautiful as a painting, is called “Dark Hedges” by the locals. It is located in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and has a history of about 300 years. In the 18th century, James Stewart is said to have planted 150 beech trees to show off to guests of his estate on the way. Today it has become a famous scenic spot in Northern Ireland.
The most “mysterious” trail in Zhangjiajie: Tianmen Mountain “Pandora’s Box” trail
This trail has been called the “Pandora’s Box” of geography. Some scenes in the movie “Avatar” are imitated from the mountain peaks around this steep staircase.
The most “volcanic” trail in Japan: Mount Fuji Yoshida Trail
The 3,776-meter-tall volcano is the highest point in Japan and attracts more than 300,000 tourists a year, making it one of the most climbed mountains in the world. Along the way, you can stop at any time to have a bowl of noodles, or sit in front of the fire in the hut. If you want to climb to the top to enjoy the sunrise, you will probably make more than a thousand new friends.
The most “beautiful country” trail in Wuyuan: terraced fields trail
The unique 24-season trail takes you across the rope bridge, slides over the zip line, climbs up the high-altitude hot air balloon, and overlooks the hidden “tiyun family”.
The most “cherry blossom” trail Japan: Aomori Hirosaki 20 kilometers cherry blossom street
There are more than 6,500 cherry trees planted in an area of 20 kilometers, which took nearly 20 years to plant. During the cherry blossom season, it is like walking on the pink cherry blossom corridor.
The most “fluorescent” trail in Taiwan: Ruili Firefly Trail in Chiayi County
Every night, you can see tens of thousands of fireflies flying in the valley. Some people describe that walking into the forest is like falling into the Milky Way, which is very romantic and beautiful.
The most “canopy” walking trail in South Africa: Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden canopy walking trail
Affectionately known as the “African Tree Snake” or “Canopy Corridor”, it offers visitors an extraordinary and unique view from the forest floor to the height of the canopy.
The most “olle” trails in South Korea: 26 olle trails in Jeju Island
Olle means “the narrow road connecting the street and the house” in Jeju dialect. No matter which Olle route you walk on, you can see the beautiful scenery of Jeju such as green mountains, clear seas, and small villages.
“Sensory experience” trail
Focusing on one or more sensory experiences such as vision, hearing, touch, smell, etc., through multiple colors, beautiful sounds and other sensory concerns and expressions, endow the trail with more direct and rich sensory functions, bringing tourists special senses Experience the experience.
The most “shaky” trail in Canada: Capilano Air Suspension Bridge Trail
The semi-circular suspension bridge supported by steel rods is built on the granite cliffs, like an “air corridor” suspended over the Capilano River (Capilano River), and it also has a glass viewing platform. Known as “the greatest bridge in the world”, it is a famous scenic spot north of Vancouver, Canada.
The most “overhanging” trail in Canada: Glacier Skywalk
The arc-shaped skywalk protrudes 100 feet (30 meters) from the cliff, and visitors can follow the completely open cliff walk to the glass-floor viewing platform 280 meters (918 feet) above the Sunwapta Valley . On the sky walk, you can enjoy the view of the New Nevada Canyon and reach the mountains of Jasper National Park.
The most “water-friendly” trail in Israel: the “Dead Sea” trail
The most “romantic” trail in Ukraine: Kolevin “Tunnel of Love”
This is one of the most famous tree tunnels in the world. It is about 2 miles long. It is a case of transforming an abandoned train track. If it can lead you to find true love, it doesn’t matter if the ticket is a little more expensive.
The most “steep” trail in Shaanxi: Huashan Trail
It is an ancient plank road with a history of more than 700 years. It was built by He Zhizhen, the first master of the Huashan School in the Yuan Dynasty, inlaid with stone nails and set up wooden rafters on the cliff in order to stay away from the world and become an immortal. There are cliffs on the top and bottom of the plank road, which are made of more than 30 centimeters wide wooden boards and stone strips.
The most “healthy” trail in Chile: natural hot spring trail
In Villarrica National Park in southern Chile, in the virgin forest 450 miles south of Santiago, there is a natural hot spring stream flowing through the mountain stream. People built 17 hot spring pools of different sizes with stone materials in this smoky and fairy-like beautiful valley. A winding wooden bridge connects all the ponds in series, allowing people to enjoy the wild scenery of the valley while strolling. , and at the same time choose the open hot spring pool or the more hidden hot spring pool you want to soak in.
The most “interactive” tour in Israel: On the Way to the Sea
Located on the coast of the city of Bat-Yam, Israel, designed by Derman Verbakel Architecture. The purpose of the project design is to encourage tourists to be active on the coast and experience the fun of traveling from the city to the sea. On the Way to the Sea project designed a series of box doors and movable chairs and tables with wheels. Visitors can move these tables and chairs freely, combine them as needed, and even realize their desire to create a personal space in the public area to some extent. Flexible landscape facilities and functional facilities such as tables and chairs inspire tourists to have fun at the seaside and enhance the leisure of the area.
The “sweetest” trail in Chengdu: 180-meter candy trail
The presentation of the candy carpet is to kick off the “Sweet As One” dessert theme exhibition. On the occasion of the first anniversary of Chengdu IFS, we invite everyone to experience the candy-like sweet atmosphere.
The most “Lolita” trail in Japan: Hokkaido Dongzaoqin Park multi-purpose track
The most “soft” tour in Germany: “Bubble” series
Plastique Fantastique Architects in Berlin, Germany is trying out the design concept of new urban public architectural artworks, so that these public architectural artworks can bring people a unique spatial experience. These giant plastic bubble buildings have different shapes and are built in different cities, which can quickly attract people’s attention and become temporary focal points.
The coldest trail in Iceland: Langjökull Ice Cave
The tunnel leads directly to the Langjökull, giving visitors a new perspective on the glacier. In addition to the crystal clear ice and snow, there are different exhibition halls and cafes inside the ice-carved walls. Oh, and there’s also a chapel, complete with wooden pews – maybe someone wants to tie the knot in an ice field!
The most “bouncing” trail in Russia: Nikola-Lenivets Park Trail
This viewing path designed and built by Salto Architects has a total length of 167 feet. The high-elastic material is laid on the sunken ground. It looks like an ordinary asphalt road from a distance. Only by walking up can you experience the mystery of this road: this is A big trampoline running through the park.
The most “cool” trail in France: the “bridal veil” trail in the woods of the Sancy region
The 40-meter-long water curtain spans the small stream of the forest waterfall. Cascading evenly from volcanic ash deposits, the waterfall has been dubbed the “Bridal Veil” for its delicate and feminine appearance. When the sun rises, the light and shadow of the forest and the reflection of the water create a wonderful view of the waterfall. This is an amazing water curtain device designed by French architect Louis Sicard.
The most “sounding” promenade in Hangzhou: Piano Ladder in Wulin Square
The staircase in the underground passage of Hangzhou Wulin Square has been transformed into a staircase that can “play the piano”. The steps of this staircase are arranged in the order of the piano keyboard. Pedestrians feel a different kind of fun.
The most “dangerous” trail in Spain: King’s Trail
The Kings Walk reopened on March 28 this year. Guardrails, handrails and lights have been added to the refurbished trails. Although the degree of thrills has been reduced, the safety factor has been greatly increased.
The most “lost” travel trail in Australia: the IELTS maze
There are 20 labyrinth gardens with different themes in the IELTS maze garden, suitable for “challengers” of different levels. The largest of them is a labyrinth with well-built pine trees as the road boundary. The trees planted in each maze are taller than people.
“Cultural Theme” Walking Trail
The cross-travel trail endows the soul of the cultural theme and makes it come alive. It is a new selling point and source of value for the trail products. It can better highlight the cultural characteristics and connotation of scenic spots, and strengthen the shaping of its characteristic culture and brand influence.
The most “shade” trail in Spain: Theme Umbrella Street
“Floating Umbrella Street” uses umbrellas of various colors as an installation art design. It looks like it is floating, but it is actually hung in the sky by wires in series. It can take shelter from the rain on rainy days and shade from the sun on sunny days. The colorful umbrellas under the sunlight look extraordinarily clear and beautiful, and the shadows on the ground also show interesting patterns.
The most “fortress” trail in Japan: Goryokaku Park, a star-shaped fortress city in the Edo period
Goryokaku Park was originally designed to defend against foreign enemies, but it did not expect to become a place of civil war. In Goryokaku Park, in addition to exploring the secrets of the star-shaped blockhouse at the Goryokaku Observatory Tower, whenever spring comes, Goryokaku, which has 1,660 cherry blossoms, is also a famous flower viewing spot in Japan.
The most “theatre” tour in Japan: “Awaji Dream” stage
It was built to commemorate the 1995 Osaka Earthquake. It consists of 100 steps and a garden trail with 100 flower beds.
The most “O2O” travel trail in Canada: Alberta Corn QR Code Maze
This is a “QR code” corn maze with an area of 28,760 square meters. The most amazing thing is that this QR code is by no means a decoration. If someone flies over the corn maze by helicopter, sticks out his smartphone out of the window, and scans it at the maze, he will be automatically redirected to the exclusive website of the farm.
The most “movie” tour in Hong Kong: Hollywood Walk of Fame
The Avenue of Stars is a seaside promenade on the coast of Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, located between the southern end of Salisbury Garden and the New World Centre. The whole is modeled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and it was built to commend outstanding people in the Hong Kong film industry.
The most “reminiscence” tour trail in Australia: Sydney’s “Street of Angels”
The spectacular scene of 120 birdcages hanging in the air appeared in the alley of Angel Place, which is a classic scene in the famous art program “Forgotten Songs”. The artists used cages suspended in the air to evoke memories of the birds that once inhabited the area, which are facing extinction due to the loss of habitat due to urban development.
The most “symbiotic” trail in Portugal: coastal sand dunes and cliffs “ecological restoration” trail
Create a new value space that highlights the natural landscape according to the site’s character and ecology, and finally connect these value spaces to ensure that tourists can coexist with the seaside safely and harmoniously, while enjoying the magnificent beauty that soothes people’s hearts.
The most “bumpy” trail in Germany: Berlin Stone Park trail
The most “feminist” walking trail in Australia: Sydney Portland State University Heroine Walking Trail
Initiated and organized by faculty and students of the PSU Women’s Studies Program, 2,000 outstanding women’s names are inscribed on the walls of this space in honor of women who have made significant contributions to individuals, PSU, communities, states or the nation.
“Artistic Creativity” Walking Trail
Taking the unique creative form as the first design element to shape the promenade, it is itself a highlight product that catches the eye and attracts the public. Breaking through the original or traditional mode of thought and behavior, this kind of trail itself has the attribute of “work of art”, becoming a good medicine for tourists to awaken their consciousness and heal their souls.
The most “mosaic” trail in the United States: San Francisco Star Trail
The 163 steps share 75,000 tile fragments, mirrors, and stained glass, depicting a dream world from the sun to the bottom of the sea, and is known as the most beautiful staircase in the world. This colorful mosaic staircase took two artists more than two years to complete by hand. There are also various flowers and succulents planted on both sides of the stairs, attracting people to walk up the hill step by step, and at the end of the stairs is the Grand View Park overlooking the panoramic view of West San Francisco.
The most “entangled” trail in Germany: “Tiger and Turtle” fitness trail
“Tiger and Turtle” is 21 meters high. It is a stepped version of the roller coaster, and it is an amazing sculpture creation. This sculpture is from the hands of sculptors Heike Mutter and Ulrich Gess. It uses a steel structure. Visitors can climb up the stairs and challenge their limits.
The most “mirror” promenade in Xi’an: the mirror passage of the Garden Expo Park
The most “illusory” walking trail in France: “Thinking that deceives the brain” 3D painting walking trail
This is a 3D realistic street painting created by a French artist in Lyon for the Renault truck new product launch show. These paintings total more than 4,000 square meters and are intended to allow people to directly experience the new products of Renault Trucks, and by the way, hit the Guinness World Record for the largest street art.
The most “green” trails in the UK: Cells of life
this project was done by american artist charles jencks. “Cell Life” is a land landscape sculpture composed of eight landscape landforms, four lakes, and long dikes connecting them.
The most “spiral” trail in Henan: the 300-foot spiral staircase in Taihang Mountain
The sky ladder is a spiral staircase, 88 meters high, erected high beside the waterfall pool and above the cliffs. Due to health and safety reasons, the stairs are not accessible to everyone. All prospective climbers must sign a form declaring they have no heart or lung problems and are under the age of 60. It takes a lot of courage and physical strength even for young people to climb to the top of the stairs.
The most “twisting” walking trail in the United States: “Jiuquhua Street”
Jiuquhua Street is actually very long. In a very short block between Hyde Street and Leavenworth Street, there are eight sharp turns. Because there is a 40-degree slope and it bends like a “Z”, the car can only go down. single line. Flowers and trees are planted all over the streets: chrysanthemums in spring; roses in summer and chrysanthemums in autumn, adorning it in clusters of flowers. From the heights of Flower Street, you can also overlook the Bay Bridge and Coit Tower. If you don’t drive, you can follow the pedestrian walkways on both sides of Flower Street to enjoy the beautiful scenery.
The most “cloud” promenade in Serbia: beton hala waterfront center promenade
A wrap-around bridge in the air separates the pedestrian walkway from the underground parking garage, and an above-ground transportation hub connects the ferry terminal, trams and buses. The building serves as an integrated system of social and transport functions, located in the cultural center area, connecting multiple areas with a free-flowing circulation vortex system.
The most “human” trail in Shenzhen: Bao’an factory garbage bin landscaping trail
The most “luminous” walking trails in the Netherlands: Luminous walking trails
This luminous bicycle path is 1 km long, and the road is covered with special luminous materials, which can be charged during the day and turned into a road of stars at night.
The most “floating” trail in the Netherlands: floating inflatable wooden track
The most “Q” tour trail in the Netherlands: “Lilliputian” Madurodam
In the area of about 7,000 square meters, representative architectural models of the Netherlands are displayed at a scale of 1/25.
The most “hidden” walking trail in the Netherlands: Moses Invisible Trail
“Moses Bridge” was built by RO & AD Architects in the Netherlands. They used stable and environmentally friendly “Gua wood” to pave a submerged channel on the moat surface. It is understood that the castle where “Moses Bridge” is located is 17 It was built in the 19th century to resist the invasion of France and Spain.
The most “life” trail in Indonesia: “Tree Root Bridge”
For more than 26 years, local resident Pakih Sohan has entangled tree roots to form this sturdy “sidewalk”, and the traffic between the two villages has never been interrupted.
The most “windmill” trail France: Lyon paper windmill trail
The most “dazzling” walking trail in the UK: Starlight Fields
British artist Bruce Munro exhibited the “Field of light starlight field” installation work at the Holburne Museum in Bath. This site surrounds the entire museum building. The artist decorated the entire site with countless colorful lights, illuminating the dark night sky.
Editing: People who explore travel