Joe’s got a lot in common with best walking trails around me. They all have a great aesthetic element. There are a few differences with the different ones though, I’m going to get some things out of that. First and foremost, they all have a really steep base. With these, the more you take, the harder you go. The trail also has a more narrow base for each of its features.
I also love this idea of combining the two of them: the trails have the same base (except on the down section) but the down section has less steepness. This creates more challenging terrain. And the best aspect is the way the trails are a little tougher. The trails are steep enough to make you really want to quit, and the obstacles are a bit tougher. If I had to choose one, it would be the downhill section.
I thought I’d try to combine the best of these two walks in one. I’m going to combine the two of them up in one, then see where that one goes after that, then create a downhill route. My first idea was to do one of these and then go downhill again. Old blog: I’d say that the first of these walks are the best ones that you can get as they are the most challenging.