Take a Walk Along These Beautiful Paths

There is just something about paths that, like sunsets, photographers just can’t stay away from. They appear so magical and ethereal and always have an air of mystery. When trees grow around the path, it gives the illusion that something mysterious is just beyond that bend. We’ve collected a few of our favorite path photos to inspire you to go out and take a walk, a hike, a bike ride, or just explore the world around you.

Path to Spean Bridge, Scotland

Take a walk along this mysterious path to a historical site in Scotland that will offer you views of the amazing landscape that the island has to offer.

Saint Joseph Beach Path, Michigan

Credit: Aaron Burden

Credit: Aaron Burden

Walk along this beach path to the Silver Beach in Saint Joseph, Michigan. Located where the Saint Joseph River meets Lake Michigan, you can take a stroll along the beach and soak up the salt air.

Clarksville Greenway, Tennessee

The Clarksville Greenway is a walking path that runs 4.6 miles along a nearby creek, providing a buffer to the river and helping to ease erosion. It is a beautiful path, lined with trees, drawing hikers for miles around.

Torii at the Fushimi Inari-taisha

Credit: Lin Mei

Credit: Lin Mei

This path leads to the Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine in Kyoto, japan. The structures that line the path are called Torii, and are gates that help to separate the profane from the sacred, the secular from the divine.

Alberta, Canada


Credit: Ezra Jeffrey

Take a walk along this spooky tree-lined path in Alberta and see where the bend in the road takes you. In the summer the trees may be full and lush and the grasses may sway with the breeze, but in the winter you can walk amongst the empty branches and dry grasses for a spooky stroll.

Winter Path in Birmingham, England


Credit: Tony Hisgett

Take a stroll along this majestic winter wonderland located in the suburb of Ridgeacre on the Western edge of Birmingham City in England.

The Prince’s Gardens, Groningen, Netherlands

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The Prinsentuin, or Prince’s Gardens, is located in Groningen in the Netherlands. Take a walk through the hedges or the rose gardens and enjoy the majesty and quiet of the gardens.

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