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Top 10 Greatest Hiking Or Traveling Songs Of All Time

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Top 10 Greatest Hiking Or Traveling Songs Of All Time
Looking for some music to add to your hiking or traveling playlist? These songs keep you energetic inside your tent, up a steep pathway, or to accompany your hiking video or image slideshow.

At the same time, you may not love all of this music on your playlist, there will definitely be enough to keep you entertained, motivated and enjoying the hiking or traveling that little bit more.

The late, great Bob Marley said it best, ” One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain…” So, it only makes sense that when we’re enjoying the best of what life has to offer, from hiking to camping or traveling and enjoying time with family or friends, the right music track makes all the difference.

Take a look at some of the best hiking and travel songs as selected by Hiking Camping Guide. We hope to have covered something for everyone!

Carolina In My Mind

Artist: James Taylor
Album: James Taylor
Released: 1968
Genre: Folk

These Boots Are Made For Walkin’

Artist: Nancy Sinatra
Album: Boots
Released: 1966
Genre: Pop

Walk On The Wild Side

Artist: Lou Reed
Album: Transformer
Released: 1972
Genre: Rock

I’ve Been Everywhere

Artist: Johnny Cash
Album: Unchained
Released: 1996
Genre: Classic country

Up Around The Bend

Artist: Creedence Clearwater Revival
Album: Cosmo’s Factory
Released: 1970
Genre: Rock

Take Me Home Country Road

Artist: John Denver
Album: Poems, Prayers & Promises
Released: 1971
Awards: Grammy Hall of Fame
Genres: Country, Pop

Best Day Of My Life

Artist: American Authors
Album: Oh, What a Life
Released: 2014
Label: Mercury, Island
Genre: Alternative/Indie

Wagon Wheel

Artist: Old Crow Medicine Show
Album: Old Crow Medicine Show
Released: 2004
Genre: Bluegrass

Dreamer

Artist: The Tallest Man on Earth
Album: Sometimes the Blues Is Just a Passing Bird
Released: 2010
Genre: Alternative/Indie

You’ll Never Walk Alone

Artist: Gerry and the Pacemakers
Album: How Do You Like It
Released: 1963
Nominations: NME Award for British Single
Genres: Easy listening, Rock, Pop

Be Careful:
While you want to enjoy your favorites hiking or traveling song, others people may not love to hear them. Don’t be one of those persons who play songs through their speakers, like ‘teenagers’ do on the back of the bus, and don’t forget to buy a good pair of headphones.

If you’re using your smartphone or iPod to listen to music when hiking or traveling, then just be careful of your phone or iPod charge. The last thing you want is to check your GPS ,maps or some emergency calls and find your battery charge is on less than 10%, so use your phone carefully or take a portable charger with you so it can give you some backup charge.

Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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