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Hiking in Flagstaff, United States
Many options are available for day hikers. Both the South Rim and the North Rim offer rim trail hikes that have spectacular views of the inner canyon, some on paved trails. Or you can choose to day hike into the canyon. Day hiking can be a safer and more enjoyable choice than an overnight trip into a difficult area that is beyond the capabilities of any single member of your group.
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Hiking in Wytheville, United States
Appalachia is a cultural region in the Eastern United States that stretches from the Southern Tier of New York to northern Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia. The Appalachian Trail offers unparalleled opportunities to explore, experience, and connect with nature. From the Highlands of Roan in Tennessee to the strenuous trek up Katahdin in Maine, there’s a hike available for every level of experience.
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Hiking in Welch, United States
The first two miles of this popular route is a trail for all seasons, and is usually open all year. This section of the trail rambles along the Salmon through classic old growth rainforest - some of the most accessible in the Portland region. Beyond the riverside segment, the trail climbs to a sweeping viewpoint of the vast Salmon River canyon, with unseen waterfalls roaring in the depths below. It’s hard to imagine that in the 1960s, the Forest Service planned a paved highway up this canyon, connecting to Highway 26 as an alternative route to the current highway.
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Hiking in St. Louis, United States
The Ozark Trail - Chief among trails in Missouri and the Midwest is the Ozark Trail which meanders through our richly beautiful region of the Missouri Ozarks. Hike the highest mountains in Missouri in our St. Francois Mountain sections of the Ozark Trail. In the 1970s work began on a vision to build a scenic and varied route in the Missouri Ozarks, from just outside St. Louis southwest to the Arkansas border, to eventually connect with the Ozark Highlands Trail, creating a 700-mile through-trail.
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Hiking in Springdale, United States
Zion National Park is located in the Southwestern United States, near Springdale, Utah. A prominent feature of the 229-square-mile (590 km2) park is Zion Canyon, which is 15 miles (24 km) long and up to half a mile (800 m) deep, cut through the reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River. Hiking in Zion National Park is perhaps one of the most rewarding things you will ever experience. The wide array of trails vary in difficulty levels as well as scenic views. Many of the park’s most popular trails are accessed from the valley floor along the 6 mile Zion Canyon Scenic Drive.
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Hiking in San Juan, United States
San Juan National Forest - Nearly 3000 square miles of raw American beauty. At Durango's fingertips, the San Juan National Forest sweeps across the landscape, replete with soaring peaks—many over 14,000 feet—canyons, waterfalls, high alpine lakes and archeological ruins. Consider enjoying the landscape from the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, which passes through the Forest.
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Hiking in Malibu, United States
This hike starts out moving north on the pleasant Sycamore Canyon trail for about a mile and a half, where you come to the junction with Serrano Canyon Trail. The Serrano trail takes you east into a densely wooded narrow canyon, with a lovely seasonal stream criss-crossing the trail numerous times, and abundant wildlife. As the trail begins to gain elevation and move north away from the stream, a stunning vista begins to emerge. Gently rolling grasslands set against the steep outlines of Boney Mountain.
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Hiking in Eureka, United States
The Patriots' Path covers roughly 35 miles of terrain. The multi-use trails links parks, open space, recreational facilities, historic sites and other points of interest along the way. The trail is a mix of surfaces, a small section is paved (near Speedwell Lake) but most is dirt, gravel, or crushed stone. Much of the trail follows the corridors of the Whippany and Black rivers and the South Branch of the Raritan, the latter two creating some of the most pristine trout production streams in New Jersey.
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Hiking in Altadena, United States
Switzer Falls might be the best known waterfall hike in Los Angeles County. This 50-foot waterfall is reached via a 4.5 mile out-and-back trek on Gabrielino Trail that follows a shaded babbling creek down into a wooded canyon. This is one of the most popular hikes in front range of the San Gabriel Mountains, with a picnic area at the trail-head that gets crowded too. This upside down hike descends 650 feet from Switzer Picnic Area to the stream below Switzer Falls.
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Hiking in Washington DC, United States
Mount Rainier National Park offers over 260 miles of maintained trails for your enjoyment. Trails lead through the peacefulness of the old-growth forest of the river valleys and the high subalpine meadows on the flanks of Mount Rainier. From the trails you can explore and experience the forests, lakes, and streams and view the fields of wildflowers and network of glaciers.
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Hiking in Kapaa, United States
The island of Kauai is home to some of the best hiking trails in the entire state of Hawaii, if not the world. If you like to hike, Kauai will certainly not disappoint you. It offers a mecca of trails and hikes that vary from 3000' ridge and cliff trails to traversing along the gorgeous Na Pali coastline. Some trails take you for a stroll along the beach, some take you for a journey into Waimea Canyon or into the worlds highest upland swamp, while others climb to thousands of feet above sea level providing you a view that is simply breathtaking. No island, in my opinion, can make the impression on visitors the way the hikes on Kauai can.
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