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The White Rim Overlook Trail is an easy 0.9 mile out and back hike in the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park, bringing hikers to panoramic views overlooking the deep chasms surrounding the point.
Whale Rock is a moderate 0.4 mile hike in the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park, bringing hikers to the top of a sandstone fin with 360 degree panoramic views.
The Murphy Trail is an 11 mile round trip lollipop loop hike that starts in the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park, Utah.
The Lower Calf Creek Falls Trail is an easy 3 mile hike in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah that features a beautiful waterfall pouring over 126 feet into a blue-green pool below.
The Cottonwood Narrows hike is an easy 1.7 mile through a deep gorge along Cottonwood Creek in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah.
Whether you’re hiking among black bears, grizzly bears, or both, the general rules for not getting into trouble are pretty consistent. Following them can ensure that you have a safe and exciting time in the outdoors.
The Balanced Rock Trail is an easy 0.3 mile hike in Arches National Park that circumnavigates the prominent titular sandstone feature.
The Sand Dune Arch and Broken Arch hike is a 1.7 mile round trip, with the option to extend it into 2.9 miles to include Tapestry Arch and the full Broken Arch Loop.
The summer season in Grand Teton National Park is prime hiking season. This is a short list of classic must-do hikes in the park.
The Lava Trail Loop is a 1 mile loop on Hell’s Half Acre, Idaho that brings hikers across a rugged and wild volcanic landscape.
The Twenty Mile Trail is a 5.1 mile hike in Hell’s Half Acre beginning at the Lava Rocks Trailhead in the Snake River Plain of southeastern Idaho. While the trail itself is 4.5 miles, it will require you to use a section of the shorter loop trail which will add about 0.5 miles each way.
The Garnet Canyon hike in Grand Teton National Park is a strenuous 4.2 trail that optionally continues farther up to the Lower Saddle and beyond.
The Broken Top Loop Trail is an easy 1.8 mile loop in Craters of the Moon National Monument that brings hikers around the youngest volcano on the Snake River Plain.
Grand Teton National Park has no shortage of incredible hiking opportunities. With over 200 miles of trails within the park boundaries, it can keep mountain lovers always thirsting for more.
The Tree Molds Trail is an easy 1 mile hike in Craters of the Moon National Monument to a unique feature in a lava flow.
Five of the best hiking trails that Capitol Reef National Park and its Waterpocket Fold has to offer, ranging from short and easy to long and strenuous.
The Inferno Cone hike is a strenuous 0.2 mile trail in Craters of the Moon National Monument that goes straight up a cinder cone to provide panoramic views of the surrounding terrain.
Grand Wash is an easy 2.3 mile hike in Capitol Reef National Park that brings hikers through a deep canyon with imposing narrows roughly halfway through the hike.
The Devil’s Orchard Trail is an easy 0.5 mile paved loop in Craters of the Moon National Monument that features large chunks of lava carried down from the nearby craters.
The Spatter Cone Trail is an easy 0.1 mile paved trail that brings visitors into a dormant spatter cone in Craters of the Moon National Monument.
Springtime hiking in Grand Teton National Park is still highly enjoyable despite the Teton Mountains being covered in snow.