Discover the best hiking apps to find trails. From trail info to creating custom maps, enjoy these apps on your phone and make the most of your hiking trips.
Calling all hiking lovers! Explore the Mount Willard hike in the White Mountains in New Hampshire. Reach the summit of Mt. Willard and enjoy the gorgeous views.
Discover the best hikes in White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire! Explore stunning mountain trails in the heart of nature’s beauty.
Hiking in Phuket!? Isn’t it just for beaches? You’d be surprised how great hiking is in Phuket, Thailand. You can find the best Phuket hiking trails here.
There may not be any treasure in Lost Dutchman State Park, but Treasure Loop Trail 56 is as close as you’ll come! With a well-marked path, gorgeous views, and mild hills, it’s perfect for solo hikers, couples, or families. Here are 5 reasons you should hit the Treasure Loop Trail today!
The Cholla Trail at Camelback Mountain is one of the most popular hikes in the Phoenix, Arizona area. With the Echo Canyon Trail coming up the opposite side of Camelback Mountain, the Cholla hiking trail gives you a different and slightly more technical approach. But, with patience, anyone can hike the Cholla Trail in Scottsdale.…
The Aspen Loop Trail near Flagstaff in northern Arizona is the perfect way to see the fall foliage in Flagstaff. It’s an easy hike that takes you through the pine trees and aspen trees that fill the Flagstaff, Arizona, Snowbowl. So, if you’re looking for a quick day hike, you’ve come to the right place.
The Echo Canyon Trail on Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona, is one of the most popular urban hikes in the area. Located in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona area, you’ll find families, couples, and solo hikers climbing to the top to take in the beautiful panoramic view of Phoenix. And you can enjoy this trail, too!
Hiking Machu Picchu on your own is a dream for many. But it can be expensive, and you’re not trying to break the bank. You don’t have to. Read more here.
Covid was a nature awakening for many. Being cooped up in houses, restrictions on where you could go, and general anxiety led people to search for an escape. And, for many, that escape was hitting the trails.