hiking

5 Reasons to Hike the Treasure Loop Trail Today!

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!

Cholla Trail

How to Hike the Cholla Trail at Camelback Mountain

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.

Here’s how.

How to Hike the Aspen Loop Trail in Flagstaff, AZ

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.

Hiking Machu Picchu On Your Own

Hiking Machu Picchu on Your Own Made Easy (Under $200!)

Visiting Machu Picchu is at the top of many bucket lists. But, many see the cost of the Inca trail — usually ranging from $500-$900 — and are immediately put off by it.

Sure, you can take the train. But, you want the whole experience of hiking and making it worthwhile. You’re also not trying to break the bank, though.

Well, luckily, you don’t have to.

Why Every Traveler Should Escape the City and Hit the Trails

Cities are great, but there isn’t much like getting out of the tall buildings and chaos to see the natural side of a country. It’s these lesser-known parts that offer the most authentic side, in my opinion. You learn what the area was like before this massive grid of buildings was placed here and expanded upon, destroying everything in its path.

And, okay, I may have lied about my true feelings in the first sentence. I think cities are boring and mundane most of the time. There are exceptions, of course, but most cities I’ve visited are simply a faceless facade that covers a more beautiful interior of a country.