Backpacking Guides and TripsBelow are popular Backpacking guides and trips that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
Loop trail from Tuolumne Meadows to Upper Young Lake and return.
Hike from the historical monastery of Dadivank through canyons and a tunnel to the hot springs near Zuar village.
This is a fun hike that loops around Mt. Spokane, via Mt. Kit Carson and Day Mountain.
ATV, UTV and 4X4 guide through some of the most desolate, inhospitable, wild, and rough terrain in the United States.
20 mile trail near Garletts Corner, Michigan. Starts at Manistee River trail.
Access to the Upper Sacramento Ditch Trail
Indian Creek & Stevens Gulch Loop from Highway 67 West of Sedalia.
7 to 8 miles trail near Azusa, California
5.2 mile trail near Sisters Oregon in the Three sisters wilderness area
A strenuous hike that takes you up to the peak of Mount Spokane via the steepest ski run, "No Alibi" - great views.
This hike follows the groomed nordic ski trails in the southern part of the park. Easy hiking, but 75% in the sun.
A 7.8 mile hike out-and-back on Trail 100, from Mt. Spokane Park Drive/Summit Road to Smith Gap.
Drive to the top late-June to late-October. The guide also provides trail head information from various parking areas.
Easy trail wanders through forest and lava flow, to Linton Lake. Great hike for kids with very little elevation gain.
Go for the desert waterfalls and incredible views. Perfect hiking in the winter!!!
This is a challenging 13.3 mile hike, with 2,600 foot elevation gain/drop.
Easy hiking that's suitable for everyone. Trails are groomed cross country ski trails.
Every beautiful mile of the Ice Age Trail in Washington County needed for the Meander the Mid-Moraine Award Program
Follow the Ice Age Trail through the Pike Lake Unit and enjoy views from the second highest point in SE Wisconsin.