Guides and TripsBelow are popular 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.
Although this trail is not open for walk-in use by the general public, volunteer trail leaders head trips 3x a week.
Scanning it's expanse, you can see ocean beach, streams, grasses, bushy scrub, and tall, ancient trees.
Dramatic and always scenic. Hiking the Waihee ridgeline up in the Maui mountains.
A short trip into Eaton Canyon for an accessible waterfall. Great wildflowers in the spring, too!
Great views, challenging hiking in the hills southwest of Silicon Valley.
A beautiful multi-landscape trail with many waterfalls and trees. Offers a challenging and well-maintained trail.
A strenuous day hike through a beautiful section of the San Gabriel mountains with a 50 ft. waterfall.
A challenging 11.6 mile out-and-back hike with 4,300 feet of elevation gain to the 8,859′ summit.
A strenuous 11 mile loop hike with nearly 4,000 feet of vertical elevation gain to the 10,068' summit of Baldy.
At 11,503' "Old Greyback" is the tallest mountain in Southern California.
Fun play area with views of Pikes Peak and Air Force Academy.
The water flowing past Big Break Regional Shoreline via the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers drains 1/2 of California.
Some of the highlights along Malibu Creek, in central Malibu Creek State Park.
Rock scrambling and a great workout hike in the southwestern part of Malibu Creek State Park / Castro Crest.
A nice loop in Mount Tamalpais State Park
A moderate 3 mile loop trail that begins and ends at the El Moro Visitor Center
A moderate, 5.5 mile loop that takes you through canyon and up to Moro ridge, with sweeping coastal views.
Enjoy an easy hike through the Cascade foothills to a beautiful set of waterfalls, only 30 minutes from downtown Seattle
A nice hike through the jungle to great view of Kailua, Maunawilli Falls, and a swimming hole
Walks in West Kent