Walking Guides and TripsBelow are popular Walking 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.
Walk along the river where the historic railway once traveled and end up at a stunning amphitheater of carved limestone
Walks in East Kent
Hidden waterfall of Etiwanda
Dramatic and always scenic. Hiking the Waihee ridgeline up in the Maui mountains.
From Georgetown to Calico Rocks Campground, this 48 miles is the first of four sections on the C & O Canal Towpath trail
As sure as the earth moves in Berkeley, there's a volcano just off Skyline Boulevard.
Alternate access to Claremont Wilderness loop.
One of the easiest and most accessible hikes in the Granite Chief Wilderness in Lake Tahoe.
Park northwest of Winston-Salem has some of the state's prettiest waterfalls east of the Appalachian Mountains.
Discover some of the best-kept architecture secrets of downtown San Francisco
One of three sections of the Nore Valley Walk,following the River Nore and featuring members of the Food and Craft Trail
Walks in West Kent
Hike beside the famous broad beaches of Huntington on this easy, flat, paved multi-use trail.
Climb up to Black Hill with great views from the summit.
Looking for a flat yet scenic hike perfect for novice hikers and/or flat-land visitors? You'll love this historic hike.
From Massabesic Lake to Great Bay, this trail offers pretty ponds, beautiful bridges and a shady ride in the NH forests.
A quick stroll to see the tallest waterfall in Northern America crash down on the rocks below
Alum Rock Park, created in 1872 as the first municipal park in California, offers ancient rocks & new geologic changes.
The essential Henry Coe Hike: 10 arduous miles through the park's demanding mountainous terrain.
Sea lions, shore birds and more share this gorgeous chunk of Pacific Coast south of Carmel, California