Hiking Trails and TripsBelow are popular Hiking 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.
Six awesome SoCal training hikes that will whip you into shape for Whitney or other big adventures.
A moderately difficult hike in Topanga Canyon State Park. Lush greens and beautiful views make this trail a hit!
A moderate hike to a ruined mansion in the Santa Monica Mountains, complete with waterfall!
Park northwest of Winston-Salem has some of the state's prettiest waterfalls east of the Appalachian Mountains.
The water flowing past Big Break Regional Shoreline via the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers drains 1/2 of California.
Take an interpretive walk along Folsom Lake to learn about the plants and animals in the area
Walk along the river where the historic railway once traveled and end up at a stunning amphitheater of carved limestone
From Georgetown to Calico Rocks Campground, this 48 miles is the first of four sections on the C & O Canal Towpath trail
From Massabesic Lake to Great Bay, this trail offers pretty ponds, beautiful bridges and a shady ride in the NH forests.
Take a nice hike through the redwoods to Pfeiffer Fall followed by a walk to a stunning view of the Big Sur valley below
Slicing Into the Front Range
Some of the highlights along Malibu Creek, in central Malibu Creek State Park.
Popular site for hiking, paragliding and hang gliding
Rock scrambling and a great workout hike in the southwestern part of Malibu Creek State Park / Castro Crest.
Great way to see the Bay
A short hike with amazing views of the Big Sur coast with a stunning waterfall falling to the sandy beach below
A nice loop in Mount Tamalpais State Park
A moderate 3 mile loop trail that begins and ends at the El Moro Visitor Center
Open grasslands and ocean vistas with stair-climbing in a deep Redwood canyon
Atop Rattlesnake Ridge great views of the surrounding mountains can be seen including Mount Si and Mount Washington.