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.
Distinctive and dominant on the Phoenix landscape, Camelback Mountain is just begging to be conquered.
Winter and spring rains create scenic waterfalls in this hike at Mount Diablo, the East Bay's signature peak.
lots of ruins, waterfalls, trains, and river views
tons of ruins and artifacts along the Patapsco river
Plus the L.A. zoo, hiking and rides on historic trains, a carousel and ponies
A short hike to the base of Manoa Falls, passing through movie scene locations from Jurassic Park and Lost
Over 5 miles worth of scenic ocean trails in Rancho Palos Verde, California
2.1 mile trail near Auburn, California (also near Sacramento, Cool, and Placerville)
From Georgetown to Calico Rocks Campground, this 48 miles is the first of four sections on the C & O Canal Towpath trail
8.8 mile trail in Sierra Madre, California
Climb Mt. Colden on this beautiful loop hike through Avalanche Pass and returning via Lake Arnold.
Alum Rock Park, created in 1872 as the first municipal park in California, offers ancient rocks & new geologic changes.
Park northwest of Winston-Salem has some of the state's prettiest waterfalls east of the Appalachian Mountains.
Slicing Into the Front Range
Wine country also makes excellent hiking country, as illustrated by this great Napa hillside route.
One of the easiest and most accessible hikes in the Granite Chief Wilderness in Lake Tahoe.
A scenic hike in either direction with the creme' de la creme' Alamere Falls as your reward
A trek through Lake Tahoe's Desolation Wilderness past Velma Lake, Fontanillis Lake, Dicks Lake, and Eagle Lake
Looking for a flat yet scenic hike perfect for novice hikers and/or flat-land visitors? You'll love this historic hike.
Hike beside the famous broad beaches of Huntington on this easy, flat, paved multi-use trail.