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.
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.
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 loop traversing open grassy ridges and forested pathways in Tilden Regional Park
A nice hike through the jungle to great view of Kailua, Maunawilli Falls, and a swimming hole
A scenic hike in either direction with the creme' de la creme' Alamere Falls as your reward
Hidden waterfall of Etiwanda
Maggies Peaks overlook the rapturous blue waters of Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, Granite Lake and Desolation Wilderness.
Hike along the Coastal Trail from the Cliff House at Lands End to the Golden Gate Bridge
A strenuous 9 mile out-and-back hike that visits two beautiful seasonal waterfalls in Orange County.
Via Whiteface Landing on Lake Placid. This is a great peak to finish your ADK on as your family can drive up to meet you
This is a fun alternative bushwack climb to the top of Esther from the Whiteface Memorial Highway.
A fun loop hike up Big Slide and Yard with an easy descent down a ridge over the Brothers in the High Peaks of NY.
This is one of my favorite shuttled-car loop hikes in the High Peaks with a beautiful ridge descent with open views.
Two more high peaks on an easy climb from the Lake Road below.
Mt. Marcy Via Johns Brook Lodge. The Highpoint of New York State.
Two enormous bald summit 46ers and a trailess Gray Peak in a day loop hike form Heart Lake. A state highpoint as well.
Climb this trailess peak from Upper Works to claim another 46er and the southernmost peak of the MacIntyre Range.
In this long hike you will climb three more 46er peaks that do not have maintained trails on them.