Campsites & Hiking Trails
Information about long-distance footpaths around the globe, grouped by continent. Have you hiked any of these trails or routes? Want to?
Things to think about before you take your first step on the A.T. bound for the other end of the trail
What is a trail register? It is more than a ledger tracking the comings and goings of backcountry users. They are chronicles of adventure, detailing the impressions of time well spent in nature.
High and Dry: Climbing the high points of southern California: San Gorgonio, San Antonio, San Jacinto, and Santiago Peak
San Gorgonio Mountain (11,499’, 3505 meters) is a must for peak baggers. Southern California’s highest peak positively dominates the surroundings for miles with a bit of competition from the neighboring...
Along the Upper Thomas Creek Trail, hikers encounter a diverse array of alpine environments, plentiful wildflowers, and an opportunity to summit a nearby 10,243 foot peak.
A pictorial guide of one of my favorite (long) dayhikes from -- and back to -- the South Rim of Grand Canyon
The Appalachian Mountain range is an ancient band of some of the most beautiful mountain areas in North America. The range stretches from the island of Newfoundland in southeastern Canada and extends 1,500 miles down in...
Recommended hiking trails in and around the mountain town of Ouray
Snowbirds love Jekyll Island Campground because of the many activities offered in the area. Sports, history, great cuisine, and friendly folks make this one of the best Snowbird winter camping destinations for senior...
The 2,100 mile Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia attracts millions of hikers each year. Additionally about 500 people each year successfully backpack the entire length of the trail. This article explores the...
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