Established in 1951, the Fannie Stebbins Memorial Wildlife Refuge provides hikers and bird enthusiasts with a chance to explore over 330 acres of pristine floodplain land along the Connecticut River.
A pictorial guide of one of my favorite (long) dayhikes from -- and back to -- the South Rim of Grand Canyon
If you've been looking for a unique place to hike around Los Angeles, the Devil's Punchbowl may be it. This canyon is 300 feet deep and filled with interesting formations carved out by water erosion.
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.
Information about long-distance footpaths around the globe, grouped by continent. Have you hiked any of these trails or routes? Want to?
Many popular trails are found in the mountains to the west of Reno, but few realize the hiking opportunities along the lowest stretches of Galena, Whites, and Thomas Creeks, in the Sierra foothills.
A dayhike to the O'Leary Lookout
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...
Things to think about before you take your first step on the A.T. bound for the other end of the trail
Wind Cave is a great trail right outside of Logan, UT. This short, steep, scenic trail leads to a beautiful triple arch cave.