Like the other Hawaiian Islands, Maui has a variety of physically challenging activities available, including trekking volcanoes and sea kayaking.
The biggest island in Hawaii has five volcanoes, some of which are still active, and a lot of jungle to explore.
Upstate New York's mountainous terrain has a lot to offer thrill-seekers.
For your vacation to Sedona, Arizona, you should carry a pair of durable shoes. The best way to view the town's spectacular red rocks is on foot from one of the area's more than 200 hiking trails.
The "Last Frontier" of America should not be missed if you are an adventure seeker.
Up to the first ski lift was completed in 1972, Telluride, Colorado, was a gold and silver mining town. The town then started to develop as a haven for outdoor adventure.
Chugach State Park in Anchorage, Alaska, displays Mother Nature's daring side and attracts hikers, rock climbers, cross-country skiers, snowmobilers, and snowshoers with its rugged cliffs.