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.
The nature of Maine's forested state offers a lot of options for adventure. If you're thinking about taking your next family vacation to Acadia, keep in mind that the park's rocky pathways might be difficult for weak legs.
Canoe across the local waters, test your talents on one of the many rock faces, or test the powder on Whiteface Mountain.
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.
Take a boat tour through Tracy Arm Fjord to observe melting glaciers and swimming seals, or go to the breath-taking Mendenhall Glacier, which requires a strenuous climb.