USA hiking's top destinations


More than 1,000 miles of well-maintained hiking trails may be found in Banff, Alberta, which is famous for its many hiking locations.

Grand Teton National Park

As the spine of Grand Teton National Park, the Teton Range offers hikers one-of-a-kind views as they wind up and around the peaks.

Arches National Park

While some of the rock formations in this national park in eastern Utah may be seen from the road, hiking provides you many opportunity to view them.

Olympic National Park

To its more than 600 miles of excellent trails on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Park attracts hikers from all over the world.

Lake Tahoe

The 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail around Lake Tahoe, and its side paths provide day hikers with a variety of breathtaking panoramas.

Big Sur

Ten state parks are located along this 90-mile stretch of California coastline, which is renowned for its unmatched natural beauty.


Travelers should make their way to Telluride, Colorado, if they wish to climb a 14er (a peak that is more than 14,000 feet above sea level).

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