Utah may be a giant desert, but it's still got plenty of waterfalls for adventurous hikers to chase.
Soaking in the fresh mountain air while staring off into the wild yonder is great, but after about ten minutes you’re going to be itching for something to do.
Embarking upon the road toward your next adventure can be as exciting as the trail itself.
Not only is Scottsdale known as the "most livable city", it’s also home to some of the most beautiful urban hiking in the state.
Every Arizonan knows our state is underrated. The Mogollon Rim — just northeast of Payson — is a fine example of the abundant beauty Arizona has to offer.
This might sound kind of crazy, but camping in the rain is more fun than you think.
Visiting the Space Needle, exploring Pike Place Market, and touring the old underground city are staples on any Seattle trip, but you’ll need your hiking boots to discover the area’s most majestic attractions.
Here’s a list of the top outfitters who offer hiking tours at Grand Canyon, along with a brief overview of the day hikes and multi-day tours that they offer.
Some areas of Olympic National Park are only accessible by daring backpackers and mountain climbers, but much of it, including many of the park’s most scenic and enchanting areas, are accessible to the entire family.
Waterfalls are awesome and Colorado has a shit-load of them. God knows the spirit of John Denver wants you to go take a hike out to a great waterfall every now and then.