Red Rocks might be best known for its historic concert venue, but the area around the amphitheatre also boasts some stellar Front Range hikes.
From easy strolls through the woods to rocky scrambles up craggy summits with ocean views, Maine has trails suitable to every type of hiker.
Grand Canyon's epic desert landscape attracts millions of visitors every year, but only the truly determined get enjoy its hidden waterfalls.
This 9,000-square-mile, 6-million-acre region provides waterfall and gorge hiking aplenty, with options for every skill level.
Less than one percent of Grand Canyon National Park’s annual visitors venture below the rim. But, for the brave few who journey down below, there are a wealth of historic and geological wonders to behold.
Climbing Colorado's 14ers runs the gamut from drive-up summits to casual hikes to treacherous climbs — even in perfect conditions. Despite the range of challenges, one thing is true of all 14ers: the views are epic.
With a state that’s as big and as diverse geographically as Texas, you won’t be disappointed with the hiking options.