Hike Devil's Bridge Sedona
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by Cris Hazzard
3w ago
Ranked as one of the best hikes in the USA, Devil's Bridge in Sedona is a must-do. The trail can be crowded, but I'll also show you a more pleasant route that's easier to park at. Devil's Bridge, the largest natural sandstone arch in the Sedona area, is doable by most folks, with only some steep stairs at the end. Here's how to do it. Source ..read more
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Limestone Canyon Regional Park - The Sinks
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by Cris Hazzard
3w ago
Limestone Canyon Regional Park is an incredibly beautiful area to hike, but it's also home to a famous area called "The Sinks," also known as "the little Grand Canyon of Orange County." Limestone Canyon is not always open to the public, but this easy trail guide will show you how to visit and see The Sinks for yourself. Source ..read more
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Hermit Trail to Santa Maria Spring
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by Cris Hazzard
2M ago
If you're looking for an epic hike into the Grand Canyon away from the crowds, the Hermit Trail is your move. This hike to Santa Maria Spring takes you to a beautiful shelter with views into Hermit Canyon. Source ..read more
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The Wave, Arizona - An Easy Guide
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by Cris Hazzard
3M ago
Hiking to The Wave in Arizona can be overwhelming. There are permits, a remote location, and off-trail hiking. I'll show you how to hike it safely and easily in this guide. Despite all the hassle, the Wave is spectacular and worth it. Source ..read more
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Lava Flow Trail (Sunset Crater)
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by Cris Hazzard
3M ago
The Lava Flow Trail at Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument is short hike but packs a lot in. You'll hike through dramatic terrain formed by a volcanic eruption. The hike is worth a side trip to explore and stretch your legs. Source ..read more
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Horseshoe Bend Hike (Arizona)
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by Cris Hazzard
4M ago
Horseshoe Bend, just 9 miles upstream from the Grand Canyon, has become one of the most iconic spots in the American Southwest. It's a short hike but worth every second. And recent improvements have made Horseshoe Bend accessible under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Source ..read more
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Hike Mount Perry from Dante's Ridge
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by Cris Hazzard
4M ago
The hike to Mount Perry along Dante's Ridge is easily the most underrated in Death Valley National Park. The easy-to-follow trail follows a ridge along the Black Mountains, offering jaw-dropping views into Badwater Basin and as far as Mt Whitney and the Sierras. Source ..read more
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Charlies Bunion Trail Hike
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by Cris Hazzard
5M ago
Charlies Bunion Trail is an underrated hike; it's among the best day hikes in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It's challenging without being too hard and offers incredible views and a mini-Application Trail experience. The Charlies Bunion Trail is one of my favorites in the park. Source ..read more
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Congaree Boardwalk Loop Trail
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by Cris Hazzard
5M ago
If you can do only one hike in Congaree National Park, the Boardwalk Loop is the one. Congaree is unique for preserving the largest tract of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest in the United States, and the Boardwalk trail shows you the best of this remarkable place. The trail is easy, accessible, and family-friendly. Source ..read more
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Mt Baden-Powell Hike
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by Cris Hazzard
6M ago
Hiking Mount Baden-Powell gives you a spectacular taste of the Angeles National Forest's high peaks without that much effort. You have to climb up the PCT, but the hike's shorter distance and steady gradient make it more of a challenging workout than a backcountry expedition. Baden-Powell is one of the classic hikes in the San Gabriels that you must add to your peak-bagging bucket list. Source ..read more
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