In this article we outline the 20 most important Grand Canyon hiking tips, so your next adventure in the Southwest is a truly remarkable one.
The Hayduke Trail is a 812-mile route that takes hikers through some of the most amazing scenery and national parks of the American Southwest.
Capitol Peak is a stunning 14er to climb in Colorado but make no mistake about it – it’s not for inexperienced hikers, especially parts like Knife Edge.
Mount Rose Trail in Nevada offers hikers panoramic views in all directions, especially of Lake Tahoe looking from the northern perspective.
Reflection Canyon is a fantastic place to enjoy hiking and camping adventures, even if only for a night. Sunrise and sunset here is beautiful!
The scenery surrounding Castle Peak and Conundrum Peak is stunning no matter which way you look, however these two 14ers in Colorado are not for beginners.
Ashley Furness finished the Arizona Trail over 47 days, covering 800 miles, from the Arizona/Mexico border all the way up to the Arizona/Utah border.
The Mount Rainier Summit Climb via the Disappointment Cleaver Route is one of the great mountaineering experiences in America. Get tips here!
There are several routes up to the summit of Mount Diablo but the Mitchell Creek trail is the most direct approach, suitable for every hiker!
The Inner Basin Trail is the most stunning fall foliage hike in all of Arizona with miles and miles of aspen forest creating golden glory.