Running through the Sierra Nevada Range, this is not a trail for the faint hearted. This particular trail runs for over two hundred miles and begins at the national park, ending at the highest point in the continental USA – Mount Whitney. When you brave this trail you will be rewarded with some of the most amazing scenery you could feast your eyes on, from cascading waterfalls to towering granite cliffs.
If you like the thought of hiking in the desert then the Arches National Park trail could be the perfect choice for you. With its red rock landscape and stunning arches formed from sandstone, you will feel as though you have stepped onto another planet. You can enjoy trails to suit all levels at this national park including the seven mile Devil’s Garden Trail, which is ideal for the more experienced and is the longest one at Arches.
Known as the Land of Waterfalls, this trek offers a real treat for those who want to enjoy unadulterated national beauty in addition to the chance to explore. With hundreds of miles of walking trails to choose from you will be able to find the perfect option for you with ease. No matter which one you take, you can rest assured that you will be surrounded by stunning natural beauty and some breathtaking views.
This unique trail encompasses around 2,200 miles but because new trails are added from time to time the actual length can vary. The trail passes through a number of different states, which means that you are in for a diverse and exciting treat when it comes to your surroundings. Some of the states that it passes through include Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, and Maine amongst others. You can pick up the trail from whichever state it passes through.
With over seven hundred miles of marked trails, this is the perfect place for those who are serious about hiking. There is plenty to explore and some stunning scenery to take in, making this a very satisfying hiking trek. The park once had one hundred and fifty glaciers but this has been reduced to fewer than thirty due to changes in climate. It is thought that even these may have gone by 2020 so it is well worth heading out there sooner rather than later if you want to enjoy feasting your eyes on the glaciers that the park has become so famous for.