Latest in Trips by State
From rolling road rides and family-friendly singletrack to downhill bike parks, Vermont has world-class routes for cyclists of every kind
Whether you have a day, a weekend, or a whole week, there's a hike for you in Glacier National Park.
Take a walk on the wild side in the Pacific Northwest, exploring endless dayhikes and backpacking trips across Oregon.
The remote Crazies are a playground for more than just humans.
The pain I experience while thru-hiking draws me back to the present and makes me more aware of my privilege
This hidden gem of a thru-hike shows off all the Ozarks have to offer.
Hit up one of these 7 hikes for a late-season color show.
No one likes hiking in a crowd. Get all of the scenery and less of the lines with these alternatives to the big parks.
Marvel at tall trees, flooded forest, and rare birds at one of the nation’s lesser-known destinations.
There's more than gators and beaches here: Florida has one of the best all-season thru-hikes around.
Waterfalls aren't summer-only destinations—these cascades are even cooler when frozen in the winter.
Make the most of your precious weekend freedom. These hikes deliver epic views and fun to all types of time-crunched hikers.
Looking for a great dayhike, weekend trip, or multiday expedition near Seattle? We've got you covered.
A winter trip through Crater Lake National Park nets a once-in-a-lifetime photo.
From climate change to drilling and mining, various threats promise to wipe out what’s best about America’s 12 most endangered trails. Hike them now to admire ancient glacial ice, hear howling wolves, splash at pristine beaches, and admire ancient art galleries.
Two thru-hikers find unexpected trail magic on one of America's lesser-known thru-hikes.
When it's finished, this in-progress long trail will let hikers take a stroll up the Appalachians without battling the AT's crowds.
After pandemic restrictions forced Sharon Wu and her fiancé to reschedule their wedding, they set their eyes on a consolation prize: the rugged Trans-Catalina Trail.
These difficult hikes will challenge you no matter who you are.
With an average of 43 feet of snow per year, Crater Lake is one of the best places to sample winter.
Circle an upland swamp rich with views, solitude, and wild edibles.
Every fall, male spiders in search of mates crowd the rocks of the 5.7-mile Condor Gulch to High Peaks Loop.
This is one hike that's worth getting up early for.
From tiny foxes to giant sea cliffs, Channel Islands is a world all its own.
This 12.1-mile overnight bags a Catskills Peak on the way to your lean-to camp spot.
Experience the beauty of fall foliage in Minnesota with these bucket list hikes
The world's largest gypsum dune field isn't just a wonder of the natural world—it's a great place to hike, too.
This descent into this Wind River Range highlight is one no hiker will ever forget.
Explore a secret wonderland in the West Needle Mountains.
It's the most-visited 14er in Colorado. But that doesn't mean you should skip it.
Almost entirely above treeline, this 6.5-mile day-hike loop cruises below rounded 12,000-foot ridges en route to Tobacco Lake in the heart of Colorado’s South San Juan Wilderness.
Ohio is the last place you'd expect to discover an off-trail wonderland. But in Cuyahoga Valley, where cross-country hiking is allowed, finding the good stuff takes a little bit of work.
Wildlife, wildflowers, and views await on this short but sweet Colorado hike.
The short and steep trip to Lake Agnes delivers with craggy peaks, scree fields (home to pika), and fish-filled alpine waters.
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Paddle 7 miles up the Wailua River to secret waterfalls, hidden swimming holes, and one of Kauai's best rope swings.
The Bay Area's best hikes range from enormous redwoods to waterfalls dropping straight to the sea.
Link pristine forests, wildflower meadows, and two picturesque lakes on this gentle, 3.7-mile hike near Snoqualmie Pass.
This 11-mile out-and-back climbs to two high-altitude lakes in New Mexico's Carson National Forest.
This 23.6-mile backpack along the shore of Lake Superior is perfect for a long weekend or a weekday escape.
Like its name suggests, the Lake Ouachita Vista Trail offers near-constant water views—and if you want to see it all, you’d better arrive before the dogwood flowers do.
This 10.5-mile out and back promises wildflower drenched meadows, stunning vistas, and two pristine alpine lakes perfect for a cold dip or sunrise photo op.
Spring rains turn this swath of forest in the Loess Hills into a natural paradise.
The 53-mile Lost Coast Trail heads through some of California's last pristine beaches.
This 7.2-mile round-trip hike to the Dutch Doctor lean-to in Harriman State Park takes you right into the wilderness, only an hour outside NYC.
Grand Staircase-Escalante’s Little Death Hollow takes you into one of the most remote corners of Utah.
A short hike in the Adirondacks leads to a classic 1900s Great Camp and a smaller, but no less beautiful tent camp.