Popular Hiking Trails In The US

Spanning from Georgia to Maine, this iconic trail covers approximately 2,200 miles and offers a challenging yet rewarding experience for long-distance hikers.

1. Appalachian Trail

Stretching from the Mexican to Canadian borders, this 2,650-mile trail traverses through California, Oregon, and Washington, showcasing the diverse landscapes of the West Coast.

2. Pacific Crest Trail

This trail offers a unique perspective of the Grand Canyon's vastness, taking hikers from the North Rim to the South Rim.

3. Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim

A challenging hike leading to one of Yosemite's most iconic rock formations. The panoramic views from the top are breathtaking.

4. Half Dome, Yosemite National Park

Known for its narrow pathways and steep drop-offs, this trail is not for the faint-hearted but offers unparalleled views of Zion Canyon.

5. Angels Landing, Zion National Park

This trail offers stunning vistas of the Teton Range and allows hikers to immerse themselves in the park's alpine beauty.

6. Teton Crest Trail, Grand Teton National Park

Leading to Vernal and Nevada Falls, this trail offers hikers the chance to experience two of Yosemite's prominent waterfalls up close.

7. Mist Trail, Yosemite National Park

As one of Colorado's most challenging 14ers, this trail attracts experienced hikers looking to summit one of the state's highest peaks.

8. Longs Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park

Spanning 211 miles through the Sierra Nevada mountain range, this trail passes through Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia National Parks.

9. John Muir Trail

This trail offers a unique rainforest experience, leading hikers through lush greenery and alongside the serene Hoh River.

10. Hoh River Trail, Olympic National Park

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