This site provides information on general and regional hiking.
Recommendations on individual hiking trails are provided, organized by
region. Connect to the regional site for each region to find
information on hiking trails and groups that are active in the region.
Consult the main site for recommendations on equipment, guides, and
map sets that span multiple regions.
On the regional subpages you will find pages with individual hike
descriptions, and region specific listings of hiking organizations and
recommendations for hiking guides and maps. You will also find links
to other web sites with information on hiking in the particular
There are also topical subsites that organize information based on the
type of hiking destination, for example waterfalls, caves, and ruins.
There are also pages dedicated to related outdoor activities such
as camping, mountainbiking, rafting, kayaking, and skiing.
- The Old Spanish Trail was formed from a system of footpaths and used in the early 1800;s as the easiest path used for commerce between Santa Fe New Mexico, and Los Angeles, California. The trail branches of the trail cross New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California.
- Orlando is a fabulous destination for hiking and walking, with plenty of beautiful scenery reachable regardless of your physical abilities or skill.
There are some fantastic coastal hikes in Washington State. Ocean Shores being one of the best. Make sure to check out some of these hotels in Ocean Shores if you're planning a trip
Be sure to select the proper hiking
equipment when planning your hikes.