Favorite Trails


We all have a lot of down time at the moment and I have decided to be creative with mine. I am working on creating an easy to use list of hiking trails. Not just trails that the guide books say are good but the ones that the local think are good.

This list will include trails that I have post about on my blog, trails that I want to take and ones that I collect from my readers and from social media – if you are willing to share. I would also like to include tips about the area – like good places to eat or notes about the trail condition, maybe animals that a hiker might see. This project will take a lot of time and research but I think it is something that all of us will be able to use once the world is open again.

Information Needed:

  • Trail Name
  • Location (State, Country, State Park, National Park, etc.)
  • Tips and trail notes

Please feel free to share – the more trails the better! I look forward to hearing from you! In the mean time – stay safe.

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9 comments on “Favorite Trails”

  1. Great idea! There are so many trails I love, it’s hard to narrow them down. I’ve been to 28 National Parks so far and have lost count of all the trails I’ve hiked in the parks and throughout my travels to all 48 contiguous states of the U.S. Off the top of my head, here are some of the ones from the National Parks that stand out: The Subway, The Narrows, and Angel’s Landing @ Zion National Park in Utah | Kīlauea Iki Trail @ Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii | Precipice Trail @ Acadia National Park in Maine | Mist Trail @ Yosemite National Park in California | Devil’s Garden Trail @ Arches National Park in Utah | Figure 8 Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. Hope this helps! 🙂 Would love to see your final list when you get it all put together! – Briana @ https://www.nextdestinationunknown.com/

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