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Hiking in America Doesn’t Get Any Better Than These 10 Trails

There’s nothing like taking in the beauty of nature on a hike through America’s wilderness. If you want to see the best this nation has to offer, make sure to check out these 10 beautiful hiking trails.

Appalachian Trail

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Plan to spend some time on this trail, which spans over 2,000 miles and takes you through 14 states.

Pacific Crest Trail

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You could spend weeks on this gorgeous trail. Just make sure you see the John Muir section.

Sierra High Route

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Keep your head in the clouds on this route, which stays between 9,000 and 11,500 feet.


Yosemite Grand Traverse

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Leave no stone unturned at Yosemite when you take this amazing hike. Camp out a night or two to really get in touch with nature.

King’s Peak

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The sound of flowing water accompanies you for a good portion of this hike, creating a serene atmosphere.

Snowmass Wilderness

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Stand at the peaks of Colorado, as long as you’re not afraid of heights.


Chilkoot Trail

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Called the meanest 33 miles in history, this Alaskan trail is great if you’re looking for a challenge.

Big South Fork National River

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Known for its natural bridges, this area is also perfect for a horseback ride.

Pictured Rocks

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It doesn’t get any better than hiking by the beach.

White Mountain National Forest

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You could spend weeks in this jaw-dropping forest, which has plenty of trails and wildlife. Make sure to watch out for bears.

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