Hike the White Rocks Ice Beds Trail

This 1.6 mile round trip hike starts from the Ice Beds parking lot in the Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont.

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Camp at Quechee State Park

Located on the Ottauquechee River, Quechee State Park offers camping options right beside one of Vermont's most famous gorges—Quechee Gorge. The steel bridge that passes over the 165 ft.

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Explore Warren Falls

Warren Falls is a popular local swimming hole just outside of Warren, VT on Route 100. You can access the falls by driving south on Route 100 from Warren (it's 3.

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Photograph Moss Glen Falls

While enjoying some of Vermont's most beautiful fall foliage along Route 100, be sure to stop and photograph Moss Glen Falls.

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Photograph Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona, and requires you to book a tour guide.

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Explore the Horseshoe Bend Crack

Horseshoe Bend is an iconic viewpoint, and a must-see for photographers. Check out Tiffany Nguyen's post, Hike to Horseshoe Bend, for more details on that part of the adventure.

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Hike the Hermitage, Scotland

Arrive at the Hermitage Car Park right off the A9, and the trail begins just feet from your car.

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Explore Skyline Caverns

Skyline Caverns is located right off Stonewall Jackson Highway with plenty of parking.  The cave tour is about 60 minutes with little walking and minimal elevation gain.

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Photograph Portland Head Light

Portland Head Light is one of Maine's most iconic and picturesque lighthouses that offers stunning views year round.

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Camp at Big Meadows, Shenandoah National Park

Visiting Shenandoah National Park for the first time can be quite overwhelming.

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Hike Little Stony Man, Shenandoah National Park

The parking lot for the trail is right before mile 40 on Skyline drive in Shenandoah National Park. The entire out and back is only .

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Hike the Stony Man Trail, Shenandoah National Park

This short, easy hike will take you to some of the best views in Shenandoah National Park. As an added bonus, it’s perfect for catching the sunset without a long walk back to your car in the dark.

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Hike McAfee Knob

From the parking lot on RT311: Cross the road and pick up the white blazed AT headed north. In about .4 miles you will reach an information kiosk where you will continue on the AT.

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Hike to Baskins Creek Falls

The trail begins with a short climb, and after around a quarter of a mile, flattens out and you can get decent views to your west when the leaves are of the trees.

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Scenic Drive on Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail

This 6 mile drive is a great way to spend a scenic day in the Smokies. The road is open to cars only (no trucks or RVs) and runs one-way.

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Hike to Clingmans Dome

The drive to Clingmans Dome is miles of scenic overlooks that provide endless views of ridges and valleys. Clingmans Dome Road comes to a parking lot from which you follow a .

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Hike to the Summit of Medicine Bow Peak

Medicine Bow Peak (12,014ft) is the highest summit in the Snowy Range of Wyoming. There is a network of quality alpine trails leading around the mountain and up to the summit.

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Photograph the Snowy Range

Starting at the Medicine Bow Peak TH you have easy access to Lake Marie, Mirror Lake, and Lookout Lake for sunrise.

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Hike to Frankenstein Cliffs

The Frankenstein Cliff trailhead is located in Crawford Notch State Park directly off of Route 302.

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Hike to Greenleaf Hut via Old Bridle Path

To hike to the Appalachian Mountain Club's Greenleaf Hut, the best route for a day hike there and back is the Old Bridle Path.

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Hike to Tomichi Point and Gunnison Point Overlooks

To access the South Rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, take US 50 and CO 347 to the south entrance, 15 miles east of Montrose.

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Hike to Bridal Veil Falls in Telluride

Park at the Pandora Mill just east of Telluride and lace up your footwear of choice. At 1.2 miles to the base of the falls with 850 feet of gain, this can make for a great thigh burning hike or run.

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Photograph the Cypress Tree Tunnel in Point Reyes

Just north of San Francisco, there's a row of giant Monterey cypress trees that forms a “tree tunnel”.

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Hike by Lizard Lake to Crystal Mill

Although the iconic Crystal Mill is the main attraction on this hike, the river that leads you there through the magnificent mountains of the White River National Forest is nothing short of extraordi.

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