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The world is big and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark. - John Muir

Hike around Coon Creek to Hidden Falls

Auburn, California

Not far from California's capital is Hidden Falls Regional Park. The name suits the park nicely, as the hidden gem of waterfalls await those who are willing to take the trek.

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Hike the Seven Pools Loop & Vista

Auburn, California

Hidden Falls Regional Park is tucked way in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, about an hour from Sacramento and a 20 minute drive off Interstate 80 and nearby the town of Auburn.

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Soak in Black Rock Hot Springs

Humboldt, Nevada

Located along the Applegate Trail, Black Rock Hot Spring was the first watering hole for emigrants as they crossed the vast playa of the Black Rock Desert.

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Hike Black Rock Point

Humboldt County, Nevada

Overlooking the Applegate & Overland Emigrant Trail Split, Black Rock Point is a large, dark rocky outcropping from which the Black Rock Desert derives its name.

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Soak in The Frog Pond Warm Spring

Empire, Nevada

The Frog Pond on the east side of the Black Rock Desert playa just off of County Road 49 aka Jungo Road about 15 miles from Gerlach, is a more-warm-than-hot-spring with temperatures roughly in the hi.

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Soak in Trego Hot Springs

Pershing County, Nevada

Trego Hot Springs resides on the southeastern edge of the Black Rock Desert just off of County Road 49 aka Jungo Road, about 17 miles from the small town of Gerlach, Nevada.

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Hike to Sweet Creek Waterfall

Mapleton, Oregon

Make sure you add this hidden gem to your waterfall chasing plans on your road trip to Oregon. This underrated Oregon waterfall is the perfect hike for the entire family.

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Hike Munds Mountain

Sedona, Arizona

Munds Mt.

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Hike or Run the Owl Trail

Muir Beach, California

The Owl Trail runs between Slide Ranch and the Muir Beach Overlook and is a great way to take in the breathtaking views, flora and fauna of the Northern California coast.

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Mountain Bike the Picnic Loop

Silver City, New Mexico

Called the "Berg Trail" by Silver City locals in honor of Gary Berg who pioneered the extensive trail system around Gomez Peak, the Picnic Loop beginning at the Little Walnut Creek picnic area is a g.

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Photograph La Capilla at Sunrise

Silver City, New Mexico

In the last 1800's when Silver City was a booming mining town the quickly growing hispanic population of the Chihuahua Hill neighborhood built a small chapel aka "La Capilla" as a center of community.

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2 Nights Backpacking in Point Reyes

Bolinas, California

This was a three day, two night backpacking trip in Point Reyes.We went in at the Point Reyes Hostel on the Coast Trail, and spent our first night at Coast Camp.

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Hike the Boston Hill Loop

Silver City, New Mexico

The Boston Hill Open Space is a collection of trails on what is actually three hills overlooking the town of Silver City.

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Hike to Jordan Hot Springs via Little Bear Canyon Trail

Catron County, New Mexico

The Gila Wilderness is the oldest wilderness area in The United States, and Jordan Hot Springs rests right in the heart of Canyon of the Middle Fork of the Gila River, along a stretch of the Continen.

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Drive the Scenic Loop of Monument Valley

Oljato-Monument Valley, Arizona

Be ready to embark on this 17 mile monumental scenic drive. The loop includes 11 numbered viewpoints and you can expect to spend between 2-4 hours in the park.

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Snowshoe to Carter Notch Hut

Gorham, New Hampshire

The nineteen mile brook trail is a winding path up approximately 2200 feet of elevation over the course of 3.9 miles.

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Photograph Screw Auger Falls

Newry, Maine

After parking in the allotted parking area at screw auger, make your way down to the falls to explore! There are several "smaller waterfalls" that the river flows over before making its way to the 27.

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Visit the Bridgeport Covered Bridge

Penn Valley, California

The famed and picturesque Bridgeport Covered Bridge, spanning the width of the Yuba River, was originally built in 1862.

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Hike to Inspiration Point in Joshua Tree

Desert Hot Springs, California

Most automobile-bound visitors to Joshua Tree make their way to Keys View, and why wouldn't they? It has some of the best views in the park and with it, some of the biggest, loudest crowds.

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Hike Mt. Sutro Open Space Reserve

San Francisco, California

The Mount Sutro Open Space hike is one of those gems that's just hiding in plain site.

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Drive Black Bear Pass & the Ingram Basin

Telluride, Colorado

Black Bear Pass (el. 12,840’), officially known as Forest Service Road 648, is an infamous 4WD road that runs between U.S. Highway 550 (between Silverton & Ouray) and Telluride, CO.

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Camp at Timp Point

North Rim, Arizona

Timp Point on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon lies just on the boundary of the National Park and within the Kaibab National Forest, well away from the (already smaller) crowds of the North Rim.

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Hike Water Canyon Trail in the Canaan Mountain Wilderness

Hurricane, Utah

Water Canyon is narrow canyon on the southern side of Canaan Mountain in the Canaan Mountain Wilderness south of Zion.

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Photographing the Sunset at Canyon Junction Bridge

Hurricane, Utah

The view of the Watchman from Canyon Junction Bridge is one of the most highly photographed views in Zion National Park.

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