Hike the Hidden Canyon Trail in Zion

This trail starts at Weeping Rock Trailhead, it's the same trailhead for Observation Point and the East Rim Trail.

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Hike the Glory Hole Falls Trail

This trail and waterfall is located 13.8 miles south of Boxley, AR or 5.7 miles east of Fallsville, AR.

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Backpack Tuolumne Meadows to Yosemite Valley

Yosemite is an iconic park, and if you are looking for isolation with spectacular views of the backcountry this trip is for you.

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Hike to Pam's Grotto

Getting to this trailhead is the most difficult part. The small parking area/campground is located about a half mile east of the Haw Creek Falls Campground.

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Backpack the Horsethief Springs Trail

Park your car in the east parking lot at Cedar Lake and you will find the trailhead on the southeast side of the lot. You will immediately head south on the Horse Thief Springs Trail.

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Hike to San Antonio Hot Springs

There is an adventure posted by Gemina Garland-Lewis where she describes how to snowshoe to the hot springs from the top down.

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Hike the Roman Nose State Park Loop

Roman Nose State Park is a great weekend getaway that offers plenty of activities for the outdoor enthusiast. There are 4 interconnected trails that are easily accessible.

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Hike the California Road Nature Trail Loop

Red Rock Canyon is approximately one hour west of Oklahoma City, the entrance is on the south side of the town of Hinton.

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Hike through the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve

Park your car at the Visitor Center and head inside to grab a copy of the trail map. If the Visitor Center is closed, you can take a picture of the map on the display outside of the building.

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Backpack to Boothe Lake

Starting at the Tuolomne Meadows Visitor Center you will head south to jump on the John Muir Trail, move east for 2.

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Explore the Natural Bridge in Yoho NP

Whether you are traveling north or south on the Trans-Canada Highway in Yoho National Park you will see a sign that directs you west to travel on Emerald Lake Road.

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Backpack to Waugh Lake

There are several trailheads you can start at to get to the lake, but we chose the River Trail in Agnew Meadows because it was the only trailhead that hadn't met the quota yet.

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Hike to Forty Foot Hole

Park your car at the Boulder Picnic Area and the trailhead will be at the northwest corner of the parking area. Follow the well marked trail for about a quarter of a mile until you reach a fork.

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Stargaze at Gloss Mountain

This Oklahoma State Park has several spots for great stargazing opportunities. Be sure to park your car outside of the main parking lot, they will lock the gate to the parking lot at dusk.

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Winter Hike to Observation Point

Starting at 4,396 feet of elevation at the East Mesa Trailhead the trail begins on a nice paved sidewalk and quickly moves to a single dirt track.

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Stand up paddle the Oklahoma River

Launch on the south side of the Boathouse District. This area of the river is used by row teams so you have to stay in a designated lane while paddling down the river.

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