Getting Started

Climb and Hike in the Garden of the Gods

Colorado Springs, Colorado

If you are new to the area a stop by the visitor center can helpful to get a map of the trails and roads in the area as well as obtaining a climbing permit (one is needed to climb and is free).

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Backpack to the Natural Bridge

Hagarville, Arkansas

After you drive across the one-lane bridge and take the dirt road immediately after it, follow that dirt road until it begins to bend to the left.

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Hike and Climb to Yonah Mountain

Cleveland, Georgia

The trail starts at "Mt. Yonah Trailhead" and is 4.4 mile round-trip with elevation of 1,500' to 3,166'.

906 Saves

Hike Oregon's Saddle Mountain

Seaside, Oregon

Saddle Mountain is a pretty stellar spot if you are looking for a beginner/intermediate hike with incredible views close to Portland. The trail is a 5.

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Hike to Big Cottonwood Canyon's Hidden Falls

Cottonwood Heights, Utah

Hidden Falls is a beautiful little waterfall with minimal crowds. When I say minimal, I mean I've only seen another person there 1 of the 5 or 6 times that I have been. Take it in. Stay a while.

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Explore the Maroon Bells & Snowmass Wilderness

Aspen, Colorado

The beautiful and iconic Maroon Bells-Snowmass wilderness is home to some of the most amazing scenery and adventures to be had in all of Colorado.

676 Saves

Explore Beavertail State Park

Jamestown, Rhode Island

Rhode Island isn't exactly on everyone's map, I've even met strangers in other parts of the U.S. who have no idea where the tiniest state in the country is.

630 Saves

Explore Little Cottonwood Canyon's Lisa Falls

Sandy, Utah

Lisa Falls sits approximately 0.22 miles from Little Cottonwood Canyon Road.

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