Camp at Horsethief Campground

Just 25 minutes from the town of Moab and even less from the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park (the lookout photo above is from this point), this.

54 Saves

Hike to Heather Lake

The trail takes you on a gradual climb up to Heather Lake with beautiful second growth to admire along the way.

697 Saves

Snowshoe to Mount Pilchuck Lookout

Snowshoe or hike through old-growth forest and snowfields to reach the summit of Mount Pilchuck. Along the trail you’ll catch glimpses of the phenomenal views that lie ahead.

778 Saves

Hike Lake 22

If you're looking for a taste of the Mountain Loop Highway area, but don't have it in you for a longer, steeper journey, look no further than Lake 22.

1077 Saves

Camp at Goat Lake

If you just loved your day hike to Goat Lake so much that you want to return and spend some more time, you're in luck - the lake offers a camping area that holds at least 15 campsites and even comes .

192 Saves

Snowshoe Gold Creek Pond

Since the parking lot is not plowed in the winter you have to park along the main road next to the drive way toward the hike. Once to the trial head it is smooth sailing the rest of the hike.

88 Saves

Hike and Swim Twin Falls

For a portion of this 3-mile hike, you'll trek next to the South Fork Snoqualmie River, so take in the peaceful sound of the river running.

911 Saves

Hike Mailbox Peak

Note this adventure covers the old route. For the updated route, check out Hike Mailbox Peak New Trail. Take exit 34 from I-90.

1158 Saves

Hike to Goldmyer Hot Springs

Goldmyer Hot Springs is a beautiful little gem nestled within the wilderness of the stunning Cascade Mountains.

1743 Saves

Camp at Many Glacier Campground in Glacier National Park

Enjoy one of Glacier National Park's best campgrounds, Many Glacier Campground, which you can reach on the east side of the Continental Divide.

133 Saves

Hike to Agnes Gorge in Stehekin Valley

If you find yourself in Washington State's remote Stehekin Valley, which is situated at the head of Lake Chelan in the heart of the North Cascades, and is accessible by ferry, float plane, or hiking .

39 Saves

Photograph Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in Washington. The waterfall is almost 270 feet tall and ranges in width all the way up to 150 feet when the water is really running.

1572 Saves

Explore Latourell Falls

Latourell Falls is a beautiful and unique waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. This amazing waterfall is just a few hundred yards from the road and parking lot.

2346 Saves

Explore Minnehaha Falls

Named after a legendary Indian princess, Minnehaha Creek cascades over a cliff in these dramatic falls just minutes from the downtowns of both Minneapolis and St. Paul.

692 Saves

Explore Brandywine Falls

Brandywine Falls is a spectacular 70 metre waterfall. It is best seen from the viewpoint which also presents some marvelous views of Daisy Lake and the surrounding mountains.

687 Saves

Hike to Ponytail Falls

Ponytail Falls is an easy 0.8 mile hike located in the gorge that begins at Horsetail Falls. After hiking up mild switchbacks, continue to your right at the first trailhead intersection.

1152 Saves

Hike Grinnell Glacier in Glacier NP

The Grinnel Glacier Hike begins at the Grinnell Glacier Trailhead just past the Many Glacier Lodge. A fee of $25 is required to enter Glacier National Park for a seven-day pass.

1221 Saves

Hike Angels Landing at Night

Angel's Landing is one of the most popular hikes in all of Zion National Park and for good reason.

1823 Saves

Hike up Hurricane Hill

To get to this hike you drive up to Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. The drive up to Hurricane Ridge is on a winding road with amazing views of the mountains.

843 Saves

Mountain Bike Duthie Hill

Duthie Hill is a premier and beautifully designed mountain bike park set in lush douglas firs and western hemlock forests .

256 Saves

Snowshoe to Huntoon Point

This strenuous but rewarding hike takes you first to Austin Pass, where there is a great view of Mount Shuksan. Look out for skiers and snowboarders heading the opposite direction as you start out.

73 Saves

Hike to Hidden Lake Lookout

Be careful when heading up this 4.5 mile trail since there can be snow coverage into the summer. When you start the trail, you'll get a little tree coverage as you start climbing up.

1010 Saves

Hike Heather-Maple Pass Loop

Note to any hikers taking on this trail, this is a non-repeating trail meaning it goes in a big loop. The trailhead has 2 trail points of entrance.

360 Saves

Hike Alta Mountain

Start off at Trail #1313 to Rachel Lake. The first 2.5 miles is a flat, slow uphill hike till you get to a river crossing. From there, the next 1.

122 Saves