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    Looking for the best cycling in United States? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around United States. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

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    • Kane County, Utah

      Camp At Wahweap Campground

      4.0
      This modern campground is just steps from the beach and centrally located on the Arizona / Utah border -- perfect for exploring both sides of the Glen Canyon National Recreational Area. You do need a national parks pass or will incure a $25 fee to enter the park (good for one week).  The campgrou...
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    • Augusta, Georgia

      Savannah Rapids Trail - Augusta Canal Trail

      5.0
      7.64 mi / 259 ft gain
      Easily the most popular outdoor attraction in Augusta, the Savannah River Rapids Park marks the beginning of the Augusta Canal. The walkway flanks both the Savannah River and the Augusta Canal, allowing you to see both waterways from the trail. Reed River also flows into the canal producing some ...
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    • Hood River, Oregon

      Bike from Hood River to The Dalles

      2.0
      40 mi / 2800 ft gain
      The ride from Hood River to The Dalles is one of the best 20 mile stretches of road biking in Oregon, and arguably the best. The ride starts out in the wonderful town of Hood River - a tourist and adventure destination in its own right - and follows the historic Columbia River Gorge highway (US-3...
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    • Columbia, South Carolina

      Explore Columbia Riverfront Park

      4.5
      5 mi
      This park is located alongside of the Columbia Water Treatment Facility. You are able to walk on the paved path that has mile markers every 1/4 of a mile. Or, you can hike along one of the nature trails placed throughout the park that run right alongside the river. Bikes are allowed anywhere alon...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Camp at Williams Bottom Campground in Moab

      4.0
      Williams Bottom Campground and its 17 first-come first-serve campsites are tucked into the side of the Colorado River Canyon on Utah Highway 279 aka "Potash Road" just 15 minutes from downtown Moab. It is commonly known as one of *the* rock climbing campground on the west side of Moab, as there a...
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    • Valley View, Ohio

      Bike along the Cuyahoga River via Lock 39 Trailhead

      5.0
      39.57 mi / 1804 ft gain
      The best way to tack the Towpath Trail along the remains of the Ohio and Erie Canal is by peddling it. Start at the Lock 39 Trailhead going south toward the Botzum Trailhead early in the morning before the crowds to ride upstream is the best way to start. Located a little over a mile East of I-77...
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    • Cohoes, New York

      Capture a Sunset at the Colonie Town Park

      5.0
      Not all adventures have to involve scaling crazy-steep mountains or paddling down intense white-water rapids. Some of the best adventures are the relaxing and mellow ones right in our backyards. When I cannot get into the woods every day, I go to the Colonie Town Park, just 10 minutes from my hou...
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    • Arden Hills, Minnesota

      Bike the Rice Creek North Regional Trail

      3.0
      13.8 mi
      The Rice Creek North Regional Trail is 13.8 miles in total, but can be broken up into two different sections (connected by a 3.4 mile bike on county roads). The main trailhead is at 35W and County Road I. You will find the parking lot just after exiting on County Road I. This is the southern segm...
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    • Oak Brook, Illinois

      Run the Fullersburg Woods Loop

      4.7
      6 mi
      This is a six-mile loop along the banks of the Salt Creek in Oakbrook, IL. The flat trail features trees and wildflowers (great walk to do in autumn). Trail is also good for bike riders. There is a picnic area and the Graue Mill and Museum. Graue Mill is 150 years old and played a part in the Und...
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    • Cloudcroft, New Mexico

      Camp at Bluff Springs

      5.0
      0 mi / 100 ft gain
      A mile up in elevation and only a few miles into Lincoln National Forest from Alamogordo, take off on the scenic Sunspot Highway that leads to the solar observation center before a short detour off a dirt road that arrives at Bluff Springs Waterfall (camping is free on all dirt roads). There you'...
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    • Charlottesville, Virginia

      Hang Out At Riverview Park

      4.5
      Riverview park has tons of options for getting outside around Charlottesville, VA. Part of the Rivanna Trail runs through here, so if you are really ambitious, this trail goes around the entire city. There are paved trails right along the river, so you can choose your activity. Running, biking, a...
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    • Ogunquit, Maine

      Watch the Sunrise from the Marginal Way Trail

      5.0
      2 mi / 70 ft gain
      Park near the Oceanside Oarweed restaurant or any other public spots on the cove's peninsula. Marginal Way is a nicely paved 1.25 mile out and back path, perfect for a morning walk or run on the rocky coast. Catch fishermen, lobstermen, and recreational boats as they leave, or choose to sit at on...
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    • Waukesha, Wisconsin

      Bike or Run the Glacial Drumlin Trail (Waukesha to Wales Segment)

      5.0
      14 mi
      Your journey begins at the Fox River Sanctuary and E.B. Shurts Environmental Education Center at 810 College Avenue in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Parking is plentiful, and you'll find restrooms and bubblers (or, water fountains to you non-natives) available seasonally. The Glacial Drumlin Trailhead is ...
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    • Jekyll Island, Georgia

      Camp on Jekyll Island

      Jekyll Island State Park has the only affordable camping option in the "Golden Isles" of Georgia so it was an easy pick for us, especially while Cumberland Island is still out of commission from Hurricane Irma.  Arriving on the island you will notice it is quite developed around the entrance but ...
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    • Pāhoa, Hawaii

      Bike to the Kalapana Lava Flow

      4.0
      9.85 mi / 341 ft gain
      When we chose to visit the volcanic big island of Hawaii, we knew that seeing an active lava flow was a must do. We decided to go at sunset and into the evening, as the lava flow would be spectacular under the dark night sky - we were right.  Start by driving to Kalapana, south of Hilo, on the e...
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    • Fairfield, California

      Bike the Gordon Valley to Wooden Valley Scramble

      5.0
      13.5 mi / 498 ft gain
      This is a 13.5 mile loop route in Fairfield, California. The route has a total ascent of 498 feet and has a maximum elevation of 369 feet.Begin your ride at the corner of Oliver Road and Mankas Corner Road. Along Mankas Corner Road you'll pass the Napa Grass Farmer community farm and Il Fiorello ...
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