The 6.8 mile out-and-back trail up Tom, Dick and Harry Mountain is a steady climb, but any physical challenge will quickly be distracted by the views of Mount Hood, standing dramatically to the north.
Camel’s Hump State Park is in Northern Vermont just outside of the small town of Waterbury. It’s 48 minutes from Burlington and an hour from Montpelier in the other direction.
Bring the whole family for an easy ascent up Craggy Pinnacle. The round trip trek is only 1.4 miles, but at 5,800 feet above sea level, you’ll be afforded panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Peach Tree Rock Heritage Preserve offers explorers a number of options, from a 2.3 mile loop to a 4.5 mile extended jaunt. Escape the notorious heat of the region by trekking along the dirt path, offering a nice variety of slow ascents and declines, and then emerge from the treeline to get your Vitamin D, while soft sand tests your calf muscles.
Take a leap onto Lover’s Leap Trail – A 1.1 mile, somewhat popular loop near Mena Arkansas. it’s about time you got lost in the Ouachita Mountains. Each curve is a new impeccable view. In […]
A trail as bold (and at times saturated) as the color of the sea below. The rain and mist is magical as it settles in the deep valleys and over the jutting green and wind-molded […]
Black Butte Trail is an intermediate 3.9 mile out and back trail that ascends deep into the evergreens, then opens up to vast valley views below and peaks in the distance. From an old fire […]