The first half of this 6+ mile loop is varying degrees of upwards through old growth evergreen. The view at the top is more serene than majestic, but the end of Cummings Creek Loop takes you down through delightful mossy meadows and alder stands. It’s a quiet trail, good for thinking, and you’ll sleep well after this one. Open for hikes, bikes and pups.
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.
Benntts Pond Loop Trail is A quiet hike, accompanied by the sound of your feet and the birds that call the pond home. The serenity is the perfect setting for reflection just as the pond […]
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 […]
An intermediate 5.3 mile out and back trail nestled deep in the Deschutes National Forest in the Three Sisters Wilderness Area. The trek begins near a crystal blue mountain lake called Three Creek Lake. As […]
Jagged volcanic rock erupt from the Central Oregon landscape that surrounds Smith Rock State Park. Shades of yellow, green, brown and blue make for wild visuals. The Crooked River lives up to its namesake as […]
Perfect for all skill levels – a shady walk into the Ozark National Forest. The trail is lined by Oak and Hickory trees on one side and views of the rolling forest on the other. […]