Trails in United States

Find United States trails in each state or by trail length, trail type, trail uses or trail category.

Peaks to Plains Trail – Clear Creek Segment

Clear Creek Trail Segment Although the Clear Creek segment of the Peaks to Plains Trail is currently only about two miles long, this segment should soon be four miles long. It is a beautifully designed concrete trail that runs right beside Clear Creek and parallel to Highway 6 that runs from Golden, Colorado up to …

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Dos Cabezas Peak

A remote scrambling and bushwhacking hike through a dense forest of oak and walnut trees and top out at Dos Cabezas Peak. This sky island you will be hiking in is relatively small in stature but contains much biodiversity. There are other sky island archipelagoes in the world but the mountains of the Southwest may …

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The Nankoweap Trail

The Nankoweap Trail was constructed in 1882 by the western explorer and geology enthusiast John Wesley Powell, the first man to delve into the depths of the Grand Canyon. The trail originates at the North Rim’s Kaibab National Forest and gently ascends through ponderosa pine and aspen woodlands. After a few miles, you will reach …

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Colorado Trail

Colorado Trail One of the premier hiking, backpacking and mountain biking trails in America, the Colorado Trail runs from just southwest of Denver 485 miles to Durango, CO in 28 segments. It is a well-maintained trail that is best traveled from late June until mid August. Even then, hikers and backpackers are liable to encounter …

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Coyote Gulch

Sheer cliffs, red rock walls, ancient geologic sculptures and dozens of tributaries await the adventurous trekker when hiking Coyote Gulch; a 9-mile side drainage of the Escalante River set in the heart of southern Utah’s rugged canyon lands, and perhaps one of the greatest examples of this spectacular splendor. The canyon is best experienced as …

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Treasure Loop Trail

The Treasure Loop Trail in Arizona’s Superstition Mountains is truly a treasure chest of desert beauty as it winds its way through cactus gardens and up to the beautiful Flatiron Ridge and Praying Hands rock formation. It is best hiked in a clockwise direction if you prefer gradually going uphill & then coming down a …

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