The Condor Gulch to High Peaks Loop is a 5-6 mile trail in Pinnacles National Park. See the majesty, and maybe a condor or two.
This normally popular trail in Washington, just 70 miles from Seattle, is a lonely wonderland in winter. See how to hike Summit Lake here.
Death Valley is, for the most part, a trail-less wonderland to explore at will. So, during this drive, if you spot a particularly beautiful area, stop the car, get out, and go for a jaunt. And the view afforded by climbing above Desolation Canyon (at the end of the hike) will provide a vista of all those blooming hills.
Want a thoroughly tough winter hike in Sedona, Arizona? The ascent to Bear Mountain will leave you breathless, but the views will be worth it.
Make sure to hit this hike in winter. The West Rim Loop in Cloudland Canyon is gorgeous, and will take your chilly breath away.
See incredible views along the South Rim Loop in Big Bend National Park. A 14 mile loop, solitude and the Chisos Mountains await.
Backpackers.com — This winter hike is for those who love snow. Cadillac Mountain, at 1,530 feet, is the highest point along the North Atlantic Seaboard, the first place one can watch the sunrise between October 7 and March 6, and has an epic overlook of the Atlantic and surrounding islands. If you’re in Bar Harbor, Maine, or traveling there […]