The Best and Most Beautiful Hiking Trails in Every State

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Alabama: Sipsey Wilderness Waterfalls

Discover Alabama's Sipsey Wilderness, home to majestic waterfalls like 90-ft Fall Creek Falls. Accessible after a short hike from Sipsey Recreation Area!

Alaska: Harding Icefield Trail

Explore Alaska's stunning Harding Icefield Trail in Kenai Fjords National Park. Start at Exit Glacier and hike to breathtaking icefield vistas.

Arizona: Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim

Hike Arizona's iconic Grand Canyon rim-to-rim on the challenging 21-mile Kaibab Trail. Experience breathtaking views of this natural wonder.

Arkansas: Whitaker Point, Hawksbill Crag

Visit Arkansas's Whitaker Point, also known as Hawksbill Crag, for stunning fall foliage. Enjoy vibrant autumn colors in the Ozark Mountains.

California: John Muir Trail Adventure

Embark on California's epic John Muir Trail from Yosemite to Mount Whitney. This iconic hike offers breathtaking views over a week-long journey.

Colorado: La Plata Peak Views

Hike Colorado's La Plata Peak for soaring Rocky Mountain vistas. A ten-mile trek leads to panoramic views of the surrounding peaks.

Connecticut: Bear Mountain to Lion's Head

Explore Connecticut's segment of the Appalachian Trail from Bear Mountain to Lion's Head. Discover iconic New England scenery along this legendary route.

Delaware: Brandywine Creek Trails

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