The Best Hiking Trail in Each State
A beautiful hike can make your weekend, but you don’t want to spend precious time researching a trail that’s reasonable and won’t take your entire day.
Alabama: Mountain Laurel Trail Wander along the streambank to the Rock Garden Outlook, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the Talladega National Forest.
Alaska: X Lake Loop In the fall, this is the prime spot to go blueberry-picking. This trail circles X Lake and takes you through beautiful old-growth forests where you’re bound to see wildlife and can enjoy fishing.
Arizona: Soldiers Pass Trail No. 66 This trail passes two natural arches, the Seven Sacred Pools and Devil’s Kitchen, which is the largest sinkhole in Arizona.
Arkansas: Bear Hollow Trail Catch some of the best scenery in the state here: This trail crosses several creeks that lead to waterfalls. Other sights include WPA steps and Sunrise Rock.
California: Runyon Canyon Trail This popular hike offers panoramic views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood sign — on clear days you can see all the way to the Pacific.
Colorado: Zapata Falls Trail You can get up close and personal with a majestic waterfall and enjoy breathtaking views of the dunes on this short trail, which includes wading into a rock crevasse.
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