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There is no shortage of hiking trails in the National Parks. There are more than 21,000 miles of hiking trail spread across 419 National Park Service Units. Some hikes are short boardwalks and others are long-distance hiking trails There is a park and trail for every hiking skill level. Not every hiker wants to head into the wilderness and spend the night. So I asked a few of my fellow travel bloggers and national park lovers to share their favorite National Park Day Hike to create a giant bucket list of days hikes for you to explore. Each of these hikes is between 5-18 miles long and takes between 3-12…
Fall is a wonderful time to spend in the national parks. The weather is slowly changing from the heat of summer to the cool of winter. I always feel like the parks come back to life. The wildlife is more active with their last-minute winter preparations. This year’s babies are starting to find their place in the world and are a little more active and ready to explore their environment. Best of all, the colors start to change. Here are the 11 Best National Parks to Visit in the Fall. Best National Parks for Fall Best National Parks for a Fall Getaway Denali National Park and Preserve Best Time to…
Planning on heading out to visit the mountain? In the state of Washington, there are many mountains but only one “the mountain.” Her name is Mount Rainier and this 14,411-foot volcano is a predominant feature in much of Washington’s skyline. Mount Rainier is part of the Cascade Mountain Range. She is the highest mountain in the range. The mountain and the surrounding glaciers are protected by Mount Rainier National Park. Mount Rainier is a playground for men and women of all ages. Climbers come from around the world to attempt a summit while hikers come to hike to remote mountain valleys, and others come to walk among the wildflowers. Here…
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