Best Hiking Trails In America

Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

The Bright Angel Trail is the most popular hiking trail on the South Rim. well maintained though.

Climb Longs Peak Trail, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

The Keyhole Route on the Longs Peak is one of the most popular Rocky Mountain routes.

Mount Healy Overlook Trail, Denali National Park, Alaska

This trail offers a round trip of 4.5 miles with low difficulty levels, making the path suitable for various hiking classes.

Angels Landing Trail, Zion National Park, Utah

Angels Landing could have been christened for its remote path, but the tough trail is worth a hiker's efforts.

Appalachian Trail, Maine

The well-renowned, 100-mile wilderness of Maine is Appalachian Trail's longest part, which does not cross a paved path. 

Kalalau Trail, Hawaii

The Kalalau Trail generally triggers terror in the minds of most hikers, thanks to the dramatic coastline. 

Highline Trail, Glacier National Park, Montana

With 700 miles and more of trails, Glacier National Park offers some breathtaking views to its visitors.

John Muir Trail, Yosemite Valley, California

On the John Muir Trail, hikers can hike for two or three weeks without crossing a road.

Andrews Bald Trail, Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina and Tennessee

The Andrews Bald trailhead is located at the Clingmans Dome parking spot, which is the park's highest point.

Snake Bight Trail, Everglades National Park, Florida

Spanning Florida Bay, this route is a 1.6-mile straight.

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