Canyonands National Park near Moab, Utah is huge – more than can be covered in one day. Here’s how to see the best of it when you’re crunched for time.
This moderately difficult snowshoeing trail will take you to beautiful Angora Lakes and the Angora Lookout with views of Fallen Leaf Lake & Lake Tahoe.
Kauai’s Na Pali Coast is a must-see destination, and there are many ways to do it. Hiking, boating, and flying all offer their own unique perks to see it.
Grass Lake, near Luther Pass, is one of the easiest snowshoe trails near South Lake Tahoe. You can make it as long, as short, or as flat as you like.
Kayak Hawaii’s only navigable river, Kauai’s Wailua River, then beach your kayaks and hike to Uluwehi Falls, also known as Secret Falls.
There are many ways to get incredible views of Kauai’s Na Pali Coast, and the Awa’awapuhi Trail is a moderately difficult hike to get some of these views.
The Narrows in Zion National Park, Utah, is one of the most infamous hiking trails in Utah, and perhaps also the United States.
The Cassidy Arch Trail is one of Capitol Reef’s more difficult hikes, but it takes you to an immense, impressive arch with some cool history.
The Navajo Loop & Queen’s Garden is best early morning when the light is great and the crowds are sparse – see some of the Amphitheater’s best features.
One of the more difficult day hikes in Bryce Canyon takes you deep below the rim to walk amongst the hoodoos with impressive arches and tunnels.