Hiking in the Western United States


Hiking opportunities in the Western United States are varied and plentiful
throughout the region. The following articles illustrate
some of the variety that is available:


A Hike to Phantom Ranch in the Grand Canyon

Heart of the Rocks
A Hike in the Chiricahua National Monument

Wandering Above the Trees
A Summer Hike to Gaylor Lake in Yosemite

An Early Morning Walk in the Tennessee Valley
A trail just north of the Golden Gate

Sawtooth Trail in Mineral King

Butte Lake to Snag Lake via the Painted Dunes
A hike in Lassen Volcanic National Park

A Walk to Hell and Back

A Short Walk in the Woods
A Redwood Park in Northern California

The Prettiest Place on the Planet
A horse packing trip with lots of hiking

Elephant Rock to the Needles
A Hike in Canyonlands National Park

The Panorama Trail
Glacier Point to Yosemite Valley

A Hike to Feather Falls - Very Late Spring

Hike Sugar Bowl and Hart Tree Trails

The Trail to Paradise Valley in King's Canyon

A Day of Hiking Above Lake Tahoe
A trail high up in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

A Day of Hiking
in Point Reyes National Seashore

Other Suggested Hikes can be found
throughout Wandering Lizard.
Look for "Trail" Li

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"Walking is the very best exercise.
Habituate yourself to walk very far."

Thomas Jefferson