United States of America

6 km return
2 hrs

Arches National Park

Several hikes here but the most popular is to " Delicate Arch " quite easy walk and worth the hike ( and others ) when in Utah.

5.4 km return
2.25 hrs

Bryce Canyon National Park

Several hikes in this park to from Medium to Hard. All provide stunning scenery. The most popular is the Navajo Trail , does go zig zag down and is a loop so goes back up again and some level of fitness is required but worth the hike.

1 km return
6 mins

Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park

King County's 25,000 acre park system, minutes from Eastside cities such as Bellevue, Newcastle and Issaquah (Seattle).

2 km return
78 mins

Devils Tower

Devils Tower is an interesting national monument in Wyoming. The walking trail around is very easy and flat and goes around in a loop. Nice lil walk when driving past !

19.5 km
6 hrs

Grand Canyon Rim Walk

The highlight of course is the Grand Canyon, nothing you have ever seen can prepare you for how big it really is, the path is mostly paved with some gravel sections, and views up to 40miles to the other side of the canyon. There is a bus for the return journey and planning to be on the rim at sunset is a must.

11 km return
3 hrs

Jenny Lake Trail

Take the ferry across Jenny Lake and hike up to Hidden trail and Inspiration Point. Awesome views from above the lake and a waterfall in between. From inspiration point you may , just may see some black bears that roam in the area. Grand Teton National Park is worth a visit and just down the road from Yellowstone


Ohh Ahh Point

Great views as you walk down into the canyon. First major stop on the longer Kaibab trail.

7 km return
2 hrs

Wildcat Trail

7km loop from the carpark around the West Mitten of Monument Valley

9.7 km
4 hrs

Mailbox Peak

A tough hike basically straight up the side of a mountain from its base to peak. Elevation gain is 1250 m. The trail is initially forested until about the top 1500 m which are above the tree line. The mountain is also a perfect pyramid and is the first major peak on the edge of the range. All this adds up to amazing, distant, 360-degree views.

16 km
5 hrs

Ptarmigan Ridge

Alpine wilderness