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Best Trails near New Orleans, Louisiana

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on Bourbon Street
2 months ago

walking

Not quite sure I would consider this a trail...great history. Walked the length of the city as we'll. Very dirty and crowded.

on Bourbon Street
2 months ago

Not a trail, an interesting walk but sketcy.

on French Quarter
2 months ago

walking

One of my favorite places on earth! Laissez les Bon temps roulez!

on Bourbon Street
3 months ago

Now, this is funny. I am 62 and have been hiking this trail for years without knowing it. Be careful of the wildlife.

on French Quarter
4 months ago

Walk and shop

on Bourbon Street
6 months ago

on French Quarter
6 months ago

walking

on Bourbon Street
1 year ago

LOL FRIDAY NIGHTS

on Bourbon Street
1 year ago

Walk it sober at 5am Thursday thru Sunday. You will see what a zombie apocalypse looks like. Watch out for broken glass and oyster shells. Seeing people in this stupor will make you control your alcohol intake.

on River Walk
2 years ago

walking

Nice place to get out of the heat and enjoy views of the Mississippi River.

on French Quarter
2 years ago

walking

I asked my wife to marry me in Jackson Square in front of St. Louis Cathedral a few years ago. The French Quarter has so much history.

Definitely go by Cafe du Monde and get some beignets.

on Bourbon Street
2 years ago

walking

Probably the most famous (or infamous) street in America. You can't come to New Orleans and not see Bourbon Street. Been here many times.

on Bourbon Street
2 years ago

walking

Lots of places to fill your canteen on this trail...

on French Quarter
2 years ago

I fell in love with New Orleans after only one short walk around the French Quarter. It was the first of many, and I moved there briefly. I still miss it to this day. It's truly a one of a kind unique experience, and the "energy" alone there, combined with the people watching opportunities make it one of the best walks in the country.

on Bourbon Street
2 years ago

Definitely not a nature type of hike, but there are definitely some animals to watch, and some "wild life" along the way. One of a kind street, the only one like it in America, and worth the experience. You find some major crowds during Mardi Gras, moderate crowds on any given night, all hours of the day or night.

on River Walk
2 years ago

walking

Spent a few hours on the walk. Enjoyed the sights and sounds.

on Bourbon Street
2 years ago

walking

I find it hard to remember all of my late night ramble on Bourbon street. I guess that's a recommendation in itself because I remember it was real fun.