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    Daniel Riley reviewed Buffalo Park Loop

    5 days ago

    A flat wide urban trail. Great for walking a dog.

    Daniel Riley completed Buffalo Park Loop

    5 days ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Griffith Spring Trail

    5 days ago

    A short easy loop that's just south of Flagstaff.

    Daniel Riley completed Griffith Spring Trail

    5 days ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Cattle Point - San Juan Island

    6 months ago

    One of the best trips of my life was when my little brother and I took our bicycles to the island and road around for three days, camping along the ocean.

    Daniel Riley reviewed French Quarter

    6 months ago

    Daniel Riley completed French Quarter

    6 months ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed River Walk

    6 months ago

    Enjoyed a nice run along this path the morning after too much food and drink... tried and succeeded in sweating it out of my system.

    Daniel Riley completed River Walk

    6 months ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed The National Mall

    6 months ago

    Every time I visit DC, I always find something new while walking around the National Mall.

    Daniel Riley completed The National Mall

    6 months ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Tidal Basin and Hains Point

    6 months ago

    It's most beautiful when the cherry blossoms are out, but the crowds are intense.

    Daniel Riley reviewed Fort McHenry Trail

    6 months ago

    A well-maintained trail that encircles the Fort McHenry National Monument. We took a water taxi to the monument, and it was a lot of fun!

    Daniel Riley completed Fort McHenry Trail

    6 months ago

    Daniel Riley followed Taryn Irvin

    6 months ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Dark Angel

    6 months ago

    I've been wanting to do this hike for a long time, and it was so worth it!

    Daniel Riley completed Dark Angel

    6 months ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Inca Trail Trek

    11 months ago

    The trek from km 82 to Machu Picchu is longer than what’s listed in the description here. The actual distance is 26 miles. We booked a four-day Trek with Alpaca Expeditions and were very happy with our choice. They offered amazing service for a reasonable price.

    Daniel Riley reviewed Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu Loop

    11 months ago

    Finished the four-day Inca Trail and capped it off with a hike up Huayna Picchu. The trail is mostly stairs and via ferrata (metal cables bolted into the rock that you can use to pull yourself up). It’s very steep, and the average time it takes to complete it is two hours.

    Daniel Riley completed Huayna Picchu Loop

    11 months ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Tunnel Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley completed Tunnel Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Pine Canyon Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley completed Pine Canyon Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Fort Bowie Trail

    about 1 year ago

    The trail is 1.5 miles one-way from the trailhead to the Visitor Center. From there, you can take a short path into the ruins of the old fort. The on-duty Park Ranger was friendly and offered many stories about the fort. The Butterfield Overland Mail Route passed through here, and the trail is still visible.

    Daniel Riley completed Fort Bowie Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Jack London State Historic Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    There are 30-miles of hiking trails in this State Park, and the highlight is Jack London's burned-down mansion, Wolf House.

    Daniel Riley reviewed Napa River Trail

    over 1 year ago

    This is a well-maintained paved trail along the Napa River.

    Daniel Riley completed Napa River Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley added Silver Star Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Spanish Bottom to Dollhouse Granaries

    over 1 year ago

    This is in a remote section of Canyonlands. Getting from upper Spanish Bottom to the beginning of the trail might take a little bit of a bushwhack. The trail itself is a steep set of switchbacks that claim 1,300 feet in one mile. There is a lot of exposure to sun and drop-offs, so this trail isn't for the squeamish. But then, if you're at Spanish Bottom, you've probably already canoed or kayaked a long section of the Colorado or Green rivers and are up for anything! When I hiked this, my wife and I were the only people on the trail.

    Daniel Riley completed Schultz Creek Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley reviewed Doe Mountain Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Daniel Riley completed Doe Mountain Trail

    over 1 year ago