Explore the most popular hiking trails in United States with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Love this hike so much!

Great, easy trail! Mt.Nebo is our go to place to get away. We love the campsites, sunrise and sunset points, and this trail is a nice way to spend several hours at this park.

We love this trail! Easy to moderate. The views along the trail are beautiful.

Love this trail. So much to see on this trail- totally worth your time and effort.

Not free to see the waterfalls, but you can see the stream which has some mini falls. No hiking unless you pay.

11 hours ago

Beautiful hike, even with the fog!

Nice, yet moderately busy trail with excellent viewpoints and well maintained sections interspersed with some slick areas. Do early in day as routine clouds show up early on top.

hiking
11 hours ago

great views and awesome hike just a little too crowded.

Amazing, beautiful hike! Very ICY! Take proper precautions

hiking
11 hours ago

Great hike! Rocky and no shade. So be prepared. Perfect for beginners such as myself. Can’t wait to take my kids and husband up next time.

hiking
12 hours ago

I went there this morning with my baby Jade, it was easy to park and walk straight less than a minute to a nice hot spring. Jade and I had a great time and met nice people at the Miracles hot spring. Don’t forget to bring waters and some snack if you prefer.

fishing
12 hours ago

Nice local walk with a decent pond.

hiking
13 hours ago

Loved this hike and plan to do again. Great exercise and beautiful views, about an hour round trip

Love this one. Muddy and buggy but so much fun

hiking
13 hours ago

Goose Rock Trail, a fairly short hike at .5 to 3 miles depending on how you navigate the rock, offers both the moderately challenging summit along with the perimeter of the rock that views beautiful Puget Sound.

backpacking
13 hours ago

We hiked this trail after a snow fall. It was beautiful in the woods. You don't feel like you are in the wilderness here, but you do have some great views, especially along the creek on the Northern section of the trail near Wildcat Shelter. All of the shelters are in good shape, but you are limited to Sheltering only. Tents are not allowed. Water runs by all three shelters. Hills are fairly continuous, but never too steep. We saw several day hikers and runners, but no other back packers the two days we were there.

Perfect place for mothers to bring their young ones for a power walk!

It’s amazing to me that no one says anything about the primitive road that takes you to the trailhead. Maybe that’s common knowledge out in the superstitions, but anyway, getting to the trailhead is a bumpy and unpaved ride that can be done in a standard sedan but best with a high clearance vehicle.

The trail is nice and I wouldn’t say it was easy, more moderate. Definitely beats other trails in the valley in looks; lots of green even in the winter.

hiking
13 hours ago

Trail was clear and passable up to the falls (did not go further).

Lots of water in the river crossings on the road to the trailhead. Recommend high clearance vehicle.

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