Hiking, Camping, Backpacking

Places You Need To Visit for Your Next Hiking Trip

A view of Lake Mcleod and mountains at Glacier national park

Nothing is more exciting than an exhilarating hike surrounded by breathtaking views. Going hiking to the same places can be a bit of a bore. So why not go to a few of the most popular parks in the USA?

Pristine lakes, dramatic peaks, orange-colored cliffs, and an array of wildlife is what you'll find in some of the top hiking trails in the USA. Here are a few parks that we recommend:

Glacier National Park

Known as the "Crown of the Continent," Glacier National Park is named after the remnants of glaciers from the ice age. Located near the Canadian-US border, this park houses scenic and challenging trails for adventurous hikers. A million miles long with 700 lakes, two mountain ranges, and diverse wildlife, Glacier National Park is an interesting place to enjoy a demanding hike. The Grinnell Glacier and Highline Trail are exhilarating yet exciting day hike trails perfect for hikers of all experience levels.

Yosemite National Park

Located in California, Yosemite National Park offers true adventure for all its visitors. With daunting cliff faces, unique rock formations, and sparkling waterfalls, Yosemite National Park is a paradise for hikers. The Half Dome and El Captain are two of its most well-known landmarks worth the hype. Generally, Yosemite National Park features trails such as Half Dome Day Hike for experienced and prepared hikers that takes 10-12 hours to complete. However, guided tours and climbing lessons are easily available on-site by local adventure outfitters.

 

Yellowstone national park at sunset

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is ranked among the top three places in Western USA to go hiking. Stunning views of snowy peaks and clear lakes make Yellowstone Park one of the most beautiful parks to hike in. Hot springs, multi-colored pools, unpredictable geysers, and an array of wildlife punctuate Yellowstone Park's makeup. A paradise for nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts, Yellowstone poses a variety of hiking trails with MT. Washburn, North Rim Trail, and Avalanche Peak being the most popular.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park is located in Southwest Utah with apricot-colored canyons. Pink, cream, and red sandstone cliffs, unique biodiversity, free-standing arches, and hiking trails for every level are what has made Zion Canyon one of the most popular hiking places. For an easy hike, go through the Upper Emerald Pool Trail for a tranquil hike, leading to some gorgeous waterfalls.

If you're planning on going on a hiking adventure, make sure you've got the right gear. At AARN, we've got comfortable and durable hiking backpacks and gear. Invest in our day backpacks or our lightweight bags for a stress-free and healthy hike.

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