Lost Coat Trail, California - The Lost Coat Trail in Northern California is often forgotten about. Why? Well, because it's kind of lost.

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The Narrows, Utah – Hiking in Zion National Park will give you some of the best trails in the United States, if not the entire world.

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Long Peak, Colorado - Long Peak in Colorado is one of the state's most impressive 14,000-foot peaks that anyone can climb.

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Mauna Loa Summit, Hawaii

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Cracker Lake, Montana - Glacier National Park is so beautiful that it's the most remote part of Glacier National Park in my "Best Hikes in the USA" list.

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The Wave, Arizona - The Wave is more popular than it really is. But, don't forget this magical landscape of rolling red sandstone at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument.

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Kalalau Trail/Nepali Coast, Hawaii - The Kalalau Trail is rich in stunning beach views, opportunities to swim in waterfalls, and rivers.

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Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming - This incredible national park is home to some of the most beautiful hiking trails in America.

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Trans-Catalina Trail, California

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Tonto Trail, Arizona - The Tonto Trail is officially classified as a South Rim hike.

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Best Places For Paragliding In The US

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