10 Mountain Climbing in the Adirondacks 

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Shenandoah National Park, Virginia – With over 500 miles of trails, Shenandoah offers numerous backcountry camping spots, allowing you to experience the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Dolly Sods Wilderness, West Virginia 

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Linville Gorge Wilderness, North Carolina

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Grayson Highlands State Park, Virginia

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Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina

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Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, Virginia

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Appalachian Trail, Multiple States – The famous long-distance trail spans several states and offers numerous backcountry shelters and campsites for thru-hikers and backpackers.

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Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Kentucky 

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

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Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina – From cascading waterfalls to serene lakes, Nantahala’s backcountry camping spots provide a tranquil escape within the Appalachian region.

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10 Best Heli-skiing Spots In Alaska

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