Top 10 Hiking Trails in the USA

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Here are some of the best hiking destinations in the United States, as ranked by the people.

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John Muir Trail, California - This is a 211-mile trail that stretches from Yosemite Valley to Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the continental US.

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Lost Coast Trail, California - This is a 25-mile trail that follows the rugged coastline of Northem California.

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Tonto Trail, Arizona - This is a 70-mile trail that runs along the inner gorge of Grand Canyon National Park.

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Trans-Catalina Trail, California - The Trans Catalina Trail is a 38.5-mile trail that crosses Santa Catalina Island off the coast of Los Angeles.

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Grand Tetons National Park Wyoming - This is a park that has more than 200 miles of trails that explore the majestic peaks, lakes, and wildlife of the Teton Range.

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Kalalau Trail/Nepali Coast, Hawaii - This is a 22-mile round-trip trail that follows the rugged and beautiful coastline of the island of Kauai.

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Alaska - This is a state that has some of the most diverse and wild hiking opportunities in the United States.

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Arkansas - This is a state that includes some of the best hiking trails in the Midwest and South regions.

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Hawaii - This is a state that contains some of the most tropical and exotic hiking trails in America.

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Washington DC. - It's a city that includes some of America's best urban walking trails.

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