Kings Peak Is Utah’s Only Mountain Over 13,520 Feet, And It’s Worth A Stop

Utah is full of natural wonders, from breathtaking waterfalls and gorgeous canyons to elegant arches and soaring peaks. Adventurous hikers have plenty of exciting terrain to explore, but if you’re looking for a true challenge, Kings Peak in Duchesne County absolutely delivers.

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9 Totally Kid-Friendly Hikes In Montana That Are 1 Mile And Under

Hiking Montana’s gorgeous trails is fun for the whole family, and it’s something we should be encouraging our young Montanans to do from an early age. However, little legs and short attention spans make some of our longer trails tough for them to handle. Fortunately, we’ve discovered a few short-and-sweet hikes in the Treasure State that they’ll love. Here are nine of the best kid-friendly hikes in Montana that are all one mile or less. Enjoy!

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West Tensleep Falls Is A 1.5-Mile Hike In Wyoming That Leads You To A Pristine Waterfall

One of the best things about living (or even just visiting!) Wyoming is the plentiful access to the great outdoors. Whether it’s spending an entire weekend hiking and camping or simply taking a walk in our own neighborhood, there’s no shortage of ways to appreciate the fresh air here. But, one of our favorite ways to experience the state is by heading out on this short trail to one seriously beautiful waterfall!

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Recharge in Luxury Cabins On 2,300 Acres Of Wilderness At Day Mountain Ranch Resort In Idaho

It is said that nature is the best therapy and we believe that’s true – especially when you stay and explore more than 2,300 acres of wilderness at Day Mountain Ranch Resort in Idaho. This incredible resort surrounds you with pure Idaho beauty and provides the coziest luxury cabins. It is one place where it is easy to relax and recharge during a getaway.

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These 4 Trails In Montana Will Lead You To Extraordinary Ruins

If you live in Montana, a passion for hiking (or at least being outdoors) is a must. We’ve got paths for people of all skill levels, and some of them even come with their very own history lesson. On days when you’re feeling a little adventurous, here are four hiking trails in Montana that lead to ruins.

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A Meteorite Hit Canyonlands National Park 60 Million Years Ago, Utah And The Result Is Otherworldy

Utah’s national parks are full of strange and unique rock formations of all kinds, from the spires and hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park to the natural arches and bridges found at Arches National Park. There’s a puzzling rock formation at Canyonlands National Park, and for years scientists disagreed about how it came to be. Today, there’s a leading theory, and it involves a meteorite impact!

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Devils Garden Loop Trail Is A Challenging Hike In Utah That Will Make Your Stomach Drop

Utah has no shortage of challenging hikes, but some don’t get nearly enough recognition. Devils Garden Loop Trail, located in Arches National Park, is a 7.8-mile adventure that features seven natural arches, and the awe-inspiring views are worth every drop of sweat.

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According To Our Readers, Here Are The 11 Best Hiking Trails In Colorado

In case you missed it, there is no better place for hiking than Colorado (not that we are biased or anything!), which makes it nearly impossible to decide which hiking trails are the best of the best! Since we have given our take many times, we have decided to ask you, our knowledgable readers, for your recommendations via our Only in Colorado and Colorado Nature Lovers Facebook pages. Here is what you said:

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There Are Almost More Waterfalls Than There Are Miles Along This Beautiful Hiking Trail In Montana

The beauty located throughout Montana is unmatched by any other state. Of course, those who live in the state certainly already know this. While incredible scenery and landscape are great, there’s one main drawback. Having access to some of the most incredible views in the world can cause some serious decision fatigue. Luckily, we’ve found one that might be the best of the bunch. If you love getting outside, check out this waterfall hiking trail in Montana.

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The One-Of-A-Kind Trail In Utah With Drop-Offs And Switchbacks Is Quite The Hike

The One-Of-A-Kind Trail In Utah With Drop-Offs And Switchbacks Is Quite The Hike

Angels Landing is one of the most famous hikes in Zion National Park. With views of the entire valley and a hiking trail that takes you along switchbacks, heart-stopping cliffs, and to breathtaking views, it is easy to see why. The trail is extremely popular and provides visitors with a hike much different than other hikes in the area, as the last half-mile requires hikers to use chains for balance and support!

 

 

Angels Landing Trail

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