5 Spectacular US Locations To Visit During The Upcoming Hiking Season

With the weather getting warmer and warmer, a lot of us will feel the want to go on hikes again. There are so many stunning hiking trails in the United States, that it could be a bit tricky to decide which one to choose. So, if you are getting ready for the hiking season, and you’re still not sure where your next adventure should take place, here are our recommendations. 

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona


One of the most visited national parks in the country is the Grand Canyon. Additionally, one of the top walks in the country is the South Kaibab Trail. You’ll pass a spectacular ridge-line descent with breathtaking views of the gorgeous canyon along the way. However, if you are terrified of heights, you might want to stay away from this hike. There are certain points during this hike where you’ll be able to see the raging river hundreds of feet below. Needless to say, this can be extremely unsettling for anyone with acrophobia. But if you’re not afraid of heights, then it’s the perfect adventure for you this hiking season.

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

One of the best hikes in the USA if you want a challenge is the Upper Hawksbill Path in Shenandoah National Park. It’s a fairly easy hike that can easily be finished in the morning; the round-trip distance is only about two miles. The best part is that it takes you to the peak of the park’s highest point, where you can take in breathtaking views of the Shenandoah Valley. Even though the hike only takes around two hours to complete, you will still want to spend more time since you’ll want to admire the breathtaking views or have a picnic in the stone hut. 

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Being just an under two miles round trip, the Navajo Loop Trail is a quick and easy stroll. As a result, it’s a fantastic, family-friendly hike where you can discover the area’s stunning desert landscape. You will be absolutely stunned by the hoodoos. These constructions sometimes referred to as fairy chimneys, are tall rock formations that rise into the sky and are a sight to behold. To be completely honest, the entire national park resembles something out of a different universe. So make sure you bring a camera with you, or just plan enough time to admire this unique location. Be sure to include the Queens Garden Trail as well if you’re looking for a somewhat longer hike.

Yosemite National Park, California


The Mist Trail is possibly the most well-known hiking trail in the United States. Along the journey, you’ll get to enjoy Vernal and Nevada Falls, as well as stroll amidst tall, ancient redwood trees. The hike itself involves a moderate ascent up a flight of stone stairs, so make sure to wear appropriate footwear and use the handrails that are provided. There are many additional hikes in Yosemite National Park for hikers of all skill levels if the Mist Trail isn’t your thing, making it perfect for the hiking season. There is even one that ascends the notorious Half Dome’s face. But this trail definitely isn’t something for beginners.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 

The Grand Prismatic Spring Overlook Trail is a reasonably simple hiking trail located in Yellowstone National Park. Although it’s not the hardest hike in the world, it’s undoubtedly one of the prettiest in the USA when it comes to views.  You will be able to enjoy a stunning view looking down on Grand Prismatic Spring and the Midway Geyser Basin from the right side of the path. The route is manageable for the majority of hikers, and you’ll have more than enough energy to snap some pretty pictures.

Kanita is a wanderlust-fueled traveler with an inclination for unraveling the mysteries of history, the paranormal, and the bizarre world of medicine. As a true crime buff, Kanita's nights are often spent delving into the depths of chilling mysteries. Yet, it's not just the paranormal that captivates her—her background in medicine fuels a fascination with the weird and wonderful world of medical oddities, from twisted historical practices to the myths and legends that shroud the field. From exploring haunted locales to uncovering the strange and morbid tales of medical history, Kanita is your guide to the unconventional, the unexplained, and the downright eerie.

Other Adventures You May Like


Singapore Changi Airport: A Journey Within Your Journey

I always had a thing for airports. There’s just something so special about them. Just walking around, with an iced coffee in my hand, doing a little bit of shopping and just enjoying the “in between” moment. But what if I told you that airports can get even better than that? In fact, this one…
Read More

Young, Broke, and Adventurous? Check Out These Wallet-Friendly Travel Spots

Are you itching to explore the world but worried about your budget? We’ve got you! Traveling doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. In fact, there are plenty of gorgeous countries out there that you can explore, even if you’re on a tight budget. Whether you’re a student, a young professional, or simply…
Read More

Big Meadows Loop at Shenandoah National Park

Big Meadows Loop is a 1.9 mile hike that loops around the area known as Big Meadows at Shenandoah National Park. It’s plain to see how Big Meadows got its name; it’s a high-elevation meadow with a beautiful and occasionally colorful sprinkling of foliage in Shenandoah. Simply put, it’s one of the largest meadows I’ve…
Read More