For decades, climbers have been succeeding and failing while attempting to trek up these dangerous mountains.
Hike & Climb THE SUMMIT IS JUST THE HALFWAY POINT. —ED VIESTURS
The fall is the best time of the year for hiking because the weather is cool enough and the colors are bright, stunning, and most importantly, diverse.
With the weather getting cooler, you can finally start planning a hiking trip in the country’s national parks or beautiful mountains.
The U.S. has more than 10,000 state park areas comprising over 18 million acres.
Day hikes bring a sense of wanderlust and a yearning for adventure that’s almost palpable. It’s common to want to get out and explore and there’s no better way to enjoy traveling and the great outdoors than by taking a backpacking trip that lasts several days or even months.
Clean air, panoramic views of bursting bright colors and miles of forests – the New England states are not the only ones boasting awe-inspiring fall foliage.