The national parks, “America’s best idea,” are celebrating a centennial this year.
A trip to the Grand Canyon would not be complete without a hike. It’s an incredible experience, and visitors say the backcountry is absolutely amazing.
Hiking is a popular pastime in the U.S. With thousands of spectacular trails in every state, picking where to spend a day trekking can be a challenging task.
The warm weather is melting away the snow in the mountains and is washing away the winter blues.
Hiking the Kumano Kodo Trail in Southeastern Japan is no walk in the park.
The Kumano Kodo Trail is actually a network of trails in the remote, mountainous Kii Peninsula, southeast of Osaka and Kyoto. The trails, which were established as Buddhist pilgrimage routes in the 10th Century, connect several sacred sites, collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.