National Trails Day: The Greatest Trails in the US
Snowmass Creek Trail1 of 11
Located near Aspen, Colorado, this trail traverses 8.5 miles to the picturesque Maroon Lake.
Franconia Ridge Trail2 of 11
Part of the mammoth-sized Appalachian trail, Franconia Ridge Trial is an 8.9 mile loop in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Honey Creek Loop3 of 11
A 5.6 mile trail located near Allardt, Tennessee includes a stunning waterfall.
Angel's Landing4 of 11
This thrilling hike in Zion National Park traverses narrow rock fins and provides magnificent views of one of the United States' most popular national parks.
Long Trail5 of 11
This 272-mile trail stretches the entire state of Vermont.
Appalachian Trail6 of 11
The trail of all trails, this 3+ month hike stretches 2,168 miles from Georgia to Maine.
Williams Lake Trail7 of 11
A short 2-mile hike to Williams Lake and 2 miles back, this New Mexico Trail provides stunning lake and mountain views.
Jacks River Falls Trail8 of 11
Jacks River Falls winds and wades 16.3 miles through the Cohutta Wilderness in Georgia. Dress appropriately, as this hike will leave your gear filled with water.
Hayduke Trail9 of 11
From Arches National Park to the Grand Canyon, this 812 mile hike gives you the best of southern Utah and Northern Arizona.
Pacific Crest Trail10 of 11
Longer than the Appalachian Trail at 2,663 miles, this trail traverses the three west coast states from the U.S.-Mexico border to the U.S.-Canada border.