Be it your soul that needs an escape an escape your heart – traveling is for sure the best solution! But if traveling enough? Just traveling to a place isn’t enough, your soul needs a refill! To provide is refill you can go to a nature’s retreat, let the Earth’s beauty and scenery fill your soul with peace and calm! But where do you find an actual nature’s retreat? The answer is a hike!
Here are some of the best places to hike in the United States of America!
Nugget Falls Trail, Tongass National Forest
This place is quite literally a nature lover’s paradise! Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center in Juneau, Alaska is the place for hiking! You could spot black bear clubs, bald eagles, sockeye salmon and a lot more! There are dense forests, meadows, caves and a lot more to just stroll around. It is a two-mile hike with incredible waterfall views!
Halema’uma’u Trail, Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park
Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park is literally a bucket list item that provides a once-in-a-lifetime experience to all its visitors! Several famous trails are available to visitors, like Earthquake Trail and Waldron Ledge. Though it is a mile hike descending from 425 feet, it lets you fast on beautiful and calm ocean views and a rain forest.
Charlies Bunion Hike, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee is literally a paradise for people who like plant and animal diversity. It is world-renowned for the mountains and flora and fauna. It is challenging for those who like hiking and are their passion; they have a “Hike the Smokies” challenge, which rewards those who successfully explore more than a hundred miles. It is a place with all the great things nature offers to start from waterfalls, mountains and ending at mountains!
Billy Goat Trail, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park
A moderate four-mile hike near Washington Dc, to get away from the city and its noise into the peaceful Billy Goat Trail is all you need! You could visit the Potomac River and the rocky Great Falls. The best part is the peace without any crowd.
Petroglyph Wall Trail, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area in Nevada is the longest trail which measures six miles. But even with the short distance, this trail is quite a challenge; many hikers find it difficult. You can even find desert wildlife like hawks, toads, lizards, and others, even with difficulty. You could also visit the 800-year-old historic rock art – the Petroglyph Wall Trail.
Upper Emerald Pool Trail, Zion National Park
Utah’s first national park – the Zion National Park, the famous hiker’s trail with cream, pink and red sandstone cliffs. It is suitable for hikers of all levels. The breathtaking views you could see at this trail during sunrise and sunset with the cliffs and rivers is totally a bucket list item! Visit the Upper Emerald Pool Trail with sparkling waterfalls is easy and a lovely site!