Hiker's Paradise: Hidden Gems in the U.S for Your Next Adventure

By Great India Heritage            March  02, 2024

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The Narrows, Zion National Park

Trek through a slot canyon that the Virgin River sculpted, with 2,000-foot-tall sandstone walls on either side. 

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The Teton Crest Trail 

This strenuous 37-mile hike winds across the Teton Range, providing sweeping views of snow-capped peaks, crystal-clear lakes, and meadows covered in wildflowers. 

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Bryce Canyon National Park 

Take a hike around the edge of Bryce Amphitheater to see the fascinating scenery painted by unusual geological formations, including tall hoodoos and thin rock spires.

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Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore 

Discover the spectacular waterfalls, sandstone arches, and cliffs that line Lake Superior's coastline. Experience the landscape from a different angle by going on a boat or kayak excursion. 

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Apostle Islands National Lakeshore 

Explore the splendor of the Apostle Islands, a group of 21 islands dispersed throughout Lake Superior, by kayaking or hiking. Discover secluded coves, sea caves, and antique lighthouses.

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