The Best Hiking Trails in Every State
Reader’s Digest (June 11, 2019) by
You can’t beat the views and the bucket list experience of the South Kaibab Trail in Grand Canyon National Park, arguably one of the best hiking trails in the country. It starts at Yaki Point on the South Rim, then one mile in, you’ll reach Ooh-Aah Point—perfectly named for how you’ll feel when you check out the canyon around you, according to Matthew Nelson, executive director of the Arizona Trail Association. Go another half-mile and you’ll arrive at a picnic spot called Cedar Ridge. Then, just another 1.5 miles ahead is Skeleton Point, a good turn-around spot for beginners, as the name suggests. If you love to hike, you’ll also want to know these 15 best places to camp in National Parks.
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