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New trail on HikingintheSmokys.com: Sugarland Mountain Trail - 1 views

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    The Sugarland Mountain Trail provides hikers with one of the best views of Mt. LeConte.
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Hen Wallow Falls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park - 1 views

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    Hike to one of the highest waterfalls in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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Shenandoah National Park hiking trails - 2 views

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    A comprehensive list of the hiking trails in Shenandoah National Park, including Old Rag Mountain, Stony Man, Whiteoak Canyon, Hawksbill Mountain, and Overall Run Falls.
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    Cool website with some very useful info.
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Hiking Trails in Cumberland Gap National Historic Park - 0 views

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    The highway is gone - taking it's place is a tunnel. The Gap is being restored to the way it was when Daniel Boone crossed it. Hiking trail info for Cumberland Gap National Historic Park: Hensley Settlement, White Rocks, Sand Cave, Tri-State Peak, Skylight Cave.
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Above ground: Mammoth Cave National Park - 1 views

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    Yes, there is a National Park above Mammoth Cave. The longest cave system in the world provides for many hiking opportunites above ground, including the Sand Cave Trail, Sloan's Crossing, Green River Bluffs, Heritage Trail, Sal Hollow, Collie Ridge, and Turnhole Bend.
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Hiking the Red River Gorge in Kentucky - 0 views

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    The Red River Gorge is a unique and scenic natural area within the Daniel Boone National Forest. It's known for its abundant natural stone arches, unusual rock formations, and spectacular sandstone cliffs. In fact, Red River Gorge has over 100 natural arches, making it the greatest concentration of arches east of the Rocky Mountains.
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Big South Fork hiking trails - 0 views

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    Overview of the hiking trails in the Big South Fork National Recreation Area along the Kentucky-Tennessee border. Includes Slave Falls, Sunset Overlook, Angel Falls Rapids, Yahoo Falls Loop, Bear Creek Overlook, and Split Bow Arch.
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Four must-do Hikes near Santa Fe, New Mexico - 0 views

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    Next time you're anywhere near Santa Fe or Taos, New Mexico, make sure you check out these 4 must-do hikes.
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The best hike in America: Cascade Canyon Trail - 0 views

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    The Cascade Canyon Trail in Grand Teton National Park is often rated as one of the best trails in the United States. If you've ever had the opportunity to hike this gem you would probably concur.
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Christmas in the National Parks - 0 views

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    The National Park Service has recently launched a new Holiday Events Page on its website. Plus, two events in the Great Smoky Mountains for the holidays.
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Hiking the Gilpin Lake Loop in Mt. Zirkel Wilderness Area - 0 views

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    At the top of pass you'll have your first views of Gilpin Lake. The view of the deep blue, alpine lake is stunning and dramatic - one of the best in the Rockies.
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Glacier National Park: Fire and Rain - 0 views

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    At one point the fire got so big that they parked a train - loaded with foam - just outside of town. This was to be our protection in case the wind changed direction. Later on we made the hike to spend the night at the historic Sperry Chalet.\n
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Win a Yellowstone National Park Photo Expedition - 0 views

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    Amazon is offering customers a chance to win a trip to Yellowstone National Park. In addition to the trip, the winner will also be awarded a Canon Photography equipment package, as well as a private lesson with Adam Jones, a leading photographer and instructor in Canon's "Explorers of Light" program. You must enter before November 15.\n
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Hiking the Grand Canyon: Rim to Rim - 1 views

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    For many hikers, a "bucket list" or "life list" just wouldn't be complete unless it included a rim to rim hike across the Grand Canyon. I was fortunate enough to do just that over the Memorial Day weekend in 1996 with three fellow hikers.
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Yosemite bears prefer Minivans - 0 views

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    An interesting study was published this month showing that bears in Yosemite break into minivans more often than any other vehicle. The analysis discusses several competing hypotheses about why bears selected minivans during the study.
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Dead Men Walking: Young male hikers most at risk for SAR ops - 0 views

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    Each day, on average, there were 11.2 search and rescue (SAR) incidents in our national park system. Most are concentrated in just 5 park units. The most likely people to require a rescue are males, hikers and boaters.
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Brand new map for western North Carolina waterfalls - 0 views

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    Waterfalls of North Carolina is the very first map available that features and highlights more than 300 waterfalls in the western North Carolina region, including the Great Smoky Mountains.
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Hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park: Photos & hike reports - 1 views

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    With nearly 360 miles of trails, Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is an absolute hiker's paradise. Trails range from flat lakeside strolls to steep mountain peak climbs. Check out my hike reports & photos from the Keyhole on Longs Peak, The Loch, Odessa Lake, the Old Ute Trail, Sky Pond and Bluebird Lake.
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Ypsilon in the Mummies - 0 views

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    From the shore you'll have outstanding views of Ypsilon Mountain, including the snow-filled Y-looking couloirs, from which the mountain derives its name.
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The Key Hole on Longs Peak in the Colorado Rockies - 0 views

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    "Are we out of this godforsaken Boulder Field yet?" The famous trek to the Key Hole on Longs Peak requires a difficult slog through the Boulder Field, a rugged section of "trail", roughly 2/3 of a mile in length and climbs about 800 feet. The incredible views on the other side makes it all worth it, as you can see by the pictures.
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