Over 400 trail reports on hikespeak.com

There are 443 trail reports on hikespeak.com. The trails range from day hikes on the Pacific coast to backpacking treks in the high sierras, adventures up canyons in the California desert, or walks beneath dramatic arches in Utah and alongside impressive geysers in Wyoming.

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Exploring California

 

Exploring states outside California

  • Rock Lake
  • Sawyer Mountain
  • Grassy Pond
  • Buttermilk Falls
  • Green Lake State Park
  • Clark Reservation State Park
  • Beaver Lake Snowshoe
  • Labrador Hollow Boardwalk
  • Tinker Falls
  • Labrador Hollow Scenic Overlook
  • Old Faithful Geyser Trail
  • Uncle Tom's Trail
  • North Rim Trail
  • Point Sublime
  • Artist Point Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River
  • The brink of the Upper Falls on the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River
  • Lookout Point Yellowstone
  • Inspiration Point on the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River
  • Porcelain Basin of Norris Geyser Basin
  • Back Basin of Norris Geyser Basin
  • Fountain Paint Pot Trail
  • Midway Geyser Basin
  • Biscuit Basin Loop Walkway
  • Pebble Creek Trail
  • Mud Volcano Area
  • Calcite Springs Overlook Trail
  • Yellowstone Tower Fall
  • Monument Geyser Basin
  • West Thumb Geyser Basin
  • Yellowstone Riddle Lake
  • Artists' Paintpots Trail
  • Mammoth Hot Springs
  • Yellowstone Wraith Falls
  • Boiling River Trail
  • Glacier Overlook
  • Highline Trail Glacier National Park
  • Grinnell Lake Trail Glacier National Park
  • Saint Mary Falls Trail Virginia Falls Glacier National Park
  • Johns Lake Trail Glacier National Park
  • Window Trail
  • Cliff Shelf Nature Trail
  • Notch Trail
  • Door Trail
  • Window Trail
  • Dune Succession Trail
  • Inferno Cone Craters of the Moon
  • Lava Cave Craters of the Moon
  • Skyline Trail Mount Rainier
  • Mount Fremont Lookout Trail
  • Naches Peak Loop Trail
  • Silver Falls Trail Mount Rainier
  • Lava Canyon Trail
  • June Lake Trail
  • Ape Cave Lava Tube
  • Trail of Two Forests
  • Wahclella Falls
  • Multnomah Falls
  • Moab hiking
  • Maob hiking
  • Arches National Park
  • Arches National Park
  • Arches National Park
  • Arches National Park
  • Arches National Park
  • Arches National Park
  • Hike Zion
  • Hike Zion
  • Hike Zion
  • Hike Zion
  • Hike Zion
  • Hike Zion
  • Hike Zion
  • Canyon Overlook Trail Hike Zion
  • Canyonlands hike
  • Grand View Point
  • Canyonlands hike
  • murphys point
  • Canyonlands hike
  • Canyonlands hike
  • Canyonlands hike
  • Colorado National Monument Trails
  • Colorado National Monument Trails
  • Colorado National Monument Trails
  • Colorado National Monument Trails
  • Colorado National Monument Trails
  • Colorado National Monument Trails
  • Colorado National Monument Trails

 

Exploring Canada

Crypt Lake Trail Waterton Lakes National Park Alberta CanadaCrypt Lake Trail in Waterton Lakes National Park
This adventurous 10.8-mile hike is considered one of Canada’s best, passing waterfalls, a natural tunnel, and a cable traverse to reach a pristine lake on the US border.

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Hellhole Canyon Trail number 200 on hikespeak.com
A memorial for the milestone 200th hike erected in Hellhole Canyon in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

Special thanks to Jessica, Caitlin, Greg, and everyone else who joined me on the first 200 treks. Here’s hoping there are many more!

Seth Smigelski
hikespeak.com

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Cherry Canyon Park hike Ultimate Destination Vista Point Lookout Tower Cherry Canyon Motorway Ridge Motorway Descanso Trail Cherry Canyon Trail Ultimate Destination Trail
Cherry Canyon Park preserves over 130 acres in the San Rafael Hills, a small mountain range east of the Verdugo Mountains and south of the San Gabriel Mountains in the city of La Cañada Flintridge. The park has many trails, including wide fire roads suitable for horses and mountain bikes and single tracks strictly for hikers. For a good overview of the area, consider... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: October 8, 2014
High View Nature Trail Joshua Tree National Park Hike Black Rock Canyon Hi-View Trail
While many national park nature trails are short, level, and informative, High View Nature Trail offers a bit more for hikers, 325 feet of elevation gain on a 1 1/3-mile loop. The trail ascends a desert ridge with views over Yucca Valley and toward Southern California's tallest peak, San Gorgonio Mountain, in the mountains to the west. The loop starts near Black Rock... Read more.
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Distance: 1.35 miles – Elevation change: 325 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: October 1, 2014
Coon Creek Trail Montaña de Oro State Park hike Coon Creek Canyon Montana de Oro San Luis Obispo California
Coon Creek Trail explores a coastal canyon at the south end of Montaña de Oro State Park. The trail heads inland for 2.5 miles to a pleasant grove of Monterey cypress at the site of an old homestead that has since disappeared. Take a break in the shade of the cypress trees before turning around for a 5-mile round trip hike with 250 feet of elevation gain. Junctions... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 29, 2014
Coal Mines Historic Site Convict Precinct Walk Tasman Peninsula Tasmania Australia Hike Penal Colony Tour
If you think being a prisoner at a Tasmanian penal colony sounds bad, add coal mining to that prison sentence and you get something truly awful. Such was the case in the 1830s and 40s when, just after the famous Port Arthur Penal Colony was established, convict laborers were sent to another part of the Tasman Peninsula to work in coal mines (and you can imagine that... Read more.
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Distance: 0.8 kilometers / 0.5 miles – Elevation change: 10 meters / 30 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 26, 2014
Cape Raoul Track Tasman Peninsula Bushwalk Tasman National Park Stormlea Tasmania Cape Raoul Cliffs Walk
With some of the tallest sea cliffs in Australia, Cape Raoul is a daunting promontory jutting south from the Tasman Peninsula. While it is listed as one of Tasmania's 60 Great Short Walks, this hike is longer and harder than other tracks on that list at 12 to 14 kilometers (7.45 to 8.7 miles) round trip. The out and back bushwalk follows a track through wild vegetation... Read more.
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Distance: 14 kilometers / 8.7 miles – Elevation change: 225 meters / 820 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 26, 2014
Tasmans Arch Devils Kitchen Lookout Tasman Peninsula Walk Tasman National Park Eaglehawk Neck Devil's Kitchen Tasman's Arch Sea Cliffs
The Tasman Peninsula extends into the Tasman Sea in the southeast corner of Tasmania. While the peninsula was once used as a penitentiary, a visit to the peninsula's impressive coastline today will feel like anything but prison. Just south of the narrow isthmus at Eaglehawk Neck, the east coast of the peninsula has several easy-to-reach wonders, including Tasmans Arch... Read more.
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Distance: 0.9 kilometers / 0.55 miles – Elevation change: 5 meters / 15 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 27, 2014
Tasman Blowhole Fossil Bay Lookout Tasman Peninsula Tasman National Park The Blowhole Eaglehawk Neck Doo Town Fossil Bay Walk
The Tasman Peninsula extends into the Tasman Sea in the southeast corner of Tasmania. While the peninsula was once used as a penitentiary, a visit to the peninsula's impressive coastline today will feel like anything but prison. Just south of the narrow isthmus at Eaglehawk Neck, the east coast of the peninsula has several easy-to-reach wonders, including the Blowhole... Read more.
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Distance: 0.45 kilometers / 0.3 miles – Elevation change: 10 meters / 30 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 27, 2014
Hazards Beach Wineglass Bay Circuit Freycinet National Park Wineglass Bay Track Loop Tasmania Australia Freycinet Peninsula Hazards Beach Track Wineglass Bay Lookout Hike
Wineglass Bay is one of the top-rate beaches in Australia, and a premier destination for hikers in Freycinet National Park. A great way to see Wineglass Bay and the beautiful beach on the opposite side of the peninsula is to hike Wineglass Bay and Hazards Beach Circuit, a loop of 11.5 kilometers (7.15 miles) or more if you walk out on the beach at Wineglass Bay and take... Read more.
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Distance: 12 kilometers / 7.45 miles – Elevation change: 220 meters / 725 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 27, 2014
Cape Tourville Lighthouse Freycinet National Park Tasmania Australia Freycinet Peninsula Cape Tourville Track
Freycinet National Park preserves a picturesque peninsula on Tasmania's east coast. The park's beaches are the pride of Tasmania, and if you've got slightly loftier ambitions, and you can get a great overview of the peninsula from Cape Tourville. An easy 600-meter long trail loops around this promontory on the peninsula's east coast, crossing 100-meter tall granite... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 27, 2014
Friendly Beaches Freycinet National Park Coles Bay Beach Walk Tasmania Australia
Visit long stretches of light sand running along the pristine east coast of Tasmania north of the Freycinet Peninsula. The trail to Friendly Beaches is listed as one of Tasmania's 60 Great Short Walks, and it takes little effort to get from the car park to the beach. A 10-meter long boardwalk leads to an overlook behind the beach and another 10 meters of steps take you... Read more.
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 27, 2014