An easy 0.8-mile loop in Grove Oak, Alabama leads to a breathtaking waterfall. Best viewed after rain. Features bridge access, picnic areas, and playgrounds.
A one-mile journey through a birch forest. It culminates at a platform showcasing the 200-foot falls surrounded by autumn foliage. Mostly flat with some rocky steps.
Showcases Anasazi cliff dwellings: Betatakin, Keet Seel, Inscription House. A 5-mile hike to Betatakin offers ruin views; moderate-strenuous with guide required.
A 2-mile hike in Lake Catherine State Park, Hot Springs, Arkansas, winds through forests to Falls Creek Falls, a 10-foot cascade. Easy-moderate with rocky sections.
A 4.6-mile coastal path offering ocean, beach, and pier views. Spot surfers, dolphins, and whales. Flat, paved, suitable for walkers, bikers, strollers.
A 1-mile, steep hike on an old railway, climbing 2,000 feet. Average grade is 45%, peaking at 68%. Panoramic views await. Descend via Barr Trail or shuttle.
Tunxis Trail in Connecticut spans 79 miles with varied sections. The 4.8-mile Indian Council Caves Loop highlights rock formations, caves, and water features. Moderate-difficult with steep inclines.
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