A 5.4-mile hike with steep sides and chains for support. It has amazing views but isn't good for those scared of heights or crowds.
A 14-16 mile challenging hike with a 5,000-foot elevation gain. The last part uses cables and planks. The top offers a breathtaking view of Yosemite Valley and nearby peaks.
A 22 miles along the Na Pali Coast with valleys, cliffs, and beaches. It has challenging sections. Camping at Kalalau Beach needs a permit.
A 2.5-mile loop climbing Champlain Mountain with boulders, ledges, and iron rungs. It's steep and challenging with great ocean views but not for those fearing heights.
A 10.6-mile hike passing alpine lakes, waterfalls, and wildlife. Climbing 1,600 feet, it offers views of Grinnell Glacier and its turquoise meltwater.
A 10-mile hike to the volcano's rim. Starting in forests, it leads to an ash landscape, ending at the summit with crater views and surrounding panoramas.
A popular 12-mile round-trip hike from South Rim to Plateau Point, offering views of the Colorado River and Phantom Ranch. It's strenuous with a 3,100-foot descent and high temperatures.
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