Top 10 Most Beautiful Hikes in the U.S

If you like hiking, you may have already visited many hiking sites and seen a lot. However, your adventure cannot be complete if you have not visited at least any of these 10 most beautiful hikes in the U.S, which I am going to share with you.

You need to visit these places and enjoy the spectacular beauty of nature. Believe me; you will love being there.

Harding Icefield Trail

This is an 8.2-mile trip from the valley floor, wadding through Cottonwood and Alder forest among other passes along the way.

It is one of the best hikes where you can get spectacular views of Exit Glacier far below as you soar higher and higher, a real thrill for hikers.

Precipice Trail

Visit the Precipice trail only a mile North of Sand Beach, an original route up the cliffs of Champlain Mountains.

The route passes through fault lines and shelf systems. Climbing is not an issue, as hikers can make use of ladders, wooden bridges, iron rungs, handrails at the steep sections.

Angel’s Landing

Get the thrill through national park’s narrow rock fins with drop-off sides as you go up to a lofty destination atop one of the most attractive landscapes in the Southwest.

Hikers get the chance to take the challenge of making up the heights with the aid of sightseers and chains.

Kalalau Trail

This trail runs about 11 miles along Hawaii’s north shore, from Kee Beach to Kalalau Beach. This trail contributes part of Hawaii’s state park system.

Hiking in Kalalau trail is not just a thrill of the unique coastal line, but one of the 10 most beautiful hikes in the U.S.

John Muir Trail

John Muir is a 211-mile trip between, Yosemite Valley to Mt Whitney in California, running through Sierra Nevada, JMT and a few parts of America’s Park system.

You can’t resist the urge to hike on this trail and experience the spectacular destinations and landmarks between; it is a lifetime experience.

The Maze in Canyonlands

This Maze’s remoteness makes it one of the least accessible places in Canyonlands. You may take some time to travel into this rugged area, but you will always have a reason to get there.

If you want to go for a week or fortnight trip, this is a good destination.

Wonderland Trail in Mount Rainer

The Wonderland trail runs 93 miles all around Mount Rainer. This hike only takes your skills, habits, and abilities to get the experience you can hardly have on a hiking trip.

You will have to go up the high Alpine and sub-Alpine areas, and descending through lowland forests and valleys.

Tuolumne Meadows to Yosemite Valley in Yosemite

This trail is not long, but you will still enjoy a spectacular thrill. This trail stretches across 53.4 miles near the Yosemite National Park in California.

You can enjoy beautiful wild flowers and do several activities along. You can always access this hike destination any time between April and October.

Cottonwood/Marble Canyon Loop in Death Valley

This long route loop stretches from the lush green cottonwood canyons, through the marble canyon with a spectacular allure of towering marble.

You can make it in about three days, with finding two of the important routes to connect to Dead Horse Canyon being the only challenge for many hikers.

Brown Pass in Glacier

Brown Pass hike takes you all the way from North Fork Glacier National Park’s Bowman Valley, past Bowman Campground and ascending to the Brown Pass to the Boulder Pass Trail’s intersection.

If you want to visit the Hole-in-the-wall or Boulder Pass in West Waterston Valley, this hike is for you.

There you go, with these 10 most beautiful hikes in the U.S list, the choice for the one that seems best for your adventure is all yours.

They may be many and spoil you for choice, but even if it takes visiting one at a time, you should at least give each of them a visit.

Janice Friedman