Fern Canyon Trail in Redwoods National and State Park: A Complete Guide

Imagine walking through a lush canyon, whose walls stretch high above you and drip with primeval ferns, while a stream softly babbles nearby. Sounds like a dream? Nope, it’s just the Fern Canyon Trail in Redwoods National and State Park, one of the best hikes to experience the stunning redwood forests of Northern California. So if you want to visit a place that’s so prehistoric looking, it was included in The Lost World: Jurassic Park, buckle up—here’s everything you need to know about the Fern Canyon Trail.

3 Incredible Hoh Rainforest Hikes in Olympic National Park

The Hoh Rainforest is perhaps the most famous area of Washington state’s Olympic National Park, with its ancient trees, dripping with moss, and towering primeval ferns. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve, this magical place is a must on any Olympic National Park itinerary. Here’s the most incredible Hoh Rainforest hikes that are perfect for exploring this wild and otherworldly place. 

The 3 Incredible Washington National Parks: A Complete Guide for 2024

Most people know that Washington offers epic scenery, from some of the most dramatic mountainscapes on the planet to lush rainforests and rugged coastline. So it should be no surprise that three incredible national parks are found within its footprint; in fact, it’s tied for fifth as the state with the most national parks! Here’s everything you need to know about Olympic, Mount Rainier, and North Cascades, the three amazing Washington national parks. 

Hall of Mosses Trail: Everything You Need to Know

There’s perhaps no hike in Olympic National Park that’s more iconic than the Hall of Mosses trail. Located in the lush Hoh Rainforest, the Hall of Mosses lives up to its name, with verdant moss carpeting the forest ground, larger-than-life primeval ferns, and trees soaring hundreds of feet overhead. Best of all, this easy trail is accessible for hikers of all skill levels. Here’s everything you need to know about the Hall of Mosses trail, a walk through a real-life fairytale forest.

Zion National Park to Bryce Canyon National Park Road Trip Guide: Everything You Need to Know

If you’re considering visiting Southwestern Utah, you may be wondering whether you should head to Zion or Bryce Canyon, two national parks with uniquely beautiful landscapes. But why choose between the two, when you can easily explore both of these incredible parks? Here’s everything you need to know to plan an epic road trip for three days (with options for more or less) from Zion National Park to Bryce Canyon.

Kilauea Iki Trail: The Most Unique Hike on the Big Island

If you’re looking for one of the most unique hikes on the Big Island, the Kilauea Iki trail, located in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, might just fit the bill. You’ll hike through a lush rainforest onto a solidified lava lake from a volcanic eruption in 1959. So put on your hiking boots and let’s hit the road- here’s everything you need to know about the Kilauea Iki trail.

Is AllTrails Pro worth it? (Spoiler: It isn’t for everyone but it is for this type of hiker.)

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, you probably know and love AllTrails, one of the best hiking apps on the market. But, after using the app for a while, you may be wondering whether making the leap to AllTrails Pro (now “AllTrails+”) is worth it. In this article, we’re going to be diving into all things AllTrails, from the pros and cons of AllTrails vs. AllTrails Pro to whether it’s time for you to make the plunge with the paid version. 

Fairyland Loop Trail: The Most Underrated (and Jaw-Dropping!) Hike in Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park’s aptly-named Fairyland Loop Trail will take you below the rim of the canyon, while the park’s iconic pink and orange hoodoos tower overhead. And better yet? This trail is a hidden gem- you may just have it all to yourself! So if you’re looking for one the best hikes in Bryce Canyon, look no further- here’s everything you need to know about the Fairyland Loop Trail.

11 Best National Parks to Visit in October to Add to Your Fall Bucket List

October is one of the most beautiful months of the year, kicking off the start of crisp temperatures and Mother Nature’s annual finale of fall colors. With less crowds, more active wildlife, and the start of sweater weather, it’s also the perfect time to explore the great outdoors. Here are 11 of the best national parks to visit in October for the most epic outdoor adventures this fall.

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