Category: Hiking in North America

The Countless Waterfalls Of Watkins Glen, New York

Watkins Glen, a small park in New York state and one of our favorite state parks in the US. The reason is simple: this 2 miles long hike in a glen has 19 waterfalls. Waterfalls at every step you take? Yes! At least 19 is the number what we read, but we lost track of…
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In Search Of Special Tropical Hikes: Na Pali Coast, Hawaii

Wherever we go, we hike. And Hawaii is such a special place to do so! The views, the tropical plants we’ve never seen before, those incredible shades of green and turquoise, and those waterfalls hidden in the lush green valleys. And let me not forget to mention Kauai chicken either. That can be seen even…
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Land Of Million Alpine Lakes: Tahoe, California

Can you imagine a hiking trail which passes by four or even more beautiful, crystal clear alpine lakes surrounded by picturesque granite peaks? There’s more than one trail at Lake Tahoe which satisfies those criterias and you don’t need to hike for days to reach them, a lot of them are so close! We are…
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Reasons To Visit Page, Arizona

Have you ever heard about Page in Arizona? No wonder, you probably haven’t. There’s nothing special to see in Page itself, but there are some very special places near this small town. The tremendous curve of Colorado: Horseshoe Bend We discovered Page when I was searching for that horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River which I’ve…
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Nothing Compares: The Waterfalls Of Yosemite

A waterfall wonderland hidden in a deep valley surrounded by proud granite peaks: this is Yosemite Valley, part of California’s world famous Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada. We were fallen in love with this park from the very first moment when we got out from our car in the middle of the valley.…
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A National Park Still Not Famous Enough: Zion, Utah

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Utah? Since last October, it’s Zion National Park for us. We’ve never even heard about it when we lived in Europe and after visiting it, I really don’t understand why it is not as famous as Grand Canyon or Yosemite. But…
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