Hike to Huyler's Landing/ Closter Dock Loop

The easiest way to access this loop hike is by parking at the Palisades State Park Headquarters.  This is just off exit 2 from the Palisades Interstate Parkway.

256 Saves

Explore Faux Falls

Faux Falls is located near the Ken's Lake campground off Route 191, 20 minutes south of Moab. When I was there it was during several days of thunderstorms. The waterfall was really gushing.

199 Saves

Walk with Penguins on Martillo Island

There is only one company that has a permit to go on Martillo Island, while all the other tours take people to shoot photos from a boat. The company that has the permit is Pira Tour.

176 Saves

Hike the Rubicon Trail

The Rubicon Trail is a through hike connecting D.L. Bliss State Park and Emerald Bay State Park.  You can start at either point.  I opted to start at D.L.

161 Saves

Hike to Hawk Falls in Hickory Run State Park

Hawk Falls is located in Hickory Run State Park, Pennsylvania in the Poconos Mountains.

160 Saves

Mountain Bike Moab's Porcupine Rim

This ride is one of the most popular in Moab, let alone the state of Utah.

156 Saves

Hike the Dyckman Hill/Huyler's Landing Loop

There is two ways to access this loop hike.  The first is from the Englewood Picnic area just off Exit 1 from the Palisades Interstate Parkway.

127 Saves

Creekside and Brandywine Valley Trail Loop

This loops starts out from the Rockland Road Trail head.  There is a pay station here that is self-regulated.

127 Saves

Hike to Bear Mountain

Bear Mountain is one of the more difficult hikes in Sedona but has very easy access. There is a parking area between Doe Mountain and Bear Mountain.

125 Saves

Hike the Boynton Canyon Trail

This is my favorite trail in all of Sedona. The trail head is at the end of Boynton Canyon rd near the entrance of Enchanted Spa and Resort.

124 Saves

Hike to Trillium Falls

Trillium Falls trail is a nice little hike through a second growth and old growth redwood forest. The trail is lined with sweet smelling ferns and has plenty of shade the entire route.

113 Saves

Hike the Cockscomb Trail

This is a wonderful less traveled trail that is fairly easy hiking, at least until you reach the base of the Cockscomb. It does not have much shade.

109 Saves

Visit the Potash Road Petroglyphs

Just north of Moab driving out on route 191, look for Potash Road, also known as route 279 just after the Colorado River. Turn left on Potash road and and drive five miles south.

104 Saves

Hike the Emerald Ridge - Redwood Creek Loop

This loop begins at the Tall Trees Trailhead.  To access this parking area, you must have a permit that you can obtain from the Kuchel ranger station.  The gate is locked.

103 Saves

Hike the Old Growth Forest Trail, Olympic NP

About one mile past the Salmon Cascade Exhibit on Sol Duc - Hot Springs Road is a pull out for a .5 loop walk through an old growth forest.

98 Saves

Hike the Weavers Needle Loop

This is a difficult hike! Plan on a lot of time and an early start.

94 Saves

Hike to La Fortuna Falls

This is a nice 1/2 day trip.

93 Saves

Hike the White Trail in Ridley Creek State Park

The white trail is the only true loop hike in the park. Strangely enough, it has no official trailhead. You can gain access to the trail from either Pavilion/picnic are #9 or Pavilion/picnic area #16.

89 Saves

Visit the Poison Spider Petroglyphs

Not many people visit this petroglyph site because of the steep access trail.

87 Saves

Hike the Skippack Creek Trail

The Skippack Creek Trail was one of my favorites on this most recent trip. Any chance I can hike a trail along side a river, I take advantage of it.

71 Saves

Hike the Dyckman Hill/Carpenter's Grove Loop

This loop hike can be started from several different places.  I chose to start from Allison Park which overlooks the Hudson River in Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

68 Saves

Hike the Aztec Butte Trail

The Aztec Butte Trail is a two pronged out and back trail for a total of two miles. The trail is single track and easy to follow. After a third of a mile the trail splits.

65 Saves

Explore the Point Arena Lighthouse and Trail

Point Arena Lighthouse is situated on the piece of land that is the closest to the Hawaiian Islands from the continental United States.

64 Saves

Hike to Castleton Tower

Castleton Tower is a popular destination for rock climbing when in the Moab area. However, if you are not a rock climbing, you can still enjoy the scenery of the tower and the surrounding desert.

64 Saves

Hike the Bald Cypress Trail

This is an easy hike that meanders a bit more than any of the other trails in the park. It is also the most diverse in what you will see.

63 Saves

Hike to the Klondike Bluff Dinosaur Track

I think these tracks are the best in Moab. Take route 191 north out of Moab for about 13 miles (mile post 142). Klondike Bluff road is on the right. If you pass the airport, you went too far.

61 Saves

Hike the Millbrook Mountain/Gertrude Nose loop

This great loop hike starts from the upper parking lot of Lake Minnewaska State Park.

60 Saves

Hike the Osmanthus Trail

This loop hike is accessed from a short walk from the Bold Cypress Trail and the visitor center.  There are no views along this trail but the what I enjoyed was the pine needle covered trail itself.

57 Saves

Hike the Friendship Ridge Trail loop via the Coastal Trail

This loop hikes starts at the Fern Canyon Trailhead.  To get to Fern Canyon, drive to the end of Davison Rd, also known as Gold Bluff Beach road.

52 Saves

Hike the Tropic Ditch Trail

From the Mossy Cave trailhead, follow the wide easy trail along the Tropic Ditch stream for .35 miles. At that point, the trail splits.

52 Saves

Hike the Chimney Rock Loop, Sedona

This loop hike starts at the Andante Trailhead at the end of Andante Road on the edge of Sedona.

49 Saves

Hike Montgomery Woods State Nature Reserve Loop

This is a great find. We saw it on the map it was on the way from Mendocino to our next stop, Napa Valley. So glad we took the time to visit.

49 Saves

Explore Bayon Temple in Angkor Thom

Bayon Temple was built in the 12 century and about 100 years after Angkor Wat. Bayon is in the exact center of Angkor Thom.

49 Saves

Hike the Sunset Point - South Beacon Mountain Loop

This loop hike form the Notch Trail northern trailhead on Route 9D.  There is enough parking at this trailhead for about 5-6 cars.  The Notch Trail is identified with blue trail markers.

48 Saves

Explore the Willow Springs Dinosaur Tracks

I'm always find dinosaur tracks fascinating. Willow Springs has a few cool tracks not as defined as others but definitely noticeable.

47 Saves

Mountain Bike the Moab Brand Trails

The Moab Brand Trails are a series of trails about 7 miles north of the Colorado River, north of Moab.  They get their name from four of the major trails that spell out "MOAB.

46 Saves

Hike the Riverview Trail

From the parking area at the visitor center, pick up the Backbone Trail marked with gold blazes.  The trails are well marked with signage and arrows.

46 Saves

Explore the Eureka Mine and the Cashier Mill

The Eureka Mine was a gold mine founded by Shorty Harris and Pete Aguereberry. Pete won a legal battle and took control of the mine in 1909.

45 Saves

Mountain Bike the Magnificent 7 Trail

The Mag 7 a relatively new mountain bike route in 2012 that parallels Gemini Bridge road where the trail begins.

45 Saves

Explore Aguereberry Camp

Pete Agueberry came Death Valley in 1905. After a legal battle, Pete gained control of the Eureka Mine in 1909. He worked the mine alone for nearly 40 years before his death.

44 Saves

Hike the Gobbler Ridge Trail

I'm not sure why this trail is called Gobbler Ridge. I do understand the Gobbler part as there are wild turkeys in the park.

41 Saves

Hike Cutthroat Pass from Rainy Pass Trailhead

This hike begins at the parking area across from the Rainy Pass Trail Head. It is on the north side of Route 20. There is a larger parking area a little further down Route 20.

39 Saves

Hike the Woodmarsh Trail

Just at the entrance to Mason Neck State Park is the Woodmarsh Trail. The entire loop is about 3 miles. This is a pleasant easy hike that is relatively flat with no rocks to speak of.

35 Saves

Explore Leadfield Ghost Town

Leadfield is located on Titus Canyon Road and requires a high clearance vehicle to get back and explore. There is a marker designating the site so it is easy to find.

35 Saves

Hike the Perkins/Fahnestock/Charcoal Burners Trail Loop

This is one of my favorite hikes in the Clarence Fahnestock State Park. A real mixed bag but mostly very enjoyable. The trail starts at the Charcoal Burners Trailhead Route 301.

35 Saves

Hike to Beaver Pond

Beaver Pond is a small body of water created by a dam that was constructed during the days of iron ore mining in the area.  The pond is crystal clear and has a wonderful tree line right on the water.

35 Saves

Hike the Iris Tail - Appalachian Tail Loop

Start this hike from the Appalachian Trail parking area off route 23, south bound side, south of the park office. Follow the Blue Dot trail until is intersects with the Iris Trail.

34 Saves

Hike the Brown Mountain Trail

I really enjoyed this hike. I recommend doing the hike as an out and back from the Kinney Road parking area. Also, the best time to hike is just before sunset.

34 Saves

Hike Lyons Ranch

This is really a dirt road that is gated off from Bald Hills Road. The trail head parking can fit about 6 cars but seldom do people venture out this way.

33 Saves

Hike the Buster Island Loop

The Buster Island Loop hike is the longest hike in the park at 6.7 miles. It is completely flat and easy hike that goes through a varied landscape.

33 Saves

HIke the Dorr Mountain Loop via the Tarn Trail

This hike starts from the parking lot of Sieur de Monts Nature Center parking lot, walking on the Wild Gardens Path to the Tarn Trail.

31 Saves

Hike Aspen Corner to Bismark Lake on the Arizona Trail

I started this hike at 7:00am. It was a perfect time of day. The sky was clear and the air was cool.

31 Saves

Hike the Washburn/Nelsonville/Undercliff Loop

This is a difficult loop hike that has several different starting points.  I chose to start at the Washburn Trail Head, which is the lowest starting point you can select.

30 Saves

Hike the Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail

This short trail is located off Mill Canyon rd about 15 minutes north of Moab.

29 Saves

Hike the Jessup/Highlands/Long Path Trails

This trails starts at a small park in Woodbury called Gonzaga Park.  Closed from mid-November to April, you are still able to park just outside the gate if that is the time of year you are hiking.

29 Saves

Hike the Cornish/Brook/Notch/Washburn/Undercliff Loop

This loop is a great option to avoid crowds on the west side of the Washburn trail.  Start at the same trailhead for the Washburn Trail.

29 Saves

Explore Ta Prohm Temple

This is probably my favorite of all the Angkor temples. Ta Prohm is also referred to as Temple of the Jungle. Much has been untouched by Archeologist other than to clear paths through the ruins.

28 Saves

Explore Wat Yai Chaimongkhon

This monastery is also known as Wat Phra Chao Phya-thai and Wat Yai Chai-mongkol. The main Chedi here stands 62 meters high and took over 28,000 tons of bricks to construct.

27 Saves

Hike the Badger Spring Wash Trail

Badger Spring Wash is a dry stream bed most of the year. This trail starts from the Badger Spring Trailhead just off Route 17 north from Phoenix.

27 Saves

Explore Rhyolite Ghost Town

Just outside of Death Valley National Park, Rhyolite is 35 miles from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center on the way to Beatty, Nevada. Rhyolite Ghost Town is a result of the gold rush in Nevada.

26 Saves

Explore Wat Mahathat

Wat Mahathat means "Monastery of the Great Relic." This is because a relic of The Buddha was housed in the Chedi here.

26 Saves

Hike the Stillman - Bluebird Loop

This loop hike starts at the northern trailhead of the park where the Stillman Trail begins.  The parking area has enough space for only 6 or 7 cars.  Start off on a wide maintained carriage road.

26 Saves

Hike the Bins Mesa - Soldier Pass Loop

This loop starts from Vultee Arch Rd. Important to note that doing this loop from here requires a high clearance 4x4.

25 Saves

Hike the Northgate Peaks Trail

The only access to the Northgate Peaks Trail is by the Wildcat Canyon Trail, which has a trailhead just off Kolob Terrace Road.

24 Saves

Relax at Playa Barrigona

This was the very first beach I found off the radar about 15 years ago.  Every year I travel to Costa Rica, I make a point to return to Barrigona.

23 Saves

Camp at Kens Lake Campground

Ken's Lake is an excellent location for peace and quiet. It is operated by the Bureau of Land Management and you can register on site or the reservation system at Recreation.gov.

22 Saves

Hike the Mescal Mountain Loop

The Mescal Mountain Loop Hike circles Mescal Mesa uses three different trails. Park at the Mescal Trail parking area on Long Canyon Road.  The Mescal Trail is 2.

22 Saves

Hike the Scofield Ridge Loop

There are some great view points along this route.  Start from the Mount Beacon Park trailhead parking area.  This leads to the Casino Trail (red markers).

22 Saves

Hike Stornetta Public Lands

Along Point Arena Lighthouse Road there is an access trailhead to Stornetta Public Lands, which is part of the Bureau of Land Management system.

21 Saves

Hike Jessup/West Ridge Loop via the Sweet Clover Trail

Schunnemunk Mountain State Park is one of my favorite parks.  It offers many trails and possibilities for different loops.

20 Saves

Hike the Outer Wall Trail of Angkor Wat

I haven't seen this trail really called anything. The explorer in me likes to check out paths less taken. This is truly one of them. It could be that few people know it even exists.

20 Saves

Hike the Soldier's Trail

This trail was named in honor of the military troops that trained here during World War II.

20 Saves

Explore the "City of Women"

Bantaey Srei was built in 967 A.D. primarily of sandstone. Bantaey Srei is the name the locals call the site now. Translated this means "City of Women" or Citadel of Women.

20 Saves

Hike the North Point Loop

There is three different trailheads to access the North Point Loop.  I chose the trailhead that would give me the longest hike.  That would be the Butter Hill parking area on Route 9W north.

19 Saves

Explore Bakong Temple

Bakong Temple, also known as Prasat Bakong, is part of the Roluos Group located southeast of Siem Reap. It is the largest complex of the Roluos Group.

17 Saves

Visit Everest Base Camp, Tibet

Surprise! You are now at what the Chinese call Everest Base Camp.

16 Saves

Explore Pueblo La Plata

Pueblo La Plata is the largest ancient Indian ruin in Agua Fria National Monument and dates back to before 1200 A.D. The ruin at one time had 80 to 90 rooms for living quarters.

16 Saves

Hike the Kelsey Spring/Hog Hill/Dorsey Spring Loop

This hike starts at the Kelsey Spring Trailhead. Park at the end of Forest Service Road 538G. There is parking for about 6-7 cars.

15 Saves

Explore the Halfway Stage Station

The Halfway Stage Station is a ruin site that is located off of Mill Canyon rd. This station served as the half way mark between Moab and Thompson which is where the train station was.

15 Saves

Hike the Buckskin Mountain Passage from Stateline Campground on the Arizona Trail

Depending how you approach this 800 mile trail, I did the first 4 miles or last 4 miles as an out and back from Stateline Campground on the Utah/Arizona state line and the border of Vermilion.

15 Saves

Explore Preah Ko Temple

Preah Ko, also known as Prasat Preah Ko, is part of the Roluos Group. There is a walkway approaching the temple towers which I found to be impressive and interesting to photograph.

15 Saves

Hike the Osborn Loop

The Osborn Loop trail itself is not a loop.  It connects to a 2.5 mile section of the Appalachian Trail.  Hiking these together creates the loop.

15 Saves

Find the Ta Prohm Stegosaurus

This little carving has become quite popular in recent years. Some think it is evidence that dinosaurs existed during human times.

14 Saves

Hike the Hummingbird Spring Trail

This hike was amazing to me. This trail in not listed on any park service map.

14 Saves

Explore Baksei Cham Krong

Baksei Cham Krong means, The bird that shelters under its wings. The legend is that during an attack on Angkor, the king was sheltered by a large bird that spread it's wings and saved the king.

14 Saves

Explore the Terrace of the Elephants

The Elephant Terrace is part of the Royal Palace complex serving as part of the east wall.

14 Saves

Hike the Two-Spot Loop Trail

This loop trail has two different starting points. You can start at the south end of Rogers Lake (which is what I did) or the north end. I hike in a clockwise direction.

13 Saves

Hike the Preah Khan Trail

Of course the main attraction at Preah Khan is the temples and sanctuary's.  There is amazing detail and numerous rooms to explore. They are beautiful and so much to see.

13 Saves

Hike the Mount Mohican-Raccoon Ridge Traverse

This point to point hike can be done in either direction. There is parking at the entrance to Worthington Campground. Cross Old Mine Road and start up the Garvey Spring Trail (orange markers).

13 Saves

Relax at Playa Corozalito

I have been to many beaches in Costa Rica. I have never experienced a beach as beautiful (yet) as this one. The approach to the water is a gradual, barely noticeable ease into the ocean.

13 Saves

Explore Pre Rup

This temple is of the "Mountain" style, meaning, it is built upward and is relatively a square layout. It has an outer wall and three tiers.

12 Saves

Explore Ta Som Temple

Ta Som is located along the Grand Circuit road after passing Neak Pean and was built in the late 12 century.

12 Saves

Hike to Sky Top via the Undercliff Road

Starting from the East Trapps parking area ascend the East Trapps connector trail marked with yellow blazes.

12 Saves

Photograph Wat Rong Khun - The White Temple

Wat Rong Khun is better known as "The White Temple" and is one of the most recognizable temples in the world.

12 Saves

Explore Lolei Temple

Lolei Temple (also called Prasat Lolei), is part of the Roluos Group southeast of Siem Reap. It was built if the 9th century and consists of 4 towers.

11 Saves

Hike Sendero Punta Catedral

To access this trail, you must pay the $16 park entrance fee. It's a 1.25 mile from the entrance gate along a gravel road but there are signs marking the way to the trailhead.

11 Saves

Hike to Kbal Spean

Kbal Spean is located about 50 Kilometers from Siem Reap and takes about one hour to get there by Tuk Tuk. This location is a series of carved Lingams in a river bed deep in the the jungle.

11 Saves

Hike the Cochise Stronghold Trail

Take Rt. 10 east toward Benson and onto Cochise. Follow the sign to Pearce then to Sunsite. Take Ironwood Rd., Forest Rd. 84, for about 12 miles to the Stronghold Campground.

11 Saves

Explore Banteay Kdei Temple

Banteay  Kdei complex is located southeast of Ta Prohm and typically visited as part of the small circuit through Angkor.

10 Saves

Hike the Timberbrook Pond - Riley's Rise Loop

The trailhead parking is at the end of Timberbrook Road, before the road enters Camp Winnebago (Boy Scouts). I hiked this in a clockwise directions starting on the Timberbrook Trail (yellow markers).

10 Saves

Explore Rongbuk Monastery at the Base of Mt. Everest

Rongbuk is the highest monastery in the world. It has quite a beautiful backdrop featuring Mount Everest. I did not have time to go inside.

10 Saves

Explore Phimeanakas Temple

Phimeanakas is found within the walls of the Royal Palace. Directly north through the palace walls from Baphuon Temple. Phimeanakas is a three tiered temple constructed in the 10th century.

10 Saves

Explore Neak Pean - Ancient Healing Center

Neak Pean is not a temple. It was constructed as a place of healing. It was believed that soaking in the waters at Neak Pean would balance the individual and therefore cure their illnesses.

10 Saves

Explore Phnom Bakheng Temple

Phnom Bakheng Temple is refer to as a "temple mountain." The complex was constructed atop one of the highest points in Angkor in the 9th century, almost two centuries before Angkor Wat.

10 Saves

Explore Baphuon Temple

Baphuon is situated just northwest of Bayon Temple. It was built in the 11th century and was initially a Hindu temple but by the 15th century it was converted into a Buddhist temple.

9 Saves

Hike the Tabor Nature Trail

Signs at the trail head for the Tabor Trail state it is 1.1 miles long. That is much shorter than the actual 1.8 miles my GPS put it at. The trail sign also claims it is wheelchair accessible.

9 Saves

Explore Chau Say Tevoda Temple

This is a small temple just east of the Victory Gate from Angkor Thom. It is very similar to Thommanon Temple which is just across the road. Both are Hindu temples constructed in the 12 century.

9 Saves

Explore Prasat Kravan

Prasat Kravan is a small temple in an open area south of Banteay Kdei and Sras Srang.  The temple is a row of five brick towers with the central tower being the tallest.

9 Saves

Explore Thommanon Temple

Thommanon Temple is a Hindu temple built in the 12th century. It is rather small and located as you exit from Angkor Thom through the Victory Gate.

7 Saves

Explore East Mebon

East Mebon is a temple that was built in the 10th century. The unique thing about East Mebon is that it is actually built on an island.

7 Saves

Hike the Overcliff - Undercliff Road Loop

From the West Trapps parking lot ($15 for hikers), walk to the end of the parking lot and past a large kiosk.  The trail connects the parking lot to the Overcliff Road/Undercliff Road junction.

7 Saves

Thru Hike the Four Birds Trail

The Four Birds Trail is about 19 miles long and is a great thru hike or can be done in sections as out and back hikes or part of loop hikes with other trails.

6 Saves

Explore Monk's Bath Tidal Pools in St. Croix

Monk’s Bath Tidal Pools is interesting but do not go exactly at low tide as the water is too low and many of the pools will not have much water.

6 Saves

Hike Yumbulagang Monastery

When you first see Yumbulagang from a distance, it is quite an impressive sight. Perched atop a craggy hill makes the main tower here seem much larger than it is.

6 Saves

Walk the Tashilhunpo Kora

Tashilhunpo Monastery is the second most holy monastery in Tibet and home to the Panchen Lama (second seat to the Dalai Lama).

6 Saves

Walk the Potala Kora

A Kora is a walk or trek that circumnavigates a holy location, typically a monastery or stupa. The Potala is the former home of the 14th Dalai Lhama.

6 Saves

Relax at Rainbow Beach, St. Croix

Rainbow Beach is one of the more popular beaches on St. Croix. It is not associated with any resort and only a few minutes outside Frederiksted on Route 63.

6 Saves

Hike the Angkor Thom Wall Trail

You can start this hike from any of the five gates.  However, the easiest starting point is the south gate because it is typically the first gate you encounter when entering Angkor Thom.

6 Saves

Hike the Sera Kora

This hike was my first exposure to walking a Kora around a Monastery.  Sera Monastery is considered one of the three great monastery's, the other two being Drepung (also in Lhasa) and Ganden.

5 Saves

Visit Karen Long Neck Village

During my tour to Chiang Rai and north tea plantations, my guide also took me to a Karen Long Neck village.  This, for the most part is a tourist attraction/trap and set up strictly for tourists.

5 Saves

Jordan Pond Path

This was my favorite hike in Acadia during this last trip. The Jordan Pond Path is a loop hike along the shore of Jordan Pond. The trail is around 3 miles long. I had perfect weather for this hike.

4 Saves

Camp at the EBC Tent Village

This is the recommended place to sleep when visiting Mount Everest from the North. There are many Yak wool tents, each has a unique name outside the entrance. It's very interesting to see.

4 Saves

Hike the Ganden Kora

Ganden Monastery is one of the three major Buddhist university's in Tibet.  Many monks study here and there is no shortage of Tibetans making a pilgrimage to the monastery.

4 Saves

Hike the Cascada Rio Pipo Trail

From the parking area, walk through a make-shift barrier with the river on your right hand side.  The start of the trail looks as part of a dirt road, this is the correct way.

3 Saves

Drive Aguereberry Point Road

This was one of the more enjoyable drives I did in the park.

3 Saves

Explore Pelkor Chode Monastery

Pelkor Chode is the largest and main monastery in Gyantse.

3 Saves

Hike to Laguna del Caminante via the Andorra Valley

From the parking area, pass through a gate and hike up the trail which is lined with fields of Buttercup flowers. This lasts for about 0.5 miles when you gradually enter the forest.

2 Saves

Explore Skidoo Road

Skidoo Road is the first dirt road on the left you encounter when driving Emigrant Canyon Road.  The road is suitable for any car until you reach an old mine on the right atop a hill.

2 Saves

Peek-a-boo and Spooky slot canyon Loop Hike

The Dry Fork Trail gives access to a number of slot canyons namely, Peek-A-Boo, Spooky, Brimstone and the wider Dry Fork slot canyon.

2 Saves

Hike to Yungdrungling Monastery

Yungdrungling is one of the few remaining Bon Monastery's remaining in Tibet.  Often referred to as the original religion of Tibet, it came about during the 11th century.

2 Saves

Hike the Hank's Pond Loop

Hank's Pond loop can be accessed from the south at the corner of Clinton road and Van Orden road or from the north, parking at the lot on Stephens road.  I hiked from the south on this trip.

2 Saves

Hike Great Head Loop

The Great Head is a small peninsula just north of Sand Beach. The western shore of the peninsula faces Sand Beach.

2 Saves

Hike to Laguna Torre

This is one of the more popular hikes in El Chalten.  There are two trailheads with the main one being on the west side of town at the end of Avenida Charito.

1 Saves

Hike to Piedra Del Fraile

The trailhead to Piedra Del Fraile is on the right side of Ruta 23 just before the road crosses Rio Electrico.  There is signage a few yards into the trail that initially is easy to find.

1 Saves

Hike the Terrace Pond North - South Loop

From Warwick Road, parking at the northernmost road side parking area, cross the road, and the Terrace Pond North trail (marked with blue blazes) begins as a steady climb until you gain a ridge that .

1 Saves

Hike to Laguna Esmeralda

Laguna Esmeralda is one of the easier lagunas to hike to if you have a car because the trail head and parking are right on Route 3 just outside Ushuaia.  Fortunately we had a car.

1 Saves

Bar Island Trail

The Bar Island Trail is, of course, on Bar Island. A small Island just off the shore line of Bar Harbor. The island is only accessible during low tide when you can cross on an exposed sand bar.

1 Saves

Experience the sunset at Angkor Wat

One of the most popular things to do when visiting Angkor Archaeological Park is watch the sunrise.  Hoards of people flock to the North Library area to see the event.

1 Saves

Hike the Trumbull Trail in St. Croix

The Trumbull Trail starts on the grounds of the Renaissance Resort at the central part of the north coast. There is free parking at the resort.

1 Saves

Explore Hache Island

Hache Island, commonly known as “H” Island because of it’s shape, is only accessible through a tour with Tres Marias based in Ushuaia.

1 Saves

Hike the Upper El Chorillo del Salto Waterfalls

The parking area is about 1 mile from the Laguna de los Tres trailhead to Fitzroy.  Follow the dirt road to the right.

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