Halloween Hikes in America: The Spookiest Trails

Halloween Hikes in America: The Spookiest Trails

Halloween hikes in America: There’s nothing like a scary story or creepy folklore to add some extra spirit to your hike. And there’s no better season than fall—the time for haunts and haints—to point your hiking boots in the direction of the spooky trails across the United States. These hikes all feature some association with the supernatural (or, in one case, with a resident creature called a “cryptid”), from a little but mighty portentous black dog to a caterwauling spirit giving voice to her grief alongside one of the greatest canyons on the planet. It’s worth noting, of course, that not all trails need have a local phantom or monster—nor some connection to a long-ago murder or massacre—to be spooky. Gnarled barren trees, dangling lichens

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The 20 Best Hikes in the United States

The 20 Best Hikes in the United States

Best Hikes in US – From the Smokies to the Rockies, and the Everglades to the highest point in Maine—and everywhere in between—the United States is full of world-class hikes. Whether you’re a hardcore peak bagger or are obsessed with the panoramic views for your Instagram feed, there’s always something thrilling to lace your hiking boots up for. Here, we tapped for intel on some of the best hikes in the United States. Use them as inspiration for your next outing—or as a reason to plan a trip. Teton Crest Trail, Wyoming The Teton Crest Trail epitomizes the splendor of the West. John Strother There are a lot of really great hikes on this list, but Wyoming’s Teton Crest Trail might just take the cake

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7 Shorter Hiking Trails Perfect For Your Next Weekend Getaway

7 Shorter Hiking Trails Perfect For Your Next Weekend Getaway

Short, challenging backpacking trips for your next getaway are listed below – don’t forget your nCamp gear! Shorter trails can still mean plenty of adventure, and the US has tons to choose from! We’ve compiled a list of seven hiking trails in various locations that we think you should consider for your next weekend getaway. Most of these trails will take you two or three days to comfortably complete allowing you time to rejuvenate in the beauty and serenity of nature as you hike. Along the way, you can always fire up your nCamp Stove and brew a fresh cup of coffee with your nCamp Café to help get you moving in the morning. Happy trails! Batona Trail, New Jersey Trail Website Trail FaceBook Page Batona

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