Which are the best spots in the U.S. for hiking?
The United States has a variety of hiking destinations, from beautiful mountains and serene lakes to rustic villages and remote beaches.
Here’s a rundown of some of the most popular destinations in the nation.
White Sands National Monument The white sand beaches of White Sands are home to some of America’s most spectacular scenery.
Its the largest of the country’s national parks, and is home to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the Las Cruces Convention Center, the Nevada State Capitol and more.
Grand Canyon National Park The Grand Canyon is the largest national park in the world.
It spans nearly 2.4 million acres and spans about 1,400 miles of hiking, biking and mountain biking trails.
It also contains some of Arizona’s highest mountains and is known for its iconic canyon walls.
Yosemite National Park In Yosemite Valley, visitors can experience the stunning natural beauty of the area, which stretches more than 600 miles from the Mexican border in California to Yosemite National Forest in California.
The park also includes many of the world’s most famous Yosemite Valley views, including Mount Whitney and the famous Half Dome.
Sequoia National Park Sequoias, in the San Francisco Bay Area, is a great place to enjoy a picnic, an outdoor movie, a picnic lunch, or a visit to the park’s trails.
Its also home to one of the region’s largest sequoias.
Grand Teton National Park One of the nation’s most impressive and scenic mountains, Grand T