The United States has many awesome hiking areas to choose from. This page highlights 122 of them to help you decide between some pretty great choices.

Click through on each of the hiking areas listed below for full details of what each hiking area has to offer.

You will find everything from nearby campground information to maps, directions, images and more.

Alien Run Mountain Bike Trail, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions From Aztec, NM, travel northeast on highway NM 550. From the junction of NM 173 and NM 550, travel northeast about 2.9 miles to County Road 2770. On County Road 2770, turn east and travel about 2.7 miles to an oil and gas road. Turn north on the oil and gas road, and travel about 0.5 miles to the top of a hill, cross the cattleguard, and turn east on a narrow road to the parking lot. Phone 505-564-7600 Activities BIKING, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel Alien Run consists of three looped mountain bike trails

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Appalachian National Scenic Trail, West Virginia Camping & Hiking

Directions There are many points of access along the Appalachian Trail, whether it is by car, train, bus or plane. For more detailed directions, please refer to the “Directions” section of our park webpage. Phone (304) 535-6278 Activities CAMPING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: West Virginia Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: West Virginia Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More West Virginia Recreation Areas Appalachian National Scenic Trail Official Website Appalachian National Scenic Trail Map The Appalachian Trail is a 2,180+ mile long public footpath that traverses the scenic, wooded, pastoral, wild, and culturally resonant lands of the Appalachian Mountains. Conceived in 1921, built by private citizens, and completed in 1937, today the trail is managed by the National Park Service, US Forest Service, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, numerous state agencies and thousands

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Arizona National Scenic Trail, Arizona Camping & Hiking

Directions From the town of Superior, take AZ 177 south for 15.2 miles (MP 152.1) and then turn south onto Florence-Kelvin Highway (next to RR crossing) for 1.2 miles through the community of Kelvin and cross the Kelvin Bridge. The passage begins on the south side of the bridge along Centurion Road. There is a large parking area at the junction of Riverside Rd. and Florence-Kelvin Highway; just across the road from the trailhead. The BLM has constructed a trailhead at the end of Centurion Road. This provides easy access to the Arizona Trail and an increasingly popular segment of this scenic trail along the Gila River. Phone (520) 258-7200 Activities CAMPING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Arizona Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Arizona Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More

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Bald Ridge Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions This site is located 18 miles north of Cody off Wyoming State Highway 120. Turn left onto Park County Road 7RP and continue approximately five miles; look for the Hogan-Luce Trailhead sign and take a left onto the one-mile long access road to the site. Phone 307-578-5900? Activities CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr This horseback riding and hiking trail winds for five miles through BLM-managed public lands and state land to Bald Ridge in the Shoshone National Forest. The elevation ranges from 4,880™-8,400™. Spectacular views of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River to the west

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Bear Creek Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Starts at mile 10 on the Nome Creek Road Phone 907 474-2200 Activities OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas From its start at Nome Creek Road, this trail climbs gradually to cross a ridge before paralleling the Beaver Creek drainage. It crosses Champion Creek and Bear Creek shortly before reaching its end at Richards Cabin. This primarily a winter trail and crosses many wet areas.

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Bearclaw Poppy Trail System, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Bloomington Trailhead: From Interstate 15 take Exit 6 into St. George. Turn north on Bluff Street. Turn left on Black Ridge Drive. Turn right on Hilton Drive. Turn left on Tonaquint Drive just on the other side of the river bridge. Turn right on Bloomington Drive. Turn right on Navajo Drive and to continue until it turns to a gravel road. Just past the cattle guard, park in the open area on the right. Gap Trailhead: From Interstate 15 take Exit 6 into St. George. Turn north on Bluff Street. Turn left on Black Ridge Drive. Turn right on Hilton Drive and continue as it turns into Dixie Drive. Turn left on Canyon View Drive (just before the Green Valley Market) and continue until it turns into a gravel road. Turn right and head north .15 miles. Turn left to drop down off the mesa. Continue .3 miles to

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Betty’s Kitchen Watchable Wildlife Viewing Area and National Recreation Trail, Arizona Camping & Hiking

Directions From Yuma, take State Highway 95 (16th Street) east 5 miles to Avenue 7E. Turn north on Avenue 7E, following it 9 miles to a point just past Laguna Dam. Turn left at the sign for Betty’s Kitchen. Phone (928) 317-3200 Activities FISHING, HIKING, PICNICKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Arizona Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Arizona Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Arizona Recreation Areas Betty’s Kitchen Watchable Wildlife Viewing Area National Recreation Trail Web Site Betty’s Kitchen is a wildlife interpretive area along the Lower Colorado River, with a 0.5 mile fully-accessible interpretive trail and fishing pier. Betty’s Kitchen is enjoyed by many for wildlife observation, picnicking, and fishing throughout the year. The Betty’s Kitchen Protective Association assists BLM with the management of the site.

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Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions FROM RENO: Take Highway 395 North about 85 miles until it turns toward Alturas. Continue straight on the main roadway (which becomes Highway 36) into Susanville. Follow Main Street to the stop light at the bottom of the hill by Historic Uptown Susanville. Turn left on Weatherlow Street (which becomes Richmond Road) and follow 1/2 mile across Susan River to Susanville Railroad Depot Trailhead and Visitor Center. Phone 530-257-0456 Activities BIKING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WINTER SPORTS, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Devil’s Corral Trailhead Susanville Trailhead Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Lassen Land & Trails Trust BLM Recreation Sites Bizz Johnson Trail and Trailhead Photos Bizz Johnson National Recreation

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Black Rock-High Rock Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area, Nevada Camping & Hiking

Directions From Reno, take Interstate 80 east to Wadsworth. Travel north for 75 miles on State Highway 447 to Gerlach. Phone 775-623-1500 Activities AUTO TOURING, CLIMBING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WATER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Nevada Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Nevada Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Nevada Recreation Areas Spectacular scenic opportunities abound in one of the largest and flattest alkaline playas in the United States. The Playa is a now-dry remnant of ancient Lake Lahontan; it is 44 miles long (oriented north-south), and averages 7 miles in width. Opportunities for solitude are considerable. A variety of interesting geologic features dominate the landscape. The near-pristine Applegate-Lassen section of the California National Historic Trail traverses the Playa. For more information,

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Bloomington Cave Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions From St. George: This route from the east follows the Curley Hollow Wash. It is not maintained and can be narrow and rugged. A 4WD vehicle is recommended. Travel to the Bloomington area of St. George (Exit 4 off I-15). Drive through the roundabout and take Pioneer Road south (I-15 will be on your left). Turn right on Man-O-War Road. Turn right onto Bloomington Drive at the end of Man-O-War. Continue on Bloomington Drive until reaching Navajo Drive and turn right. Follow Navajo Drive until the pavement ends. From the end of the pavement, travel 1.6 miles and turn right into Curley Hollow Wash (intersection is signed). At 6.8 miles, the route diverts from the wash so take the left fork, staying on the main road (intersection is signed). At 7.9 miles, turn left (intersection is signed). At 8.4 miles take the right fork in the road. Travel another

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Bobcat-Houlihan Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The trailhead is located 28 miles southwest of Cody. Travel on Wyoming State Highway 291 (the South Fork Highway) 28 miles. Turn right onto Park County Road 6EH and travel approximately three miles to the trailhead. Phone 307-578-5900 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The picturesque Bobcat/Houlihan Trailhead is a popular trailhead surrounded by the magnificent Absaroka Mountains located deep in the South Fork Shoshone River Valley. The trail features a moderately steep hike to the Shoshone National Forest boundary, suitable for horseback riding and hiking. The trail begins near the South Fork of the Shoshone River

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Bradshaw Trail National Back Country Byway, California Camping & Hiking

Directions From Blythe, take Interstate 10 west for about 17 miles to the Wiley’s Well exit. Go south (left) on Wiley’s Well Road for about 9 miles to its intersection with the Bradshaw Trail, just past Wiley’s Well Campground. Turn right and proceed west towards Indio. Phone 760-833-7100 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WILDLIFE VIEWING, OFF ROAD VEHICLE TRAILS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Bradshaw Trail National Back Country Byway Temporary Trail Closure: The Bureau of Land Management will temporarily restrict public access to Bradshaw Trail and nearby lands, effective 12:01 a.m., Sept. 16, to 11:59 p.m., Sept. 27, and then 12:01 a.m., Jan. 6, 2020, to 11:59 p.m., Feb. 7,

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Bradshaw Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions To access Bradshaw Trail from the west, travel south on Highway 111 past the Desert Cities toward the area of the eastern side of the Salton Sea. When you pass the intersection of Parkside Drive, start counting. At 18.4 miles, turn left on Hot Mineral Spa Road and go 3.6 miles to the end of the pavement. Continue along the dirt road; go left and travel alongside the American Canal for 8 miles. The Bradshaw Trail trailhead will be on your right. If you are already on the Bradshaw Trail and travelling west, just reverse these directions to get to Highway 111: from where the Bradshaw Trail crosses the American Canal, turn left, travel alongside the American Canal for 8 miles; go right and continue along the dirt road until it becomes pavement, then go 3.6 miles to Highway 111. Phone 760-251-4800 Activities AUTO TOURING, CAMPING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE,

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Burn Canyon Trail System, Colorado Camping & Hiking

Directions The trail system is located about a couple of miles northwest of Norwood, Colorado via paved and dirt roads. Passenger cars can access any of the trails under most road conditions. From Norwood™s main street (Grand Avenue): Travel to the far west end of Grand Avenue; follow the highway as it curves to the right; pass the fairgrounds on your right. Turn left at the first opportunity AA42 Road (also known as W35 and Norwood Burn Road); follow this road for about 2.9 miles. It passes the Pioneer Village subdivision and Elder™s junkyard. This Road changes to Norwood Burn Road. Continue on this road as it takes switchbacks into a canyon. Continue on the same road up a hillside and around some switchbacks where after climbing the hill you will find a parking area on your right. The trail head for the Burn Canyon Trail Loops start here. Phone

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Burr Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Burr Trail connects to State Route 276 just north of Bullfrog Phone (435) 542-3461 Activities AUTO TOURING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas The Notom road segment parallels the Waterpocket Fold and provides an excellent opportunity to view the magnitude of this colorful and desolate rock spine. East of the backway are expansive views of the Henry Mountains and Mancos Mesas foothills. The Burr Trail road crosses softly rolling mancos hills, and then follows a deeply incised canyon to Lake Powell.

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Buzzard Gulch Trail System, Colorado Camping & Hiking

Directions From Montrose, head west across the Uncompahgre River on West Main Street. Continue west up the hill as West Main becomes Spring Creek Road (Highway 90). At the top of the hill, turn left onto 6300 Road (the continuation of Highway 90). In 1.0 mile, Highway 90 makes a sharp right turn as it continues on West Oak Grove Road. In 0.4 mile, turn left onto 6250 (also known as Dave Wood) Road. In 2.5 miles, turn right onto Popular Road and then left onto Spring Canyon Road. Spring Canyon Trailhead will be on your left. Phone 970-240-5300 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Colorado Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Colorado Hiking Trails Dry Creek Climbing Area Related Link(s) More Colorado Recreation Areas Buzzard Gulch Loop BLM Archive

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California National Historic Trail – Nobles Emigrant segment, California Camping & Hiking

Directions From Susanville travel North on Hwy 395 for app. 25 miles. Turn East (right) on Smoke Creek Road. The trail parallels Smoke Creek Road. Phone 530-257-0456 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas The Nobles Trail is a branch of the California National Historic Trail, located outside of Susanville, Ca. The California National Historic Trail was a mid-19th century highway for human movement to lures of gold and farmland in California. Between 1841 and 1869, more than 200,000 emigrants traversed the California Trail. The movement of thousands of people and animals along this trail caused many changes to the lifeways of Native Americans.The trail winds 2,000 miles

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California National Historic Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Follow Interstate 80 west from Salt Lake City to Wendover via Grantsville, Skull Valley, Cedar Mountains-Hastings Pass, and Silver Island Mountains-Donner Reed Pass. Phone 801-977-4300 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas The Hastings Cutoff route was used from 1846 to 1850 by pioneers and gold rushers attempting to save 300 miles off the normal route to California via Idaho. This route was first pioneered by the Fremont expedition in 1845 and promoted a year later by the ambitious Lansford W. Hastings as a shorter route to the Humboldt River in Nevada. However, the Hastings Cutoff involved a perilous 90-mile waterless trek across

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Canyons Of Escalante/ Burr Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions The 66 mile Burr Trail connects Boulder, UT on Highway 12 with Bullfrog Road near the southern end of Capitol Reef National Park and on Highway 276 near Bullfrog Marina. Phone (435) 826-5499 Activities INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas Canyons Of Escalante/ Burr Trail The Canyons of the Escalante–Wonders in Water and Stone. The Escalante River, the last major river system to be mapped in the continental United States, cascades off the southern flank of the Aquarius Plateau, winding through a 1,000-mile maze of interconnected canyons. This magical labyrinth is one of the scenic wonders of the West.

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Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail, Maryland Camping & Hiking

Directions For an internet map search or GPS, use the following: Yorktown Battlefield Visitor Center, 1000 Colonial Parkway, Yorktown, Virginia 23690. Historic Jamestowne Visitor Center, 1368 Colonial Parkway, Jamestown, Virginia 23081. Phone (757) 898-3400 Activities BOATING, PADDLING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Maryland Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Maryland Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Maryland Recreation Areas Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail Official Website Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail Map Four hundred years ago Englishman John Smith and a small crew of adventurers set out in an open boat to explore the Chesapeake Bay. Between 1607 and 1609 Smith and his crew mapped nearly 3,000 miles of the Bay and rivers and documented American Indian communities. Smith™s map and journals are a remarkable record of the 17th-century Chesapeake. Come

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Carpenter Bypass Trail System, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions From Eugene, follow Bailey Hill Road, which becomes Lorane Highway and travel 12.5 miles. Turn left onto Territorial Road and continue 6 miles to the town of Lorane. Turn right onto Siuslaw River Road and proceed about 1.5 miles. Turn left onto BLM road 20-5- 14.1, Carpenter Bypass Road, and continue almost 1 mile to a graveled north Staging Area on your left side. A more centralized, south Staging Area is another 1.5 miles up the road. Phone 541-683-6600 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PICNICKING, DAY USE AREA, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Oregon Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Oregon Recreation Areas Explore Oregon Recreation: Carpenter Creek Bypass Recreation Area Carpenter Bypass Recreation Area Whether you rock your lycra loud and

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Castle Rock Hiking Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions From Needles, CA, take U.S. Highway 95 south approx. 45 miles to CA State Highway 62. Turn right on Hwy 62 and drive west approx. 8 miles to BLM Route NS733 – Castle Rock Road. Turn right onto NS733 and drive approx. 9 miles to the Turtle Mountain Wilderness Area boundary. A small parking area is present at the trailhead. Phone 760-326-7000 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Castle Rock Hiking Trail Castle Rock’s is accessible from California Highway 62, near the railroad crossing west of Vital Junction. The trail and Castle Rock itself are both located within the Turtle Mountain Wilderness area. The hike is not very

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Castner Glacier Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Access at milepost 217.3 on the Richardson Highway (AK-4) on the east side. Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HIKING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas This unimproved road is located at mile 217.3 on the north side of Castner Creek. The road ends after 1/2 mile, turning into an unimproved foot path heading up the side of Castner Creek. A 1/2 mile hike leads you to the Castner Glacier. This trail is not maintained and not marked. Travel upon the glacier is not recommended.

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Chukar Trail, Colorado Camping & Hiking

Directions From Olathe, Colorado take Falcon Road east into Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area, where it becomes Peach Valley Road. About 0.25 miles after passing Peach Valley Recreation Site turn right on Chukar Road. Follow Chukar Road for 7 miles to the recreation site. Chukar road begins as a 2WD gravel road, but the last half is high-clearance 4WD. Phone 970-240-5300 Activities CAMPING, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Colorado Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Colorado Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Colorado Recreation Areas Colorado Wilderness: Gunnison Gorge Gunnison Gorge Wilderness BLM Gunnsion Gorge NCA Chukar Trail Summit Post This site is the trailhead for Chukar Trail — the primary boating access to the wilderness portion of the Gunnison Gorge. Site amenities include four campsites with shade structures, fire rings, and picnic tables;

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Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions Because Trail location, use, and condition status across the state are managed by the unique agency office associated with that area, users are encouraged to contact every pertinent office for Trail updates, especially when crossing Wilderness or Wilderness Study Areas. Phone 575-525-4300 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel Continental Divide National Scenic Trail BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico Twitter

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Croy Creek and Trailhead, Idaho Camping & Hiking

Directions 3.5 miles west of Hailey, Idaho Phone 208-735-2060 Activities BIKING, HIKING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Idaho Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Idaho Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Idaho Recreation Areas BLM Idaho YouTube BLM Idaho Facebook Page BLM Idaho Twitter Idaho Recreation Sites Croy Creek Mountain Biking Page Blaine County Recreation District Summer Trail Link Croy Creek Trail System and skills development area is located just west of Hailey in south-central Idaho. The trails were designed and constructed primarily for motorcycle riders and mountain bikers, but hikers and equestrians also frequent the area. The area includes six trails encompassing 18.5 miles ranging from beginner to advanced difficulty. The popular trails, jointly managed by the Bureau of Land Management and Blaine County Recreation District, receive approximately 15,000 – 20,000

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Cupcake Mountain Hiking Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions From Needles, CA, take U.S. Highway 95 south approx. 45 miles to CA State Highway 62. Turn left on Hwy 62 and drive east approx. 16 miles to Earp, CA. At the stop sign in Earp, drive straight onto Parker Dam Road. Follow this road approx. 13 miles to MWD Road (just south of the Parker Dam). Turn left onto MWD road and follow it approx. 5 miles to a fork in the road. Turn left onto BLM Route NS056 – Powerline Road. Stay on the powerline road for approx. 6 miles. Turn right onto a pullout for a powerline tower and park. The trailhead will be on the west side of BLM Route NS056. Phone 760-326-7000 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike?

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Eastside Keswick Trails, California Camping & Hiking

Directions Located along the east side of Keswick Reservoir between the Sacramento River Trail System (in Redding) and Shasta Dam. There are several trailheads that can be used to access this trail system. They can be found along Keswick Dam Road, Quartz Hill Road, Walker Mine Road, Flanagan Road, and at Shasta Dam. Phone 530-224-2100 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Eastside Keswick Trails The area east of Keswick Reservoir has a network of over 25 miles of dirt single-track that connect Shasta Dam to the Sacramento River Trail. Most sections of trail offer gentle grades and are suitable for all age groups. There are several side trails that lead to vistas or access

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El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions From the north, take I-25 exit Phone 505-954-2000 Activities AUTO TOURING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Facebook Page El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, the “Royal Road of the Interior,” is the earliest Euro-American trade route in the United States. Linking Spain’s colonial capital at Mexico City to its northern frontier in distant New Mexico, the route spans three centuries, two countries, and 1,600 miles. It was part of Spain’s Camino Real Intercontinental – a global network

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Elk River Trailhead, California Camping & Hiking

Directions To access the north end of Headwaters along the Elk River, take the Elk River Road exit off Highway 101, at the south end of Eureka. Turn right onto Elk River Road and drive approximately six miles to the Elk River Trailhead parking area. Phone 707-825-2300 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Elk river Trailhead The first 3 miles follow a narrow stream corridor of public land that parallels the South Fork Elk River. The first mile is paved and accessible for those with limited mobility. Bicycles and dogs (under owner™s control) are allowed on the first 3 miles. The last 2 Ð… miles wind beneath a closed tree canopy, ending at a small

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Fisher Towers National Recreation Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions From the junction of Hwy. 191 & Hwy 128, drive east 22 miles along the Colorado River. At the campground sign, turn right and drive 2.2 miles up the gravel road. Phone (435) 259-2100 Activities CLIMBING, CAMPING, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas BLM Website This small campground accommodates tents only (no trailers or RVs) and offers some of the most expansive and striking views in the area. The views of Colorado River basin, including Castle Rock, Castle Valley and the Bookcliffs to the north, are stunning. Individual sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. This area features a National Scenic Trail which winds for 2.2 miles around the base of Fisher Towers and climbs up

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Flying Monkey Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Take I-15 Exit 16 to Hurricane City (SR 9); take the exit ramp south toward Hurricane. Follow SR 9 east for approximately 17.3 miles through Hurricane and LaVerkin. Turn left on Mesa Road (1250 West) in Virgin and follow this paved, narrow, winding road up the hill for about 3.34 miles. At the top of the mesa, the road forks in three different directions: towards the left, straight ahead and to the right. Follow the main, wide dirt road that curves to the right (east) and continue 0.3 miles to a prominent dirt road on the right (east). Turn right onto this road. Consider parking your vehicle and hiking or biking from this point on, as the dirt road narrows and begins to cover more difficult terrain. Continue on this southeast route until you are eventually heading east, following the southern rim of Smith Mesa. Approximately 1.1 miles after

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Folsom S. Canal Rec. Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions Nimbus Dam on the American River in Sacramento County and extends southward, paralleling and to the east of State Highway 99 through San Joaquin County. Phone 916-988-1707 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Ellsworth Rock Gardens Tour and Eagle WatchOfficial Web Site The 69 mile long Folsom South Canal originates at Nimbus Dam on the American River in Sacramento County and extends southward, paralleling and to the east of State Highway 99 through San Joaquin County. Canal bikeway is open year round, and can be accessed at many locations. Call for details.

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Fossil Creek Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions The Fossil Creek Trail continues north from the Borealis-LeFevre Cabin. The most direct route from the city of Fairbanks, Alaska, is to travel north on the Steese Highway to Fox, Alaska, then north on the Elliott Highway to milepost 28 and the Wickersham Dome parking area. The trails to the cabin begins at the Wickersham Dome parking area, then one can travel either the Wickersham Creek Trail (winter use) or the Summit Trail (summer use, hiking only). Phone 907-474-2200 Activities CAMPING, HIKING, WINTER SPORTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas BLM White Mountain NRA Facebook webpage Recreation.gov cabin reservation site Fossil Creek Trail, in the White Mountains National Recreation Area, is an 18.8 mile trail maintained for

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Fossil Gap Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Access this trail from the Colorado Creek Trailhead at milepost 57.1 Elliot Highway. The trail insects Colorado Creek Trail about 21 miles from the trailhead. Phone 907-474-2200 Activities HIKING, HUNTING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas The trail crosses open meadows and then follows Fossil Creek drainage downstream for approximately 1.5 miles before climbing off the creek and back into the spruce. The trail parallels the Fossil Creek before crossing open meadows to Beaver Creek. Beaver Creek has sections of overflow and open water even during winter. The trail continues through spruce forests and across the bridge at Montana Creek to the junction with Colorado Creek Trail.

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Four Bear Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The trailhead is located 17 miles west of Cody on Wyoming State Highway 14-16-20 (the road to Yellowstone). Turn right at the Four Bear Trailhead sign. Phone 307-578-5900 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page The Four Bear Trailhead provides access to the Four Bear Trail that is suitable for horseback riding, hiking, and limited mountain biking. Facilities at the trailhead include an information kiosk, horse trailer parking, horse hitching rails, and toilet facilities. The trail provides access to Four Bear Mountain climbing north approximately four miles to the Shoshone National Forest boundary where it connects to many

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Garnet Ski Trails, Montana Camping & Hiking

Directions From State Highway 200, about 30 miles east of Missoula, turn south between mile markers 22 and 23. From Interstate 90, take either the Drummond or Bearmouth exit and follow old U.S. 10 to the Bear Gulch Road. Follow signs up Bear Gulch to a point four miles from Garnet. Chains may be needed in winter on steep portions of the road. Phone 1 (406) 329-3914 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WINTER SPORTS, FIRE LOOKOUTS/CABINS OVERNIGHT, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Montana Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Montana Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Montana Recreation Areas More than 116 miles of trails, including the 32-mile Garnet National Winter Recreation Trail, wind through the Garnet Mountain range. With none of the crowds found at Lolo Pass or

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Gooseberry Badlands Scenic Overlook Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From U.S. Highway 20 south of Worland, take Wyoming Highway 431 approximately 15 miles west to the Gooseberry Badlands turnoff. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities BIKING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr At a turnoff on Wyoming State Highway 431, the visitor is greeted by a panoramic view of colorful desert and endless blue sky at the Gooseberry Badlands Scenic Overlook. The colors of the soil, which mysteriously change with the seasons, accentuate the grotesque and intricately carved rock formations, inviting further exploration along a 1.5 mile interpretive trail. Hikers should bring drinking water. There is no overnight camping. The area is 25

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Gooseberry Mesa National Recreation Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions White Trailhead – From City of St. George travel north on Interstate 15. Take exit 16 to Hurricane City. Turn right on Main Street. Take the first left onto State Route 59. Turn left on Smithsonian Butte National Backcountry Byway. At 2.8 miles from the SR 59, turn left and travel northwest 3.3 miles until reaching the Gooseberry Trailhead. Turn left at the Gooseberry Trailhead and travel west for 1.3 miles to reach the White Trailhead. Phone 435-688-3200 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Connector Trail Hidden Canyon Trail North Rim Trail South Rim Trail Yellow Trail White Trail Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas Gooseberry Mesa National Recreation Trail is located on Gooseberry Mesa in southern Utah’s red

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Granite Mountain Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions Access the trailhead from Hwy 120. Trail begins where the dirt road ends. Trailhead begins at the wilderness border. Phone 760-872-5000 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Granite Mountain Trail The diverse wild lands of the Granite Mountain Wilderness offer excellent opportunities for day hiking, backpacking and horseback riding. A climb up the nearly 9000 foot Granite Mountain or Horse Peak yields one of the most amazing views in the whole Eastern Sierra: a complete 360 degree vista encompassing the Sierran scarp, the volcanic Mono Craters and Glass Mountain, the rugged White Mountains, Adobe Valley, the Excelsior Range in Nevada, the Bodie Hills, and Mono Lake.

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Great Western Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions The Great Western trail is a proposed transcontinental road to cross Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, and Arizona. There are many different access points to the trail from various areas in the state. Phone 435-896-1500 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY, DIVING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas This multiple-use trail crosses BLM and Forest Service lands in this area. The corridor provides for all uses along the same trail in some sections, and separates motorized and non-motorizes uses in other areas. Users along this section of the trail will enjoy the picturesque stands of aspen and conifer interspersed with meadows, opportunities to enjoy periods of

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Guacamole Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Take I-15 Exit 16 to Hurricane City (SR 9); take the exit ramp south toward Hurricane. Follow SR 9 east for approximately 19.6 miles, just past the town of Virgin. Turn left on the Dalton Wash Road and continue for 1.7 miles until you come to a fork in the road. Take the left fork and follow the main road 2.4 miles along the main dirt road that skirts around the base of the mesa to the east and eventually climbs a steeper section of road (high-clearance, 4WD vehicle recommended) to the top of this mesa. Follow the road as it curves southeast and find a dirt parking area at the trailhead on your right. Phone 435-688-3200 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking

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Gulkana Mp 141 Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Drive north of Gulkana on Richardson Highway (AK-4). Parking for the trail is on the west (left) side of the road at milepost 141. Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas This 17 (b) easement can be found at mile 141 on the west side of the Richardson Highway. This easement across private lands provides foot access to the Gulkana River. The beginning of this easement is steep and can be slippery during wet conditions. Please respect private lands. This trail has high use during salmon season.

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Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Less than 45 minutes from Salt Lake City head eastbound on I-18 toward Wanship or from Park City leaving from Bonanza Drive and running parallel to Kearns Ave. east toward U.S. 40. Phone 435-649-6839 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas State Parks Map Browse Nearby Parks and Monuments Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail Mountain Trails Foundation Weaving its way from Park City to Echo Reservoir, this 28-mile, non-motorized trail provides a close up view of area wildlife and wildflowers. Explore the trail on foot, mountain bike, skis, or horseback. Park elevation is 6,900 to 5,280 feet. See the rail trail map including recreation access at nearby Rockport and Jordanelle

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Hurricane Cliffs Trail System, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Hurricane Hills Trailhead: From Interstate 15 Exit 16, head east on State Route 9 to Hurricane City for 9.5 miles. Turn right on Main Street. Take the first left onto State Route 59 and at 0.75 miles turn left into the trailhead. (To reach Canal Trail, hike 1.8 miles on the Rim Trail before turning left onto the Canal Trail.) Virgin Dam Trailhead:From Interstate 15 Exit 16, head east on State Route 9 to Hurricane City for 9.5 miles. Turn right on Main Street. Take the first left onto State Route 59 and at 3.1 miles turn left on the gravel road (marked by a very large gravel turnout on the shoulder of SR 59). Travel 1.9 miles and turn left. At 0.2 miles turn right. Continue for another 1.3 miles the trailhead. Phone 435-688-3200 Activities CAMPING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah

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Idaho Centennial Road/Trail, Idaho Camping & Hiking

Directions Northern section by Bruneau Canyon Overlook: Take Hwy-51 south to the town of Bruneau, turning left/east on Hot Springs Road (unmarked) at the One Stop Cafй. Reset trip odometer here. 00.0 mi: Hot Springs Road at Hwy-51 15.6 mi: Turn right/southwest at Canyon Overlook sign 18.7 mi: Overlook parking lot Southern section by Murphy Hot Springs: Travel to Murphy Hot Springs via the Bruneau-Three Creek Road or the Jarbidge Road. The Jarbidge Road, also called Three Creek Highway, has an asphalt surface and originates from U.S. 93 at Rogerson, Idaho. From Rogerson it is 47 miles to the top of the Murphy Hot springs Grade where a large kiosk is located. The Idaho Centennial trail crosses the road a tenth of a mile to the north of this kiosk. Phone 208-735-2060 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Idaho Campgrounds

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Iditarod National HistoricTrail Recreation Management Area, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Phone 907-267-1246 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WINTER SPORTS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas Website The Iditarod National Historic Trail celebrates a 2,300 mile system of winter routes that first connected ancient Native Alaskan villages, and later opened Alaska to the last great American gold rush. The Trail is still in use today with rural residents using it as a overland travel route between communities, muscle-powered competitors and motor-powered competitors using it in long-distance winter races, and modern-day adventurers testing their mettle in some of the most remote areas in North America. BLM maintains two remote, long-distance segments interspersed with public shelter cabins that provide respite from the elements. The most practical way to explore the

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Jack Creek Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions From the Cantwell end of Denali Highway (milepost 135), drive to milepost 131 to access the trail. on the south side (right side) of the road. Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WINTER SPORTS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas The Jack River Trail is located at mile 131 of the Denali Highway, approximately four miles east of Cantwell, Alaska. The trail is an Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) 17(b) easement providing access through Ahtna, Inc. native lands to public lands. Public lands begin at mile 2 of the trail. Allowable uses along the 25 foot wide easement include foot, horse, and OHV™s up to 3000 lbs. The trail provides access to the

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Jack-Ash Trail, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions From Jacksonville Oregon: go east on E California St, becoming S Stage Rd for 3.4 miles, turning south/right on Griffin Creek Rd. Go 2.5 miles on Griffin Creek, turning east/left on Griffin Creek, which becomes Anderson Butte Rd. At 4.3 miles on Anderson Butte Rd, at the intersection of BLM Rd 38-2-26, access points begin for the Jack-Ash.Grub Gulch Trailhead: proceed approximately 1.3 miles on 38-2-26 to the access point, located on the east side of 38-2-26, and about 1/4 of a mile up the road from the Grub Gulch Trailhead of the Sterling Mine Ditch Trail. Griffin Gap, Greenstone, and Anderson Ridge Trailheads: proceed up the Anderson Butte Road to these locations, at approximately 1.5, 2.5, and 5.75 miles, respectively. Phone 541-618-2200 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take

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Klondike Bluffs Trail System, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Starting at the Colorado River, drive 15 miles north from Moab. Look for a turnout on the right. There will usually be cars parked there. Go through the gate and drive 2.7 miles. Keep left at the fork. At 2.8 miles, park your car at the gate and begin your ride. Phone (435)259-2100 Activities BIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas The Klondike Bluffs trails have been popular for a long time, but in the last few years a new push in trailbuilding and maintenance from Grand County Trail Mix, the local BLM and employees from some of the local bike shops has transformed the area. There is a new sign system with fresh markings on all the

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La Cueva Non-Motorized Trail System, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions The La Cueva Non-Motorized Trail System is located partially within the city limits of Carlsbad, NM, on its southwest side. From Lea Street, go west to Standpipe Rd. Turn south and travel 3 miles to the gravel access road. Turn right and travel approximately 0.3 miles to the trailhead and parking area. Phone 575-234-5972 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico Flickr The La Cueva Non-Motorized Trail System covers approximately 2,200 acres and contains

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Lake Creek Trailhead, Idaho Camping & Hiking

Directions Approximately 4 miles north of Ketchum, Idaho on Hwy 75. Phone 208-732-7200 Activities BIKING, FISHING, HIKING, WINTER SPORTS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Idaho Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Idaho Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Idaho Recreation Areas Blaine County Recreation District Summer Trail Link BLM Idaho Facebook Page BLM Idaho YouTube BLM Idaho Twitter Idaho Recreation Sites A popular trailhead north of Ketchum, Idaho. This trailhead accesses several miles of non-motorized trails that are primarily located on the Forest Service/Ketchum Ranger District lands.

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Lava Flow Trail, Arizona Camping & Hiking

Directions A high-clearance vehicle is required to access Lava Flow South Trailhead. Four-wheel drive is required to access Lava Flow North and West trailheads. Lava Flow Trail is accessed at three points. Exit Interstate 8 at the Vekol Valley Interchange (Exit 144) approximately 26 miles east of Gila Bend and 34 miles west of Casa Grande. To access Lava Flow West and South trailheads, travel south on Vekol Valley Road (BLM Route 8007) 2.1 miles to the Vekol Ranch turnoff. An information kiosk will be on your right. For the West trailhead, continue south on Route 8007 for 5.7 miles. Turn left on BLM Route 8046 and travel 2 miles to the trailhead. For the South trailhead, continue for 8.7 miles south from the kiosk to BLM Route 8024. Turn left onto Route 8024 and travel 3.7 miles to the trailhead. To access Lava Flow North Trailhead, travel south on

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Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, Nebraska Camping & Hiking

Directions Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Headquarters Visitor Center is located inside the National Park Service Mid-West Regional Office. We are right on the Missouri River next to the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Omaha, NE. Phone (402) 661-1804 Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Nebraska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Nebraska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Nebraska Recreation Areas Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Official Website Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Map The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is approximately 4,900 miles long, extending from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to the mouth of the Columbia River, near present day Astoria, Oregon. It follows the historic outbound and inbound routes of the Lewis and Clark Expedition as well as the preparatory section from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Wood River, Illinois.

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Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, Idaho Camping & Hiking

Directions Learn more: http://www.nps.gov/lecl/planyourvisit/leclvcidaho.htm. Phone 208-373-4000 Activities AUTO TOURING, CAMPING, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Idaho Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Idaho Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Idaho Recreation Areas BLM Idaho Facebook Page BLM Idaho YouTube Idaho National Scenic and Historic Trail photos BLM Idaho Twitter The Lewis and Clark Backcountry Byway and Adventure Road is a 36-mile loop drive through a beautiful and historic landscape following the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. Visitors will be treated to incredible views of the Lemhi Valley and the surrounding mountain ranges; truly some of the finest scenery in America! The mountains, evergreen forests, high desert canyons and grassy foothills look much the same today as when the Lewis and Clark Expedition passed through in 1805.

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Liberty Falls Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Access the trail at MP 23.5 S. Edgerton Hwy. Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas This 17 (b) easement trail is an excellent, but fairly steep hiking trail. This 1 mile long trail provides excellent views of the Wrangell Mountains and the Copper River.

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Little Darby Nature Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions From Willits, CA drive east on Commercial Street, which becomes Hearst-Willits Road (County Road 306). Continue east on Canyon Road (County road 308) and the Little Darby parking area will be on your left. Phone 707-825-2300 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Little Darby Nature Trail Five miles east of Willits you will find a 1-mile loop trail that takes you through 3 distinct communities. The Little Darby Nature Trail begins in the riparian community of Little Creek, a tributary to the Eel River. The Douglas-fir tree plant community towers over the riparian, leading you through a shaded forest floor. At the top of your climb through the forest you will

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Lone Tree Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Medicine Lodge State Park, travel the Cold Springs Road for approximately 7 miles and turn onto the signed two-track. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Facebook Page This challenging 3/4-mile trail leads to the magnificent Paint Rock Canyon and is a steep and rocky journey to Paint Rock Creek where it meets the Paint Rock Canyon Trail. The route to the Lone Tree Trail is marked by a sign on the Cold Springs Road, about 6 miles beyond the Paint Rock Canyon trailhead. Horses or mountain bikes are not recommended on the Lone Tree Trail.

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Lower Nome Creek Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions The trail can be accessed from McKay Creek Trailhead (milepost 42.5 Steese Highway) or at an intersection with Nome Creek Road, approximately 1/2 mile before Ophir Creek Campground. Phone 907-474-2200 Activities HIKING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas From a junction with McKay Creek Trail, this trail descends gradually from a ridge top through forest and meadows into the Nome Creek drainage. It crosses the creek before ending at Nome Creek Road and the Bear Creek Trail.

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Lower Spring Creek Trail, Colorado Camping & Hiking

Directions Park at the lower (northern) trailhead and climb up Dave Wood Rd. Ride about 7 miles south, and at the Forest Service boundary, take a right on the Spring Creek Rim Road. After about a mile, branching right off the road will be the Spring Creek trail. Phone 970-240-5300 Activities BIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Colorado Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Colorado Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Colorado Recreation Areas Lower Spring Creek Trail The Lower Spring Creek Trail is an 8-mile long, motorized single-track trail that branches from the Upper Spring Creek Trail about 2 miles west of the South Dave Wood Road Trailhead at the Forest Service boundary. Initially the route begins on a two track, then follows an ATV trail that goes out to the rim of Spring

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Mallo Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Newcastle, WY: Take US Highway 85N 18 miles to the county road to Mallo Camp. Turn east at Mallo Camp sign and drive approximately 4 miles to the junction at Mallo Camp. Go approximately 1 mile east to the trailhead. The parking area is past Mallo Camp and on your right about a quarter mile. From Sundance, WY: Take US Highway 585 south 27 miles to Four Corners, then south on US Highway 85 approximately 0.2 mile to Mallo Camp turnoff. Turn east at the Mallo Camp sign and drive approximately 4 miles to the junction at Mallo Camp. Go approximately 1 mile east to the trailhead. From Deadwood, SD: Take US Highway 85S/14W 33 miles to Four Corners, then south on US Highway 85 approximately 0.2 mile to Mallo Camp turnoff. Turn east at the Mallo Camp sign and drive approximately 4 miles to the junction at

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Middle Fork Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions The Middle Fork trail is located at milepost 169.5 of the Richardson Highway behind a State of Alaska gravel pit. Phone 907-822-3217 Activities FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas Located at mile 169.5 on the west side of the Richardson Highway, this is one of the most highly used trails in the district. The trail begins in a state highway gravel pit and continues westward approximately 8 miles towards the Gulkana Wild and Scenic River. Not only does this trail provide access to the Gulkana Wild and Scenic River, it also provides outstanding views of Paxson Lake and the surrounding hills. Primary use is motorized; however more people are

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Millican Valley OHV Trail System, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions From Bend, OR take US-20 east through the town of Millican. Continue past town about 1 mile, look for Millican Staging Area Signs. Phone 541-416-6700 Activities OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, OFF ROAD VEHICLE TRAILS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Oregon Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Oregon Recreation Areas The Millican Valley Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Trail System consists of lands southwest of Prineville, Oregon along George Millican Road, extending south of Highway 20. Trails and play areas are provided for Class I, II, and III off-highway vehicles (OHVs), although other trail users can use these trails as well. This trail use area provides year-round riding for Class I, II and III users and includes 255 miles of designated routes, nine staging areas, and three play areas. Trails in

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Mojave Trails National Monument, California Camping & Hiking

Directions From Needles, CA, take I-40 west approx. 10 miles to the U.S. Highway 95 north exit. This is eastern entrance to the monument. Phone 760-326-7000 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CLIMBING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, WILDERNESS, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Mojave Trails National Monument Rockhounding in the Mojave Trails National Monument Rockhounding in the Mojave Trails National Monument Visit Mojave Trails National Monument Visit Mojave Trails National Monument Mojave Trails National Monument The Mojave Trails National Monument spans 1.6 million acres of federal lands, including more than 350,000 acres of already Congressionally-designated wilderness, managed by the Bureau of Land Management between Barstow and Needles, California. It

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Mokaac Trail, Arizona Camping & Hiking

Directions Mokaac Trail is reached by traveling south from St. George, Utah, on River Road. At the Utah and Arizona stateline, the road becomes Quail Hill Road (BLM Road #1069). Follow for about 12 miles. The trail has three trailheads. The location given is for the most southern trailhead. Phone (435) 688-3200 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Arizona Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Arizona Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Arizona Recreation Areas Mokaac Trail Map Mokaac Trail Scenic views, chance wildlife sightings and a sense of history await you on the Mokaac Trail. Mokaac Trail was once part of a main road onto the western Arizona Strip beginning in the early 1900’s. The trail is no longer a part of the active road system but remains a symbol of

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Moose Creek Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions The Moose Creek Trail can be access at mile 11.2 on Wickersham Creek Trail or at mile 16 on the Trail Creek Trail. Both Wickersham Creek Trail and Trail Creek Trail begin at the Wickersham Dome Trailhead at mile 27.7 on the Elliott Highway north of Fairbanks, Alaska. Phone 907-474-2200 Activities WINTER SPORTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas BLM White Mountains Facebook Moose Creek Trail is maintained in the winter for snowmobiling, skiing, dog mushing, showshoeing and fat-biking. From the Wickersham Creek Trail Shelter at 11.2 mile on Wickersham Creek Trail, the trail goes through spruce forests before crossing Wickersham Creek and continues along Moose Creek drainage. This area can receive considerable drifting of snow making

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Mopah Peak Hiking Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions From Needles, CA, take U.S. Highway 95 south approx. 35 miles to BLM Route NS634-Mopah Trail. Turn right on NS634 and drive approx. 4 miles. An information panel for the trail is located at the wilderness boundary. A small parking area is located at the site. Phone 760-326-7000 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas The eastern portion of the Turtle Mountains is dominated by Mopah Peak. Standing 3,675 feet above sea level, the peak is the remnant of an ancient vocano, eroded to form a massive, reddish pinnacle. Mopah Peak is considered one of the most difficult climbs in the desert. The southwest approach is probably

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Mountain of the Rogue Trails, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions The Mountain of the Rogue Trail System is located 18 miles north of Medford and 7 miles south of Grants Pass and is easily accessible from Interstate 5. Take Exit 48 at city of Rogue River. Turn north on Depot Street (toward town). Cross the railroad tracks and immediately turn right on Classick Drive. Turn right on North River Road and travel about 1 mile to the trailhead on the left. Phone 541-618-2200 Activities BIKING, HIKING, DAY USE AREA Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Oregon Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Oregon Recreation Areas Mountain of the Rogue BLM Mountain Biking: Mountain of the Rogue Overview: Test your skills on this single-track, flow trail designed specifically for mountain bikes. Seven miles of trail (with more planned) provide

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Mule Creek Trail, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions Access to the North end: From the West: From Gold Beach on SR 101, take County Road 595 East to Forest Service Road 33. Continue on FS road 33 to FS road 3310, following it until FS road 3340. On FS road 3340, travel NW until it connects with FS road 33. Take a right at the intersection with FS road 3348 and continue on to the Buck Creek campground where you will turn right on FS road 5520. FS road 5520 will take you to the parking area for the trail. From the East: From the Glendale exit on I-5 go west and into town where you will head northwest on County road 27, continuing on as it becomes BLM road 33-7-2. At intersection of Cow Creek and West Cow Creek roads go left, following West Cow Creek (BLM road 32-8- 1. 1). Approximately three and one-half miles

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Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail, Mississippi Camping & Hiking

Directions Directions to the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail vary greatly depending on what section you are trying to reach. For specific questions concerning how to get to a certain section or trail head of the National Scenic Trail, please call the Visitor Center at 1-800-305-7417. Phone +1 (800) 305-7417 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Mississippi Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Mississippi Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Mississippi Recreation Areas Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail Official Website Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail Map The 450-mile foot trail that became known as the Natchez Trace was the lifeline through the Old Southwest. You can experience portions of that journey the way earlier travelers did – on foot. Today there are five separate trails totaling over 60 miles and they are

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New England National Scenic Trail, Connecticut Camping & Hiking

Directions More than 100 public roads cross the New England Trail, and there are trail head parking areas at or near many of these crossings. Detailed Trail Maps are available from Appalachian Mountain Club and Connecticut Forest & Park Association. For Massachusetts maps, visit the AMC Berkshire Chapter; for Connecticut, visit the CFPA Bookstore. Direct access by bus is available at several points in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Train service is available at two points “ in Guilford, CT and Northampton, MA. Phone (413) 426-6658 Activities CAMPING, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Connecticut Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Connecticut Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Connecticut Recreation Areas New England National Scenic Trail Official Website New England National Scenic Trail Map From the Sound to the Summits: the New England Trail covers 215 miles

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North Menan Butte Trail, Idaho Camping & Hiking

Directions From Idaho Falls, travel north on Highway 20. Turn left on Menan-Lorenzo Highway just before Highway 20 crosses the South Fork of the Snake River. Drive west on Menan-Lorenzo Highway for 5.9 miles, and then turn north on 3600 East. After 2.2 miles you will cross over the Snake River and the road becomes Twin Butte Road. Continue north on Twin Butte Road to trailhead. Phone 208-524-7500 Activities HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Idaho Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Idaho Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Idaho Recreation Areas BLM Idaho Twitter Idaho Recreation Sites BLM Idaho Facebook Page BLM Idaho YouTube The twin Menan Buttes are two of the world™s largest tuff cones – volcanoes that form when basaltic magma boils up through ground water. These extinct volcanoes were formed by

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Old Spanish Trail National Historic Trail, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions Please check map for directions. Phone 505-954-2000 Activities CAMPING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Facebook Page The Old Spanish National Historic Trail links Santa Fe and Los Angeles across six states and 2,700 miles. It traverses red rock mesas, passes below snow-capped peaks, and fords untamed rivers, avoiding the immense depths of the Grand Canyon and skirting the continent™s harshest deserts. The trail takes its name from the Spanish colonies in northern New Mexico and southern California that were linked by

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Old Spanish Trail National Historic Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions The Old Spanish Trail crosses the state of Utah including eight BLM Field Offices. The trail also crosses six states. Phone 801-539-4075 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas The Old Spanish Trail is an historical trade route that connected the northern New Mexico settlements of (or near) Santa Fe, New Mexico with those of Los Angeles, California and southern California. Approximately 700 mi (1,100 km) long, the trail ran through areas of high mountains, arid deserts, and deep canyons. It is considered one of the most arduous of all trade routes ever established in the United States. Explored, in part, by Spanish explorers as early as

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One Mile Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HUNTING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas BLM Alaska YouTube Channel BLM Alaska Twitter BLM Alaska Facebook Page This trail provides access to BLM and State of Alaska Lands as well as the Gakona River Valley. The trail steadily deteriorates the further you travel from the highway. State of Alaska land is reached at mile 5.25 and the trail continues to the Gakona River another 2 miles or so. During hunting season (September 1- 20) it is not uncommon to have 30-50 vehicles at the trailhead.

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Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, California & Pony Express National Historic Trails Corridor, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions There are several ways to view the trail. Three highways traverse the segment’s corridor. Highway 220 follows the corridor from Independence Rock to Muddy Gap Junction, Highway 287 follows it from Muddy Gap to Sweetwater Station, and Highway 28 parallels the segment from its crossing of South Pass to its end at Farson. In some places these highways cross the actual trails or closely follow them. Phone statewide Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Devil’s Gate Interpretive Site Split Rock Interpretive Site South Pass Summit Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Twitter Official Recreation Site Page BLM Wyoming Facebook Page

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Osar Lake Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Phone 907-822-3217 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas BLM Alaska Facebook Page BLM Alaska YouTube Channel BLM Alaska Twitter Located at milepost 37 on the south side of the Denali Highway. Osar Lake trail provides access to Osar lake and sweeping views of the Maclaren River basin. This trail lies within the Tangle Lakes Archaeological District (TLAD). Please stay on designated trails, which are marked with green dotted signs. Red dotted signs within the TLAD are not open to motorized use, unless 6 inches of frozen ground or 12 inches of snow cover are present. This trail is usually dry and is recommended for hiking, mountain bikes, and

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Outlaw Cave Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Interstate 90, take exit 254 for Kaycee. Head west on Highway 191 for about 1 mile. Turn left onto Highway 190W for about 16 miles to Barnum. Turn left onto Bar C Road (sign for Middle Fork Powder River Management Area). This road is an improved all-weather access road and travels directly through the headquarters of the Hole-in-the-Wall ranch. The road will continue west another 2 miles past the boundary to the Middle Fork Management area, and then another 5 miles to the campground. The trail begins at the campground. Phone 307-684-1100 Activities FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas Official Recreation Site Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook

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Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail, South Carolina Camping & Hiking

Directions The trail travels over 330 miles through four states. Phone (864) 461-2828 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: South Carolina Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: South Carolina Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More South Carolina Recreation Areas Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail Official Website Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail Map Stretching 330 miles through four states (Virginia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina) the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail traces the route used by patriot militia during the pivotal Kings Mountain campaign of 1780. Follow the campaign by utilizing a Commemorative Motor Route which uses existing state highways marked with the distinctive trail logo, or 87 miles of walkable pathways.

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Pacific Crest Trail, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions With many access points available, the easiest access to the trail is at Greensprings Summit. From Interstate 5, take Exit 14 near Ashland. Turn east on Highway 66 toward Klamath Falls. Take Highway 66 for 17 miles to the trailhead and parking area at Greensprings Summit. From there, follow the trail north to Hyatt Lake (6 miles) or south to Soda Mountain, Hobart Bluff, and Pilot Rock (12 miles). Phone 541-618-2200 Activities CAMPING, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Oregon Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Oregon Recreation Areas The Pacific Crest Trail Explore Oregon Recreation: Pacific Crest Trail Take a hike on a legend! The 2,650-mile Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, stretching from Mexico to Canada, passes through this 43-mile segment in the Cascade Mountains. Explore

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Paiute Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions The Paiute trail is 275 miles long and over 1000 miles of marked side trails and even more connected spurs and trails. It is located in central Utah connecting multiple communities in Sevier, Millard, Piute, Beaver, and Garfield Counties. Phone 435-896-1500 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY, DIVING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas In addition to the Richfield Field Office routes, 974 miles of this extensive ATV trail system is managed in conjunction with the Forest Service, State Parks and private landowners. This trail system is a significant regional destination for individual and groups and attracts several large-scale organized events. The trail system crosses three State parks,

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Pat Keyes Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions From Highway 395 take Manzanar Reward Road East travel approximately 5 miles to base of mountains. Turn North on dirt road for .5 miles to trailhead. Phone 760-872-5000 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas The Pat Keyes Trail is a difficult hiking trail starting from the Owens Valley floor into the Inyo Mountains Wilderness.

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Perea Nature Trail, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions From Bernalillo, travel about 20 miles north on US 550, cross the Rio Salado bridge and turn left (west) on the paved access road just before the village of San Ysidro. A brown state highway recreation sign is posted on US 550 at the turnoff. Phone 505-761-8700 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico Twitter Perea Nature Trail BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel A mountain peak dominates the one-mile Perea Nature Trail — located just outside the village of San Ysidro in northwest New Mexico. The

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Pony Express National Historic Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions From Interstate 15, Exit 279 Lehi, drive west on SR 73 for 25 miles, turn west onto the Pony Express Backcountry Byway Phone 801-977-4300 Activities AUTO TOURING, BIKING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas The Pony Express National Historic Trail was a cross-country route used by young men on horses or mules to carry the nation’s priority mail from Missouri to California from 1860 to 1861. The horse-and-rider mail system was the United States’ most direct and practical means of east-west communication for a short period before completion of the transcontinental telegraph, delivering letters in the unprecedented time of only ten days. In many ways, the

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Quartz Creek Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Begins at mile 3 on the upper Nome Creek Road Phone 907 474-2200 Activities OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas This 16 miles developed trail climbs into alpine tundra and passes through white spruce forest valleys. The trail traverses a series of ridge lines with sweeping valley views to end at Quartz Creek. The Quartz Creek trail includes steep grades, rough terrain and several stream crossings.

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Rabbit Valley Trail Through Time, Colorado Camping & Hiking

Directions From Grand Junction, drive 30 miles west on Interstate 70 to the Rabbit Valley exit (exit 2). Turn right into the site parking lot. Phone (970) 244-3000 Activities HIKING, INFORMATION SITE Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Colorado Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Colorado Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Colorado Recreation Areas Rabbit Valley Trail Through Time View the fossils of 140-million-year-old dinosaurs at a working fossil quarry with a 1.5 mile (loop) interpretive trail. There is also an interpretive kiosk that describes the numerous dinosaurs that have come from Rabbit Valley. This is a designated Area of Critical Environmental Concern.

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Rainie Falls Trail, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions From Grants Pass, Oregon: Take I-5 north to exit 61, Merlin exit. Turn left and continue northwest on the Merlin-Galice Road for 23 miles. Phone 541-471-6500 Activities FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Oregon Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Oregon Recreation Areas Photo Album: The Wild & Scenic Rogue River Learn more about the Rogue National Wild and Scenic River. BLM Oregon YouTube Channel Take a hike down the 1.8-mile Rainie Falls trail following a portion of the mighty and wild section of the Rogue National Wild and Scenic River. Oaks, madrones and a variety of verdant vegetation line this path to the falls. This short trail is cut on the opposite -but generally shadier- side of the Rogue River where it’s

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Ridgway Trail System, Colorado Camping & Hiking

Directions To access the RAT Trailhead, you take Colorado Hwy 550 north from Ridgway, CO and turn west onto Ouray County Road 10. Phone 970-240-5300 Activities BIKING, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Colorado Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Colorado Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Colorado Recreation Areas Located just outside of Ridgway, Colorado, the Ridgway Trail System has evolved into a wonderful renewed resource for non-motorized trail users. The trail system is directly adjacent to the Ridgway State Park and encompasses over 20 miles of great single track trails with excellent views of the Ridgway Reservoir and San Juan Mountains. The trails offer a range of experience level – expert, intermediate, and beginner. For more information, please contact the Uncompahgre Field Office.

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Rinconada Loop Trail, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions Three miles north of Questa, take NM 378 to Wild Rivers Recreation Area. Rinconada Loop crosses the road in several places that are signed. Phone 575-758-8851 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico Facebook Page The Rinconada Loop Trail is a wide, 5-mile long, all weather surface, beginner level trail within Wild Rivers Recreation Area.

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Robledo Mountains OHV Trail System, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions The Robledo Mountains OHV Area and SST Trail are in the Robledo Mountains about four miles northwest of Las Cruces. Take Valley Drive (U.S. 85) north to Shalem Colony Trail, go west on Shalem Colony Trail across the Rio Grande, turn right on Rocky Acres Trail, and take the first left off the wide dirt road. You will see signs for extreme four-wheel drive trails south of the main road; trails north of that road have been closed. The main road goes west toward a rock mine; take the left fork in the arroyo bottom, climb the hill, and go right up the canyon bottom to find the mountain bike trail and additional extreme four-wheel drive routes. Phone (575) 525-4300 Activities BIKING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose

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Rogue River National Recreation Trail, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions From Grants Pass, Oregon: Take I-5 north to exit 61, Merlin exit. Turn left and continue northwest on the Merlin-Galice Road for 23 miles. Cross the Grave Creek bridge and take two immediate left turns to descend to the Grave Creek Boat Launch. The Rogue River Trailhead is located on the far side, or west of the boat landing. Phone 541-471-6500 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Oregon Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Oregon Recreation Areas BLM Oregon YouTube Channel Learn more about the Rogue National Wild and Scenic River The Rogue River National Recreation Trail traverses the wild section of the Rogue National Wild and Scenic River along its entire length. Stretching 40 miles between Grave Creek and

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Row River Trail, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions From Eugene, take Interstate 5 south to the Cottage Grove exit (#174), and turn east onto Row River Road. Travel for 3.5 miles. Turn right onto Layng Road and proceed 1.2 miles to the corner of Layng and Mosby Creek Roads. Phone 541-683-6600 Activities BIKING, BOATING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, PICNICKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, DAY USE AREA, PHOTOGRAPHY, SWIMMING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Oregon Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Oregon Recreation Areas Oregon State Tourism Explore Oregon Recreation: Cycling the Row River Trail Travel Oregon – Row River Trail Row River Trail Improvements Public Notice Row River Trail The trail is OPEN! Overview This 14-mile, paved, multi-use National Recreation Trail follows the route of the now-abandoned Oregon Pacific & Eastern Railroad

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Sacatar Trail Wilderness, California Camping & Hiking

Directions For access to the Bakersfield Field Office portions of this Wilderness, turn west onto 9 Mile Canyon Road from highway 395 approximately 15 miles north of Indian Wells. Follow 9 mile Canyon Road approximately 11 miles to the BLM Chimney Peak Fire Station. Sacatar Trail Wilderness encompasses most of the public lands to the east of 9 Mile Canyon Road/ Kennedy Meadow Road. There are no trailheads for this section of the Wilderness. Phone 661-391-6000 Activities CAMPING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Sacatar Trail Wilderness, like Owens Peak Wilderness, includes the rugged, eastern face of the Sierra Nevada. Topography ranges from valleys, canyons, and alluvial fans to steep hills that

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Sacatar Trail Wilderness, California Camping & Hiking

Directions Phone 760-384-5400 Activities WILDERNESS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Sacatar Trail Wilderness Map Sacatar Trail Wilderness Sacatar Trail Wilderness The Sacatar Trail Wilderness now contains a total of 50,440 acres and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. All of the Wilderness is in the state of California. In 1994 the Sacatar Trail Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of “…increasing population, accompanied by expanding settlement and growing mechanization,…” you play an important role in helping to “…secure for the American people of present and future generations the benefits of an enduring

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Safford-Morenci Trail, Arizona Camping & Hiking

Directions The West Trailhead near Bear Springs is about 12 miles northeast of Safford via the Solomon Pass and Salt Trap Roads. To reach the trailhead, take 8th Avenue north out of Safford. A half mile after crossing the Gila River bridge, take the right fork onto Airport Road. Drive 4.3 miles to Aviation Way. Turn left onto Aviation Way, then another immediate left onto the paved unsigned road. This is the Solomon Pass Road, follow it 8.0 miles to the Solomon Pass – Salt Trap Road Junction. Take the left fork onto Salt Trap Road and follow 1.8 miles. Turn left and continue about 4 miles west to the West Trailhead. If you reach Salt Trap tank with corrals, you’ve missed the turn. A 4WD high-clearance vehicle is needed for sections of the last 4 miles. To reach the East Trailhead (6 air miles west of Morenci), take the

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Salmon Pass Trailhead, California Camping & Hiking

Directions The Salmon Pass Trail is located in the southern part of the Headwaters Forest Reserve, and is accessible only through BLM led guided hikes. This trail is located near the city of Fortuna. Phone 707-825-2300 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas Salmon Pass Trailhead The Salmon Pass Trail (south end) is accessible for guided hikes only. Guided hikes can be scheduled between May 15 and November 15 (weather permitting) by requesting a tour online http://discovertheredwoods.com/headwaters-hike or by contacting the BLM Arcata Field Office at 707-825-2300. The first mile passes through a young to mid-aged forest with views of restored watershed areas. The next 2 miles ascend through the old-growth redwood forest with a view

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Salt Lick Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions The Salt Lick Trail is located just off U.S. Highway 16 approximately 6 miles east of Ten Sleep. Turn at the Salt Lick Trail sign. Phone 307-347-5100 Activities BIKING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Flickr BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Facebook Page This rugged 1.5-mile trail offers an unlimited number of fantastic scenic views with an equally impressive display of flora and fauna. Located approximately 6 miles east of Ten Sleep and immediately north of U.S. Highway 16, the Salt Lick Trail is under 5700 feet in elevation with moderately challenging climbs and descents. A restroom and an information kiosk are located at the trailhead.

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Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail, Alabama Camping & Hiking

Directions March Route – The National Historic Trail follows the actual march route which began at Brown Chapel, A.M.E. Church in Selma, AL, located on Martin Luther King, Jr. Street. Follow the Trail markers to U.S. Hwy. 80 through Lowndes County, AL. Continue on U.S. Hwy. 80 to Montgomery concluding at the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery, AL, located on Dexter Avenue. Phone (334) 877-1983 Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alabama Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alabama Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alabama Recreation Areas Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail Official Website Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail Map On August 6, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which extended equal voting rights for African-Americans. As both White and Black non-violent supporters led by Dr. Martin Luther

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Sheep Mountain Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions Head west along US Highway 14,16,20 (The North Fork Road) out of Cody approximately 12 miles from the North and South Fork Road intersection and turn south onto County Road 6KV. From there, head south over Gibbs Bridge to the intersection of C.R. 6KV and Stagecoach Trail Road, of which you will turn back to the east. Drive approximately 1.1 miles and head south to the gravel pit. At this location, you can park your vehicle at the gravel pit on the west side of the gravel road, or drive further south to access another abandoned gravel pit located on the east side of the road. If you have a rugged high clearance vehicle, continue to drive over 0.25 mile to the kiosk. Phone (307)578-5900 Activities HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice

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Slickrock National Recreation Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions To get to the Sand Flats Recreation Area from the north and Interstate 70 take exit 182 toward Moab. Merge onto US-191and go 31 miles to the first traffic light. At the light turn left onto 100 north. Proceed Ð… mile and turn right onto 400 east. Go Ð… mile and turn left at Dave™s Corner Market onto Millcreek Drive. Proceed for Ð… mile to stop sign. Go straight at stop sign onto the Sand Flats Road that continues up a hill for 2 Ð… miles to the Entrance Booth. To get to the Sand Flats Recreation Area from south of Moab on U.S. 191 turn right at first traffic light onto 400 East. Proceed for 1 mile to Dave™s Corner Market and Millcreek Drive. Make a right onto Millcreek Drive and proceed for Ð… mile to stop sign. Go straight at stop sign onto the Sand Flats Road

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South Caineville Mesa Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions 14 miles west of Hanksville along State Route 24 Phone (435) 542-3461 Activities HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas One of the more unique views in all of Utah is found by hiking up and onto South Caineville Mesa. This is a somewhat strenuous hike and exposes hikers to some very steep sidehills. The views are worth it. The eroding mountains and mesa’s have cut ravines that fan out dramatically at the base. The trail is about two and a half miles long to the top of the Mesa where there is a register box to sign in. Some might be satisfied with reaching the top, but while you are there, it’d be worth the time to

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South Landmark Gap Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Phone 907-822-3217 Activities WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas BLM Alaska YouTube Channel BLM Alaska Twitter BLM Alaska Facebook Page This trail is located at milepost 24.7 on the south side of the Denali Highway. An improved trailhead is located at mile 24.8. This trail lies within the Tangle Lakes Archaeological District (TLAD) and users are required to stay on designated trails. Please stay on designated trails, which are marked with green dotted signs. Red dotted signs within the TLAD are not open to motorized use, unless 6 inches of frozen ground or 12 inches of snow cover are present. This trail is for 4 wheeler use only. The trail ends at an unnamed

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South Warner Trail, California Camping & Hiking

Directions Getting there from Cedarville: Head S on County Rd. No. 1 for approximately 15 miles. Turn right onto county Rd. No. 42 and proceed for 1.5 miles. Turn right onto 4WD dirt road with trailhead markers 1/2 mile to trailhead parking. Phone 530-233-4666 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: California Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: California Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More California Recreation Areas This trail is two miles long, leads up to the South Warners Wilderness area.

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Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail, Maryland Camping & Hiking

Directions To find the trail, download a map guide. Phone (410) 962-4290 Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Maryland Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Maryland Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Maryland Recreation Areas Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail Official Website Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail Map For three years the young United States was embroiled in the War of 1812 and the Chesapeake Bay region felt the brunt of it, choked by shipping blockades and ravaged by enemy raids. Through sites and landscapes in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and throughout Maryland, the Trail tells the stories of the events, people, and places that led to the birth of our National Anthem.

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Steelhead Falls Trail, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions From Redmond, head north on Hwy 97 to Terrebonne and turn west on NE Lower Bridge Way. Go two miles and take a right on NW 43rd Street. Follow that 1.8 miles to Chinook Drive. Go almost a mile and take a left onto Badger Road. Travel one mile and turn right on Quail Road. Follow Quail Road for .5 mile and take a left on River Road. Take River Road downhill to the Steelhead Falls Trailhead and campground. Phone 541-416-6700 Activities BOATING, FISHING, HIKING, PICNICKING, DAY USE AREA, PHOTOGRAPHY, SWIMMING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Oregon Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Oregon Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Oregon Recreation Areas BLMOregon BLMOregon Time-lapse Video of Steelhead Falls Oregon State Tourism Oregon State Road Conditions Overview: In steps, it is only about

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Sullivan Canyon Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions The Paiute Wilderness Trails are accessed either from the Virgin River Canyon Recreation Area or the Black Rock Mountain area at Cougar Spring Trailhead. From St George, Utah, the Virgin River Gorge Recreation Area is located off of Interstate 15 about 20 miles southwest of St. George, Utah and about 20 miles northeast of Mesquite, Nevada. Take the Cedar Pockets exit, located halfway through the Virgin River Gorge. For a quick route one can also park along the north-bound side of the Interstate at the mouth of Sullivan Canyon. The approach has no trail or markings just a route up the Sullivan Canyon. Cougar Springs is the higher elevation and more popular access. Cougar Springs can be reached via Lime Kiln Canyon (County Road #242) to BLM route 1041. Follow signs to trailhead parking. From the trailhead old mining roads lead to the saddle and access to the scenic

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Sun Peak Picnic Area and Trailhead, Idaho Camping & Hiking

Directions About three miles north of Ketchum, adjacent to Highway 75. Phone 208-732-7200 Activities BIKING, FISHING, HIKING, PICNICKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Idaho Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Idaho Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Idaho Recreation Areas Idaho Recreation Sites BLM Idaho YouTube BLM Idaho Twitter BLM Idaho Facebook Page This wonderful developed picnic area is just north of Ketchum between Hwy 75 and the Big Wood River. The Wood River Trail, a paved non-motorized trail, passes through the picnic area.

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Sunshine Loop and Dutchman Mountain Bike Trails, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions Right off of I3. Turn left exit 22. Go 2 miles and you will see the BLM signs for the area. Phone 435-688-3246 Activities BIKING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, HIKING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas Sunshine Loop and Dutchman Mountain Bike Trails Map BLM Website Sunshine Loop and the Dutchman Trail wind through spectacular desert scenery. Colorful rock layers, impressive buttes, prehistoric petroglyphs and elusive desert wildlife can be seen along these two mountain bike trails. Dutchman trail is a 9-mile long Easy ride and includes a side trip to Little Black Mountain Petroglyph Site. Sunshine Loop is 8.5 miles long and rated Moderate. Recommended seasons of use are Fall, Winter and Spring.

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Swede Lake Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Phone 907-822-3217 Activities BIKING, HIKING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas BLM Alaska Twitter BLM Alaska YouTube Channel BLM Alaska Facebook Page This trail starts at an improved trailhead on the south side of the Denali Highway at milepost 16.2. The trail continues south for approximately 10 miles through the Tangle Lakes Archaeological District (TLAD), to the Middle Fork of the Gulkana River providing access to the Alphabet Hills and Dickey Lake. Please remember that the Middle Fork of the Gulkana is a National Wild River and users must stay on designated trails within the river corridor (1/2 mile either side of the riverbank). This trail is primarily utilized by motorized users. Major reconstruction

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Swede Mountain Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Starting at mile 0 of Danali Highway, drive 19.5 miles (paved) to the parking area. This trail on the left , parking is on the right. Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas Located at mile 19.5 of the Denali Highway this trail is for foot traffic only. The trail is approximately Ñ• of a mile one way and has an elevation gain of 1500 feet. Appropriate foot wear is advised as the trail is strenuous and fairly wet over the first .25 mile. Allow for 1.5 hours for in/out. Provides outstanding views of the Tangle Lakes, Amphitheater Mts., and Alaska Range. OHV™s are not allowed on this trail

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Table Top Trail, Arizona Camping & Hiking

Directions A high clearance vehicle is required to reach Table Top Trailhead. From Phoenix, take I-10 west to exit 112 (Highway 85), then travel south on Hwy 85 to Gila Bend for approximately 32 miles, access I-8 east and continue for 25 miles to exit 144 (Vekol Rd). Alternatively, take I-10 east from Phoenix to exit 164 (State Route 347). Turn right off the exit and head south on SR 347 for 28.4 miles to Hwy 84. Take Hwy 84 west for 5.6 miles to access I-8 west. Continue on I-8 west for 7.1 miles to exit 144 (Vekol Rd). Travel south on Vekol Rd for 2.1 miles to the Vekol Ranch turnoff. An information kiosk will be on the right. Keep right and continue south on Vekol Rd (BLM Route 8007, primitive dirt road) for 8.7 miles to BLM Route 8024. Turn left and travel 4.5 miles to the

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Tangle Lakes Foot Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions At milepost 21.5 on Denali Higway, turn on the Tangle Lakes Campground road. Park immediately on the left to access the trail. Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HIKING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas Located in Tangle Lakes Campground, this highly developed and well maintained foot trail provides easy access up an esker ridge providing sweeping views of the Tangle Lakes and Amphitheatre Mts. The developed trail is approximately .50 miles long. Unmaintained foot paths continue from the end of the developed trail providing access to State of Alaska lands and Landmark Gap Creek. Berry picking is popular along this trail in August and September. OHV™s are not allowed on this trail.

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Taos Valley Overlook Trails, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions Travel 6 miles south of Ranchos de Taos on NM 68 until the end of CR 110. Phone 575-758-8851 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel The Taos Valley Overlook Trails consist of several single track loops, and some two track trails totaling about 16 miles of intermediate level of difficulty.

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Tonsina River Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions Access the trail at MP 12.3 S. Edgerton Hwy. Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas This 17 (b) easement provides foot access to the lower Tonsina River. The trail leads approximately 2 miles to the bluffs of the Tonsina River. This is an excellent hiking trail and the user will be rewarded with splendid views at the end of the trail. Please stay on the trail and respect private landowner™s rights.

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Trout Creek Trail, Oregon Camping & Hiking

Directions Mecca Flat Trailhead : From Madras, Oregon, drive 12.7 miles north on US highway 26. Immediately before the Deschutes River crossing, turn right on the unsigned Mecca Flat Road, a single-lane dirt road. Watch for the brown BLM directional sign announcing Mecca Flat Campground. Drive another 1.6 miles to the campground and trailhead. Trout Creek Trailhead: From Madras, Oregon, drive 3 miles north on US highway 97; turn left onto NE Cora Drive and proceed another 0.7 miles. Make a slight left onto NE Clark Drive for another 5.8 mi, then turn left onto NE Buckley Ln/NE Clark Drive; proceed another 0.4 miles. NE Buckley Ln/NE Clark Drive turns left and becomes NE Clemens Drive for another 1.3 miles. At the community of Gateway, turn right to stay on NE Clemens Drive which becomes Coleman Road. The road turns to gravel at Trout Creek and a narrow tunnel precludes

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Turkey Creek Cliff Dwelling Trail, Arizona Camping & Hiking

Directions To reach Turkey Creek, drive 15 miles northwest of Safford on Highway 70. Turn west on Aravaipa-Klondyke Road and go approximately 40 miles, passing through the town of Klondyke, to the Aravaipa Canyon trailhead parking lot. From there, continue on the road, which turns left up Turkey Creek. Phone (928) 348-4400 Activities AUTO TOURING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Arizona Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Arizona Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Arizona Recreation Areas BLM Arizona Flickr BLM Arizona YouTube Channel BLM Arizona Facebook Page BLM Arizaon Twitter Nestled in the northern foothills of the Galiuro Mountains of southeastern Arizona lies Turkey Creek, a small riparian canyon that flows into Aravaipa Creek. Lined with large sycamore, Arizona walnut, and Arizona white oak trees, this narrow canyon

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Upper Dickey Lake Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Phone 907-822-3217 Activities HIKING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas BLM Alaska YouTube Channel BLM Alaska Facebook Page BLM Alaska Twitter Upper Dickey Lake Trail runs westward about 6 miles, up the southern side of the Middle Fork of the Gulkana River, providing access to Dickey Lake. It is accessed by following Swede Lake Trail and then crossing the river. The majority of this trail lies within the Gulkana National Wild River corridor as well as the Tangle Lakes Archaeological District (TLAD) and users are required to stay on the designated trail. There is an undeveloped camp site at the trail end near Dickey Lake. The first sections of this trail are extremely wet

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Viva Naughton Trail, Wyoming Camping & Hiking

Directions From Kemmerer, head north on Quartz St over the railroad tracks, then continue on Hwy 189 for 3/4 miles and turn left (west) on WY 233. Head north on Wy 233 for 18 miles to the trailhead that sits on the right (east) side of the road about 1/2 mile north of Lake Viva Naughton. Phone 307-828-4500 Activities WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Wyoming Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Wyoming Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Wyoming Recreation Areas BLM Wyoming YouTube BLM Wyoming Facebook Page BLM Wyoming Twitter BLM Wyoming Flickr The Viva Naughton Cross-country ski trail is located 16 miles north of Kemmerer, Wyoming. The trail offers 4 miles of groomed trail for beginner and intermediate skiers. The Trailhead also provides access to 343 miles of

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White Ridge Bike Trails, New Mexico Camping & Hiking

Directions Traveling northwest toward Cuba on US 550 from Bernalillo, the drive is approximately 20 miles. Before San Ysidro (about two miles), turn left onto Cabezon Road (County Road 906) at the intersection of Cabezon Road and US 550. Follow the left fork. Travel 4.4 miles to the gravel parking lot. Phone 505-761-8700 Activities BIKING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: New Mexico Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: New Mexico Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More New Mexico Recreation Areas BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico Flickr BLM New Mexico Facebook Page BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico YouTube Channel BLM New Mexico Twitter BLM New Mexico Facebook Page Tucked away in rugged and scenic country southwest of the community of San Ysidro, New Mexico,

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Windy Creek Trail, Alaska Camping & Hiking

Directions From Colorado Creek Trailhead, at milepost 57.1 on the Elliot Highway, the Windy Creek trail can be accessed from the Colorado Creek Trail. Distance from the trailhead to Wolf Run cabin is 23 miles and Windy Gap cabin is 32 miles. Phone 907-474-2200 Activities WINTER SPORTS Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Alaska Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Alaska Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Alaska Recreation Areas Windy Creek Trail connects with Colorado Creek Trail at Wolf Run Cabin. The trail parallels Windy Creek, following the drainage up the valley. The trail then climbs, at times steeply, through Windy Gap and emerges on top of a plateau. The trail then descends steeply, crossing Fossil Creek, to the trail junction. This trail is used in winter as a snowmobile trail. The trail is closed

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Wire Mesa Trail, Utah Camping & Hiking

Directions From City of St. George travel north on Interstate 15. Take exit 16 to Hurricane City. Turn right on Main Street. Take the first left onto State Route 59. Turn left on Smithsonian Butte National Backcountry Byway for about six miles and take a left until you reach the parking area. Phone 435-688-3200 Activities BIKING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PHOTOGRAPHY Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Utah Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Utah Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Utah Recreation Areas recommended Trail Users: Mountain Bikers. Single track. 7.4 miles (looped) in length. Difficulty: Beginner/ Intermediate. The trail is a mix of dirt and slick rock that winds though and around a maze of sandstone hills and through juniper and pinion pine forests. The track has a very good flow and provides riders with

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Wood Thrush Trail, Virginia Camping & Hiking

Directions Take the I-95, Take the VA-642 exit towards LORTON, Turn Left on LORTON RD, Turn Right on GUNSTON COVE RD, Continue on GUNSTON RD, Turn Right on BELMONT BLVD, Continue on Belmont until you see a BLM sign on the right side of the road. Phone 703.339.0410 Activities INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, VISITOR CENTER, WILDLIFE VIEWING Camping Reservations Reserve your campsite at these camping areas: Virginia Campgrounds Hiking Trails Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails: Virginia Hiking Trails Related Link(s) More Virginia Recreation Areas One mile loop trail on the 800 acres of the Meadowood SRMA on Mason Neck in Fairfax County, Virginia and plans to manage it to provide open space for recreation, environmental education, and wild horse and burro interpretation. The 800-acre Mason Neck peninsula, approximately 18 miles south of Washington, D.C., is also the site of

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