Hike Journal List



Tour Mount Du Blonc

Classic hike around Mount du Blonc. The trip takes you through the borders of Italy, Switzerland and France.

submitted by Web Admin google on Wed Oct 08 2014


Chicago Basin

This epic over night trip started out at the train station in Durango Colorado. The narrow gauge railway will take you though some great scenery and drop you at a stop in the middle of nowhere called Needleton.

submitted by Web Admin google on Tue Jan 14 2014


Grand Canyon Loop Hike

Grand Canyon loop hike down the South South Kaibab Trailhead to the Tonto trail and finally up the Bright Angel trail

submitted by Facebook Admin on Tue Nov 06 2012


Cirque De Towers

There is a small National Forest campground at the trail head. An 8.7-mile (14 km) hike beginning at 9,000 feet (2,743 m) above sea level which is relatively level the first 7 miles (11.3 km) becomes very steep the last mile (1.6 km) and ascends to Jackass Pass at 10,800 feet (3,290 m), crossing the continental divide. From there one must descend a steep half mile (800 m) to Lonesome Lake, which is one of four lakes in the cirque.

submitted by None on Fri Nov 18 2011


Big Bend South Rim Loop Hike

Big Bend National Park is a national park located in the U.S. state of Texas. Big Bend has national significance as the largest protected area of Chihuahuan Desert topography and ecology in the United States. This trip report chronicles a trip though the Chicos Mountains that over look the Rio Grande River and Mexico to the South. This Hiking Journal is of a hiking trip I did in 2008.

submitted by None on Mon Sep 05 2011


Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Uluru is a giant geographic rock formation in the Outback area of central Australia. There is a loop that surrounds Uluru and you can hike along the perimeter via a gravel path or climb to the top of Uluru to take in the view.

submitted by None on Thu Jan 20 2011


Ouachita National Forest

Two day trip into the Ouachita National Forest . We started at the Albert Pike Recreation Area Trail Head. I was only able to map the first day of the trip, and a little of the second day due to an issue with my GPS. We took county road 82 back to the Albert Pike trail head.

submitted by None on Tue Apr 20 2010


Guadalupe Mountains

Guadalupe Mountains National Park

submitted by None on Sat Dec 05 2009


Palo Duro

The Texas Grand Canyon. Second largest Canyon system in the United States.

submitted by None on Fri Nov 06 2009


Estes Cone

This Estes Cone hike starts at the Lilly Lake Trail Head.

submitted by None on Tue Jul 21 2009


Lock Vale And Glass Lake

This Hike starts at the popular Brear Lake and Glacier Gorge trail heads. It includes the popular Alberto Falls. Glass pond sits at an elevation of 10,813 ft.

submitted by None on Tue Jul 21 2009


Emory Peak Trail

Trail starts in the Chicos Basin Campground in Big Bend NP.

submitted by None on Fri Oct 24 2008


Big Bend Np

The trailhead for the Pinnacles trail is near the Chisos Basin Campground. The campground has camping sites available, in addition to running water and picnic and grill facilities. Longer hikes are passable in the Chisos Mountains.

submitted by None on Sun May 25 2008


Mount Tallac

The Mount Tallac trailhead is 1 mile south of Hwy 89. There are brown 'Mt Tallac' signs north and south of where you leave Hwy 89, which is 4 miles northwest on Hwy 89 from the junction where it leaves Hwy 50. This trail head is well marked, including the two turns you have to make between the highway and the trail head.

submitted by None on Sun May 25 2008


Long's Peak

Long's Peak (peek) is a one of the tallest peeks in Rock Mountain National Park. This is a very popular hike. Arrive early if you want to get a parking spot. You will need a wilderness permit from the Park Service to spend the night in the Boulder Field camp ground.

submitted by None on Sun May 25 2008


Devil's Garden

This hike competes with Delicate Arch as the best hike in the Arches Nation Park. The Devil's Garden area of Arches National Park contains the largest concentration of significant natural arches in the world. The parking lot only has 150 spaces so you will want to arrive early.

submitted by None on Wed May 21 2008


Delicate Arch

This trail starts in the parking lot on the main park access road of Arches National Park. To avoid the crowds go in the morning, or evening.

submitted by None on Wed May 21 2008


Fisher Towers

The hiking trail along the base of the towers offers excellent views of these carved piles of hardened mud and adjacent canyon systems. While there are numerous stopping points with striking views, an outstanding view of the area may be obtained by hiking out halfway along the trail to the base of the Titan.

submitted by None on Wed May 21 2008


Bryce Np

no information

submitted by None on Wed May 21 2008


Zion Np

Zion National Park located in southern Utah. One of the great things about this park is they do not allow cars on the main access roads. You will have to get out of your car and take the free shuttle.

submitted by None on Wed May 21 2008


Petrified Forest

Petrified Forest in Arizona

submitted by None on Tue May 20 2008