Central Colorado - The Sawatch and Elk Mountain ranges around Aspen, Leadville, Buena Vista, Crested Butte and Marble offer the quintessential Rocky Mountain hiking experience with glacial valleys leading to vast alpine expanses sprinkled with glistening lakes amid soaring peaks.
Rocky Mountain National Park - Coming soon. Fantastic hiking trails lead to spectacular mountain scenery in this popular 265,000-acre park straddling the continental divide, adjacent to Estes Park in the east and Grand Lake in the west.
California's Southeastern Sierra - The southeastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, around the towns of Lee Vining, Mammoth Lakes, Bishop and Lone Pine, are a hiker’s paradise of rugged peaks, beautiful alpine lakes and gorgeous meadows.
California's Southwestern Sierra - Giant sequoias, peaceful conifer forests, glistening lakes and dramatic mountain scenery tempt hikers to explore the southwestern Sierra Nevada Mountains around Lodgepole and Mineral King in Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park.
Yosemite - Coming Soon.
Glacier National Park - Glacier National Park is a hikers paradise, with over 700 miles of trails ranging from short nature walks to extended backpacks, traveling through some of the most spectacular and wild country in the Rockies.
Wind River Range - The core of the Wind River Range, a backpacker’s paradise, runs for 80 miles along the crest of the Continental Divide in west-central Wyoming from Green River Lakes in the northwest to the Big Sandy Opening in the southeast. Over 40 peaks soar over 13,000-ft. and well over 100 peaks top 12,000-ft. This amazing collection of lofty granite peaks tower above breathtaking alpine meadows and forests studded with over 2,300 lakes and ponds. Two national forests and three wilderness areas, along with the Wind River Indian Reservation, protect huge swathes of this incredible landscape.
The Tetons - coming soon.
The Beartooths - coming soon.
The Valais - Located in the southwestern part of the country, the Valais is home to some of the most dramatic scenery in Switzerland and some of the greatest hiking destinations such as Zermatt, Saas Fee, Gruben, Zinal, Les Hauderes and Arolla.
Bernese Oberland - Located in the western Switzerland, the region is a hiker’s paradise with trails wandering through lovely valleys, traveling along scenic ridges and climbing to stunning viewpoint in the Bernese Alps. The famous Alpine Pass Routes traverses the region’s high passes and visits the villages of Grindelwald, Lauterbrunnen, Griesalp, Kandersteg, Engstlenalp and Meiringen, to name a few.
Eastern Switzerland - This area including the Engadine and Davos, offers a multitude of great hiking trails from easy walks along beautiful lakes to the moderate jaunts between rustic villages. Strenuous hikes climb over scenic passes with stunning views of glacier-clad peaks and travel up tranquil valleys amid rugged peaks. Home to the country’s only national park near Scuol along with the jet-set ski-resorts of St. Moritz and Davos, this area offers a little something for everyone.
Southeast Utah - The high desert plateaus of southeast Utah are carved into a maze of intricate canyons, mesas, buttes, fins, arches and spires. Three national parks, three national forest, two monuments, a huge recreation area and millions of acres of BLM land protect this amazing landscape. Information is available on Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, Moab, Grand Gulch, Blanding, Monticello, Mexican Hat and Bluff.
South Central Utah - The 1.9 million acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, along with Capitol Reef National Park, Bryce National Parks, a variety of BLM lands and State Parks, protect large swaths of south central Utah. Numerous hiking trails penetrate this amazing landscape allowing hikers to wander through the stone forests formed by the pink and white hoodoos at Bryce National Park, to spend days roaming the vast and rugged plateaus and multi-hued cliffs of the Grand Staircase and Canyons of the Escalante and to explore the hidden treasures of the Waterpocket Fold and Cathedral Valley in Capitol Reef National Park.
Northwest New Mexico - Northwest New Mexico is "Indian Country." A wealth of Native American culture is yours to explore from ancestral Puebloan ruins at Chaco Canyon to the largest Indian reservation, the Navajo Nation, along with the pueblos of the Laguna, Zuni and Acoma and the Jicarilla Apache, spread across a starkly beautiful desert landscape with vast plateaus, sinuous canyons and photogenic rock formations.