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Tag - Waterfalls

Hiking Kolob Arch | La Verkin Creek & Hop Valley Trail | Zion National Park

Hiking

Kolob Arch is known as the 6th largest arch in the world at with a span of about 287 feet. It is located in the northwestern portion of Zion National Park and is hiked frequently as a day…

Hiking Owl’s Head Mountain | 4,025 Feet | NH White Mountains

Hiking

Owl’s Head is probably the hardest to get to single 4,000 foot peak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The quickest route to the summit is 9.1 miles right into the heart of the Pemigiwasset Wilderness. It…

Hiking Mount Willey

Hiking

Mount Willey is located in Crawford Notch, and is often hiked in combination with Mount Tom and Mount Field. The steep trail, allows hikers to ascend quickly to the top of the Notch, and look north towards Webster…

Glen Boulder Trail to Boott Spur

Hiking

Glen Boulder is a unique rock above tree line in Pinkham Notch. This is a common route up to Mt. Washington, to Mt. Isolation, or for a quick and beautiful day hike. The trailhead is located only a…

Champney Falls

Hiking

Champney Falls is a gorgeous waterfall located in the White Mountains of NH. It is easily accessed off of Route 112, the Kancamagus Highway. It is perfect for all hiking levels, and accessible in all season. The falls…

Hike Mount Washington – NH White Mountains

Hiking

Trails Directions Hike Time Camping Presidential Traverse Mount Washington sits at 6,288 feet making it the tallest mountain in NH, and in all of the northeast. It offers incredible views, numerous hiking options, the famous Cog Railway, the…

Zealand Mountain via Zealand Trail & Twinway Trail

Hiking, Trip Report

Though the summit may not offer any views, Zeacliff is one of the most outstanding views in New Hampshire. The hike up is well worth it, and you even get the bonus waterfall and ponds on the way…

Arethusa Falls and Ripley Falls – Crawford Notch

Hiking, Trip Report

The hike from Ripley Falls to Arethusa Falls via the Arethusa-Ripley Falls Trail is not only gorgeous, but is relatively easy. It is doable for all experience levels, and there is plenty of parking right off of route…