Exploring The Great Channels of Virginia
The Great Channels are one of Virginia's best-kept secrets. Located in the heart of the vast state forest in the designated 721-acre Channels Natural Area Preserve, the Great Channels are a 20-acre labyrinth of sandstone formed during the last ice age, stashed away along the 4,208-foot crest of Middle Knob, the high point of Clinch Mountain. The Great Channels are an otherworldly experience like no other place else in the state and reminiscent of the slot canyons and gorges of the American Southwest. We recommend visiting mid-week, early morning, or late afternoon to avoid crowds. Have an alternate plan in mind if the parking lot is full when you arrive. The parking lot off Virginia Highway 80 will be limited to 10 vehicles at one time. Visitors are asked to come back later should the lot be full when they arrive. Parking will not be permitted along Highway 80. “No parking” signs have been posted, and violators will be ticketed.
Soaking Wet From 242 Ft 2-Tiered Waterfall "Wahkeena Falls"
Wahkeena Falls is a two-tiered waterfall coming in at a whopping 242 ft. It's still a lot smaller than the nearby Multnomah Falls, but it is still breathtaking and worth a visit. However, if you stand too close to the waterfall you will definitely get a bit wet, or even SOAKED!
Best Portland, Oregon Hikes - Wahkeena Falls
From Multnomah Falls, we embarked on another one of my favorite Oregon waterfall hikes, which was to the beautiful "Wahkeena Falls". This waterfalls is a much bigger secret than Multnomah - it gets a lot fewer visitors but is a very easy and pleasant hike with great views of the Columbia River Gorge!
Best Portland Hikes - Multnomah Falls Loop
Undoubtedly, hiking up and around the magnificent Multnomah Falls is a great hike. It is rated as moderate and isn't very long either, making it the perfect hike to start earlier and finish up before the crowds pile up at this famous natural attraction.
The Summertime Views On These 5 Hikes in New York are Incredible
If you’re looking for travel ideas to explore the diverse landscape of New York, take a look at this list of hiking trails that contain some of the most scenic views in the state.
Hiking Box Canyon in Ouray, CO || FullTime RV Family
Our family hiked Box Canyon in Ouray, CO. This was an absolute beautiful hike and totally worth the little work you have to put in to see the waterfall. It should be on everyone's list of places to go. Not only is Ouray, the town, so beautiful but so is the surrounding area. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube: Top Of The World Adventures
Easy Hikes in Arches National Park || Full Time RV Family
Here are some of the easier hikes in Arches National Park. They can be done with kids in backpacks on your back or they can walk it pretty easy. These hikes are always worth the sweat. Don't skip Delicate Arch because it is so beautiful and a super easy hike. Be sure to watch for snakes!! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube: Top Of The World Adventures
You NEED to Do THIS HIKE 1 Hour from San Diego!
Choosing a good hike can always be a bit challenging - you have to decide which hikes may have the best views, how long the hike is, how far away you have to drive, and how difficult the hike is. That's why I STRONGLY recommend you do the "3 Sisters Falls" hike - it is only 1 hour away, it's 4 miles round trip, it's moderately difficult, and it has great views and waterfalls!
My #1 FAVORITE Hike 1 Hour From Downtown San Diego
My favorite hike in San Diego happens to only be about an hour from downtown! It is named the "Three Sisters Falls Hike", and is up in the mountains a bit more east. It has some pretty insane mountain views throughout, including sights of the waterfalls that you will reach as the final destination. Please follow me on NewsBreak for more San Diego content!
8 Lesser-Known State Parks in New York that will Amaze you
Letchworth, Niagra Falls, Bear Mountain—even if you only just arrived in New York, we probably don't need to tell you these are all must-see state parks, they're also popular and crowded.
Pennsylvania's Most Unique Hiking Experiences
If you’re on the hunt for a one-of-a-kind hike that’s filled with memorable moments, you've stumbled upon the right article. Keep reading to learn more about these five hikes in Pennsylvania that are unlike anything you've ever experienced before.
Redwoods Regional Park is Like Muir Woods in Oakland
Redwoods Regional Park has beautiful 100+ year old redwood trees you can walk among, yet it's only a few minutes from downtown Oakland, California