Although it is important to keep social distancing right now, being out in nature offers a variety of benefits that are vital for this stressful period caused by the coronavirus threat. So, there is a list of the most scenic places for hiking across the US.
- Alaska: Flattop Mountain Trail in Anchorage
The scenery is really beautiful if you climb to the top. Climbing to the top is quite easy, although you may need to use both your hands and feet.
- Arizona: Devils Bridge Trail in Sedona
Reaching the bridge is about one hour and a half hiking. The landscape is beautiful and climbing there does not require any special physical strength.
- California: Vernal and Nevada Falls via the Mist Trail in Yosemite National Park
There you have an amazing opportunity to enjoy the waterfalls and landscapes in Yosemite. Some paths are really difficult to pass so be careful.
- Colorado: Emerald Lake Trail in Estes Park
You better begin hiking early in the morning because the route getting into the park is a bit strange.
- Connecticut: Bear Mountain Trail in Salisbury
The trail is great. Be prepared to meet a lot of people on your way.
- Washington, DC: Theodore Roosevelt Island Outer Loop in Washington, District of Columbia
There is an interesting view of the Kennedy Center. Not to forget to mention that the place is usually busy.
- Florida: Black Bear Wilderness Area Trail near Sanford
It’s a unique place for the whole family. Be prepared to take big steps up on some parts of the trail. The scenery is beautiful and undoubtedly it’s a really great place to go for a long walk.
- Hawaii: Diamond Head (Le’ahi) Summit Trail near Honolulu
Be careful the steps. At the same time is a unique place for fun.
- Idaho: Sawtooth Lake near Stanley
Except hiking, you can also camp at Sawtooth Lake on the far side. If you make it the view is gorgeous.
- Indiana: Clifty Falls, Hoffman Falls, and Tunnel Falls in Madison
The trail is suitable not only for walking but also for running. Various views make this place really interesting. Be careful the spider webs along the trail.