Hiking Trail

Some articles on hiking trails, trails, hiking trail, trail:

Elk City Lake
... There are six hiking trails at the Elk City Reservoir, two of which are notable for receiving a National Trails designation ... The scenic Elk River hiking trail is 15 miles (24 km) long, and goes from the west edge of the dam westward to the bridge on Elk River ... The Table Mound hiking trail is 2.75 miles long and runs along the east side of the lake from a scenic overlook at the dam to the Timber Road campground ...
Cumberland Trail
... The Cumberland Trail is a hiking trail following a line of ridges and gorges along the eastern escarpment of the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee ... The trail begins at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park and ends at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park and Prentice Cooper Wildlife ... The trail travels through 11 Tennessee counties ...
Tehran Province - Parks, Recreation and Other Attractions
... Darband (hiking trail) Chitgar Park Mellat Park Laleh Park Jamshidieh Park Niavaran Park Sa'ei Park Shatranj Park Tangeh Savashi Police Park Darabad hiking trail Darakeh hiking trail Jahan-e Kudak Park Azadi Sports ...
Mount Kinka (Gifu) - Reaching The Summit
... Kinka has four marked trails for hikers who wish to walk to the top of the mountain ... The Hundred-Turn Hiking Trail (百曲登山道 Hyaku-magari Tosandō) and the Seven-turn Hiking Trail (七曲登山道 Nana-magari Tosandō) both begin near the Nawa Insect ... The Hyaku-magari is an 1,100 m (3,609 ft) intermediate trail that takes 50 minutes to traverse, while the Nana-magari is a 1,900 m (6,234 ft) beginner trail that takes approximately 60 minutes ...
Partridge Island (Nova Scotia) - Hiking Trail
... The three kilometre (1.9 mile) round-trip, hiking trail on Partridge Island climbs quickly to a height of about 61 metres (200 feet) above sea level, but there are four ... There is a lookoff at the top of the trail from which a viewing platform offers vistas of more than 60 kilometres (37 miles) of the coastline of the Upper Minas Basin ... Visitors are advised to stay on the trail and to keep away from the edge of the cliffs, which could give way without warning ...

Famous quotes containing the words trail and/or hiking:

    It is not for man to follow the trail of truth too far, since by so doing he entirely loses the directing compass of his mind.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    The westerner, normally, walks to get somewhere that he cannot get in an automobile or on horseback. Hiking for its own sake, for the sheer animal pleasure of good condition and brisk exercise, is not an easy thing for him to comprehend.
    State of Utah, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)