New York’s mountain ranges are home to thousands of miles of inviting trails for people of all skill levels. From beginning hikes with informational plaques for families to true tests of endurance up windswept peaks, New York is home to some of the best hikes in the country, no matter who you are. Here are a few of my favorites:
After 40 days on the Emerald Isle, I knew it was a great place to go hiking! There are so many beautiful places to explore here. This is my list of great hiking destinations in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Panama tends to be an overlooked travel destination in Central America but I found it to be a great destination for hiking enthusiasts. Here’s my Panama hiking overview with my thoughts, favorites and dislikes about hiking in this beautiful country.
Located in the middle of the Panama highlands, Lost and Found Hostel is the ultimate stop for every kind of backpacker. Although 2 nights is minimum stay requirement, I recommend spending 3 nights here to explore all of the hiking trails and take advantage of the activities offered by Lost and Found Hostel.
Santa Fe is perfect for hikers and adventure seekers looking explore off the beaten track. This is my complete Santa Fe, Panama hiking guide with all the information you need about hiking this hidden gem of Panama.
Anton Valley (El Valle de Anton) is a popular weekend getaway for Panamanians and a great place for hiking! This is my complete Anton Valley hiking guide with everything you need to know about exploring this beautiful area of Panama.
Despite a metro area of 1.4 million people, there are places where you can escape the noise and go hiking in Panama City. These spots are friendly for the budget traveler with excellent views of the surrounding area.