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Get Inspired With Our Most Recent Hiking Articles

Whether you prefer a two-week trek over craggy mountains or a more casual stroll through serene old-growth forests, Moon strives to connect you to nature. Here are our four most recent articles to get you started, or dig deeper and browse the latest Moon travel articles for all articles on Hiking.

Burr Trail Road in Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Visit Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (GSENM) contains a vast and wonderfully scenic collection of landscapes and incredible opportunities for outdoor adventure. Use this helpful advice to plan your visit, including where to go and how much time to spend there.

Looking up to the sky in Redwood National Park's Lady Bird Johnson Grove.

Pacific Coast Road Trip: Redwood National Park Sights

It’s all about the trees! These top Redwood National Park sights include strolling beneath colossal redwoods and through landscapes peppered with lovely plantlife, long hikes up the coast of endless blue waters, and an incredible canyon with a pre-historic vibe, its walls covered in ferns and streaming water.

Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park. Photo © Lisa Robinson/The Department of Creativity.

Best Hikes in Redwood National Park

Hiking in Redwood National Park can be a short stop to experience the forest on a few choice trails, or a longer stay for camping and a trip to the backcountry. Here’s a look at some of the park’s best trails, from short, easy hikes and long-hauls along the coast to the most scenic routes and spectacular viewpoints.

White-water rafting on the Río Tuma.

Things to Do Near Matagalpa

North of Matagalpa you’ll find plenty of things to do in fantastic opportunities to explore the incredible landscape. For where to stay, take advantage of the area’s ecolodges and farming co-operatives to get to know and support the locals.