Travel Tips: Best Hiking Spots for Beginners
For hiking beginners it's difficult to choose where they should go for their first hiking trip. Here's a round up of the best spots to start your hiking experience.
Long Trail, Jay Peak Long Trail North
The heights are daunting enough for an exhilarating experience, and although the path is not straight-up, colored markers are available so you wouldn't get lost.
The green markers are the easy path, blue for moderate, and the black markers represent the most difficult path only suggested to expert hikers.
Kalalau Trail, Hawaii
Beginner hikers who want to enjoy their first time hiking tropical-style must then check out Kalalau Trail. The trail is divided into 3 sections, but only section 1 is accessible to beginners.
Stunning views over 4,000 ft high, you only have to scale 4.3 miles to complete this trail.
One of the members of the Adirondack High Peaks, its bald cap offers a fantastic view of New York's Green mountains and Lake Champlain.
Greenstone Ridge Trail, Isle Royale National Park
If you're a beginner hiker who wants to step up your hiking game, then Greenstone Ridge is designed to fulfill your needs. Located in Michigan, this trail is moderate and easy to follow, although you might want to pack all the essential hiking gear for this one, because to complete the trail you need to spend about 3-5 days.