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5 Great Coastal Hikes to Keep You Inspired 1. CLIFF WALK. Visit on a weekday or early morning, and you might just get this 3.5-mile long path all to yourself. 2. DIPSEA TRAIL. This rugged trail — also known as the Ben Johnson Trail — winds from Muir Woods National Monument 3. SANDY HOOK NATURE.

5 Great Coastal Hikes to Keep You Inspired September 15, 2017 / jeanettehorton According to the Harvard Medical School caloric table, the average 155-pound person can burn more than 300 calories an hour when walking at a brisk pace. If you are visiting in the summer, keep an eye out for the loggerhead sea turtles and piping plovers that lay their eggs along the edge of the water. There is no fee to hike the trail, and there is no shelter system along the way, so plan ahead.

4. Cape Perpetua Hike, Siuslaw National Forest, Oregon. Difficulty: Moderate** Distance: 6.5-mile loop**. The Sunken Forest Nature Trail is a 1.5 mile boardwalk, but you’ll want to focus on the 32 miles of Fire Island beach. Although your eyes will be drawn to the ocean and bay views, remember to look down to see the beach plum and beach heather along the way.

For information, call 631-563-4354 or visit nps.gov/fiis/. Coastal Hikes Guide Your guide to 10 of the best hikes along the rugged coast of the San Francisco Peninsula: Interactive Google trail maps and driving directions; Available activities for each hiking location; Tips on local favorites: restaurants, coffee shops, breweries and more. If a 7.5-mile looped trek in direct sunlight isn’t in the cards for you, there’s the option to shorten your walk to a 1.8-mile hike to just the tavern site, or a 2.4-mile walk to Great Beach Hill.

The wide open views of the Pacific Ocean are really just the cherry on top. Especially on these eight coastal hikes! 1. Muir Beach Overlook. Difficulty: Easy (0.3 of a mile) Short ‘n sweet, the hike to Muir Beach Overlook will give you clear, wide ocean views without even having to go a half-mile. Corral Canyon resides in a nearly unblighted, 100-acre coastal stretch of Malibu, cleaved by a natural creek draining to the ocean.

The main attraction here, the Sara Wan Trail, named for a former longtime member of the California Coastal Commission, is a 2.5-mile loop. It winds through a small marsh and sagebrush before heading to the top of. Coastal trails are described in great detail in the book Hiking the California Coastal Trail, Volume 1: Oregon to Monterey (2nd Edition, 320 pages, 2002) by Bob Lorentzen and Richard Nichols.

For a multi-day backpacking trip along the coastline, you may have to walk along Highway 1 because the coastal trail is. Here are the 10 best coastal hikes in the U.S. All you need is time off, a solid pair of boots, and you’re just a grueling climb away from the best views of ocean or lake in America.

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Of these none were considered more inspiring than the mountains of the Teton Range.

“National Parks: The American Experience” by Alfred Runte
from National Parks: The American Experience
by Alfred Runte
University of Nebraska Press, 1997

Certainly it can’t be for lack of recreation, for aside from the standard state park fare of hiking and biking trails, the 2,400-acre park and its 150 camping sites rest alongside more than five miles of the free-flowing and refreshing Deschutes River.

“Grant's Getaways: 101 Oregon Adventures” by Grant McOmie
from Grant’s Getaways: 101 Oregon Adventures
by Grant McOmie
West Margin Press, 2013

These first two hikes are just an introduction.

“Basic Training For Dummies” by Rod Powers
from Basic Training For Dummies
by Rod Powers
Wiley, 2011

Of these, none was considered more inspiring than the magnificent Teton Range.

“National Parks: The American Experience” by Alfred Runte
from National Parks: The American Experience
by Alfred Runte
Taylor Trade Publishing, 2010

Trails at Great Basin run the gamut from relaxing ¼-mile jaunts to multiday backpacking excursions, so everyone can find a path that matches personal ability, fitness level, and desired destination, be it mountain peak, flowered meadow, or evergreen forest.

“Fodor's The Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West” by Fodor's Travel Guides
from Fodor’s The Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West
by Fodor’s Travel Guides
Fodor’s Travel, 2016

If you need ideas for off-trail jaunts, check out Nancy Pallister’s Beyond Trails in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming.

“Climbing and Hiking in the Wind River Mountains” by Joe Kelsey
from Climbing and Hiking in the Wind River Mountains
by Joe Kelsey
Falcon Guides, 2013

Hikers interested in the next trailhead to the south, Virginia Lakes, will find the second and third Green Creek trips easy to adapt for Virginia Lakes.

“Sierra North: Backcountry Trips in California's Sierra Nevada” by Kathy Morey, Mike White, Stacey Corless, Thomas Winnett
from Sierra North: Backcountry Trips in California’s Sierra Nevada
by Kathy Morey, Mike White, et. al.
Wilderness Press, 2005

These include special sections in the leading guidebooks of the day, notably Sweetser’s White Mountains Guide (1876) and Stoddard’s (1874) and Wallace’s (1875) Adirondacks counterparts.

“Forest and Crag: A History of Hiking, Trail Blazing, and Adventure in the Northeast Mountains, Thirtieth Anniversary Edition” by Laura Waterman, Guy Waterman
from Forest and Crag: A History of Hiking, Trail Blazing, and Adventure in the Northeast Mountains, Thirtieth Anniversary Edition
by Laura Waterman, Guy Waterman
SUNY Press, 2019

The most famous of the walks is the four-hundred-kilometre Alpine Trail, which begins in Baw Baw National Park, near Walhalla in Gippsland, and follows the ridges all the way to Mount Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales.

“The Rough Guide to Australia” by Margo Daly
from The Rough Guide to Australia
by Margo Daly
Rough Guides, 2003

And the final one is an easy, overnight trek to a mountain-top campsite along the spectacular Escarpment Trail.

“Backpacking in Michigan” by Jim DuFresne
from Backpacking in Michigan
by Jim DuFresne
University of Michigan Press, 2007

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  • How fantastic. your channel is really making its mark on the world.I knew almost nothing about Estonia before it.awesome��
    I too have been approached by a tour company here in OZ.hopefully one day my channel may grow like yours.Really looking forward to the NZ stuff,I’ve visited NZ a few times and just love it.
    ps: i think YOUR editing skills are excellent, excellent work.
    cheers Gizmo

  • I’m the only one to complete the worlds longest trail. The Great Trail in Canada. It’s 21,000km long which is the equivalent of walking around the world or walking from New York to LA 3:times

  • I’ve done the first four, two are in my Top 20 (A.L. & Iceberg) and I put The Precipice and Fiery Furnace in a separate ‘Mini-Hikes’ category. In that category, they are certainly in my Top 10.

  • Iceberg lake was great! We saw 2 Bears at different times, fortunately they did not pay us any attention, the granite chalet in Glacier is also amazing.

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  • Acadia is the only national park I’ve been to and it was a brief trip so I loved how short & rewarding the hikes were. I’m from the Adirondacks in NY so most of my top hikes are there, Whiteface Mtn probably the most well known.

  • I think that all could be fine, if there is optional trails. Costal walks in Latvia is nightmare(for me), because surface always have slope(from few degrees and up) and direction of moving is along by water line. After long walk my feet have slopes too.:)

  • Love your video.. My brother is in British Columbia and goes on some epic hikes just like you.. Here is a short one of his. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w41sfvvz34Y

  • Beautiful! Not in a National Park but if you find yourselves near Mt.Baker in Western Washington, the hike to Lake Anne is probably the most gorgeous I’ve been on. You do have to go in late summer or early fall though when the pass is clear of snow and watch out for heavy rain cause part of the hike takes you through a valley.

  • I brought my non-hiking wife up the Precipice many year ago. We bought some freshly steam lobsters at the docks. We wrapped them in newspaper and hiked up the trail. We ate our lobsters at the top of the trail as we were looking over the view. Great memories.

  • WOW… great video. And congratulations on your collaboration and venture. This long hike would be as challenging as the Mt Everest hikes that are so popular.

  • Great video! Awesome pictures. Good to know the best places for hiking.

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  • If anyone wants other ideas for amazing overnight hikes in Alberta and British Columbia, Canada, just check my channel. I have hiked almost every trail in Banff, Jasper and Kananaskis over the last 28 years.

  • Great video with some beautiful shots! Our favorite is the 2200ish mile WWT, which goes from NV through ID, into MT and down into WY.

  • Mmmm I wonder who will get the first movie offer Hiker Estonia or Luna the dog? Luna has one part role in an add and already she is developing an attitude

  • The best hikes in BC are from Diamond Head to Black Tusk in Garibaldi Park (7 days) Beautiful mountain meadows in between the peaks. The West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island (6 days and you need a reservation), which is very arduous but rewarding, and the Kootenay trail, in the Columbia district, which ties with the PCT.

  • You are now the go to person in Estonia for all things trail walking. You have done more than anyone else to promote your beautiful country, I hope one day we shall meet on the trail.

  • Hey Guys, really enjoying your channel. My wife and I frequent the Bruce Trail in Ontario, Canada. In total it’s around 900 kms (not typo) long and offers a variety of terrain and gorgeous views. In particular I recommend the sections in the Bruce Peninsula, the views over Georgian Bay are incredible.

  • Yeah, Gros Morne made it to your Top 5 list! That’s pretty impressive knowing all the places you guys have been. Of course, I’m from Newfoundland, as you probably guessed.

  • great video! Some thoughts/questions:
    I would so love to dive into that glacial water!
    What kind of sandals are you wearing?
    I admit itI have a big crush on one of you and it ain’t Owan 😉

  • Your backpack seemed small….you were able to pack your tent, sleeping bag, cooking gear etc in it???? What airlines did you use. I have flown in Iceland air before they charge a good bit for baggage. Thanks. Great Job.

  • I always enjoy your guides, Allan. Yourself and Kraig Adams are my favorite Youtubers, so it was cool to see you do something similar.

    I noticed you opted for a quilt for your sleep system. What quilt do you have and how did you find it for this trip? Was it drafty at all? Thanks!

  • Wow, beautiful! Thank you for putting this out there. I’m curious, is this Trail part of a National Park or regional Park system?

  • u.k based.
    Passes near to my home town,have spent many nights camping and hiking there and the South Downs are a beautiful part of England.
    What a great idea to link up with Europe.
    would love to take time out and see your part of the World.