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The Most Beautiful Destinations in the USA for a Motorhome & Hiking Holiday

Already explored all the hiking trails in Europe? Then a hiking holiday through the USA is just the thing for you! Here are 8 tips for the most beautiful hiking routes on the West Coast.

Your Hiking Holiday in the USA

Of course, Alaska, the East Coast and the vast Rocky Mountain area have countless hiking routes to offer. But the hiking trails of the West Coast from wild national parks, picturesque coasts and gentle peaks belong at the top of the bucket list for upcoming hiking holidays in America. Here you can walk among the world’s tallest trees, swim beneath majestic waterfalls, soak up the sun in the desert landscape, and climb through rocky gorges sculpted by the power of water.

8 Travel Tips for Your Hiking Holiday on the West Coast of the USA

1. Mount Constitution Loop

Located on the heavily forested San Juan Islands, Orca Island’s Mount Constitution is the highest point in the area. From the summit, you have a 360° view of the entire surrounding lake region.

2. James Irvine and Miners Ridge Trails

The trail in Redwoods State Park passes a redwood-covered ridge and an expanse of pristine beach before reaching a lush green valley.

3. Ewoldsen Trail

The trail first follows a river through one of the many valleys of the Great Redwood Forest. The second part of the trail overlooks the ocean and the Californian coast.

4. Weaver’s Needle

Weaver’s Needle takes you to some almost surreal views over the Arizona landscape. Finally, at the summit, you have a view of the famous Weaver’s Needle, the volcanic remains of an ancient volcano.

5. Dry Creek Falls

This family-friendly hike ends at afive step-like waterfalls with a total height of 70 metres. Just getting there through the lush green vegetation is a real experience.

6. Glacier Point

The hike is short, but packed with plenty of visual highlights. You’ll discover Yosemite Valley, Yosemite Falls, Half Dome and the imposing peaks that surround it.

7. Triangulation Peak and Boca Cave

The view of Mt. Jefferson at the summit is the highlight of this hike. After the peak, you can explore Boca Cave if you are prepared to take on some somewhat challenging diversions. It’s worth it!

8. Bear Canyon to Seven Falls

This hike starts relatively flat but then climbs through a valley with a stream running down the middle. At the top, you can swim in pools formed by the waterfalls.

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