Mountain West

Arizona Trail (AZT)

Hike, horseback ride, mountain bike or even snowshoe on the Arizona Trail from Mexico to the Arizona-Utah border. Established in 2009, this 800-mile trail is open to plenty of adventure. Read More...

Pacific Northwest Trail (PNT)

Passing through three national parks and seven national forests, the Pacific Northwest Trail spans 1,200 miles. Designated by Congress in 2009, it’s one of the newest national scenic trails. Read More...

Continental Divide Trail (CDT)

Travel 3,100 miles along the Continental Divide all the way from the Mexico–New Mexico border to Glacier National Park at the Canadian border. Every year thousands visit the trail to day hike, horseback ride and enjoy the landscapes of the Rocky Mountains. Read More...
Two friends trail running

6 New Trails You Need to Run

Tired of running the same old trails? Start a list of destination trail-running locales—including newly built trails around the country and classic favorites—that you’ll visit one day, sooner or later. Read More...
Colorado National Monument

Your Guide to Visiting Colorado National Monument

Located high on the greater Colorado Plateau, Colorado National Monument features steep red rock canyons, towering monoliths and endless pinyon-juniper woodlands. The monument offers visitors a chance to explore the landscape in all sorts of ways, from camping and backpacking, to hiking, biking and rock climbing. Read More...