Tag Archives: hiking trails


Hall of Mosses – Hoh Rainforest

Hiking Time: 45 minutes Total Distance: .8 miles Elevation gain: 100 ft Difficulty Level: Easy Weather Conditions: 47 degrees, cloudy with pockets of sun The Hoh Rainforest lies on the west side of the Olympic National Forest and is about a 2 hour drive from Port Angeles. Due to the frequent rain during the winter season, the rainforest is… Read More


Eaton Canyon Falls Trail

Hiking Time: 2 hours Total Distance: 3.5 miles Elevation gain: 375 ft Difficulty Level: Moderate Weather Conditions: 62 degrees with drizzle When you think of Los Angeles, hiking trails and nature may not be the first things that come to mind. Nestled in the San Gabriel Mountains, Eaton Canyon is a moderate hike that has both a scenic… Read More


Oneonta Trail – Horsetail Falls

Hiking Time: 1.5 hours Total Distance: 2.6 miles Elevation gain: 610 ft Difficulty Level: Easy Oregon is full of beautiful hiking trails that lead to waterfalls. Horsetail Falls is no exception. The trail is relatively easy with a couple of switchbacks. We were lucky that there weren’t many people during our hike since this place can get crowded… Read More


Red Rock Canyon – Calico Trail

Hiking Time: 1.5 to 3.5 Hours Total Distance: 2 – 6 miles Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, Red Rock Canyon is a sight not to be missed. This national conservation area has something for everyone including a scenic drive, hiking trails, and multiple scrambles. Belu and I were hoping to complete the Calico… Read More


Mt. Si Trail

Hiking Time: 5 – 6 hours Total Ascent: 4,167 ft Total Distance: 8 miles Difficulty Level: Hard There’s nothing better than an 8 mile hike to really get your blood moving! Nestled in North Bend, WA, the climb to Mt. Si is 4,167 ft (1,270 meters) and is about an 8 mile round trip journey… Read More