Regional Links

Regional Websites For Hikers And Backpackers: These commercial and non-commercial websites are focused on a specific region in either the U.S. or Canada. – The Northeast Guide to Mountain Adventure -A resource for New England and Northeast skiing and hiking; online lodging reservations for inns, bed & breakfasts, and hotels throughout New England and the Northeast; an extensive online outdoor gear store; and a popular message forum.

Bill’s Backpacking Page – Hikes and wisdom from the Ozarks and the surrounding area (in Arkansas and beyond.)

BackpackCamp – Hiking and backpacking in Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana and Illinois.

Colorado Hikes – Numerous Colorado hikes with directions, descriptions, geology,GPS coordinates, maps and photographs.

The Colorado Hiker – a guide to the best hikes in Colorado with directions, descriptions, maps and photographs.

Cool Trails – Trip reports from hikes in the Pacific Northwest.

Connecticut Explorer’s Guide – A comprehensive outdoor adventure resource featuring free online maps and guides.

Dry Tortugas Info – Visit Fort Jefferson Dry Tortugas National Park, 100% Lowest Price Dry Tortugas Ferry Guarantee! Snorkel, Food, Drinks, Sun, & Get
10% off Dry Tortugas Charter.

Georgia Hikes – Photos, maps, trail database, forums for Georgia hikes.

Foot Trails – A very interactive website with articles, gear, guides, discussion boards etc. that is focused in the Southeast.

Hiking Northwest – A hiking and backpacking website focused on the Northwestern U.S.

Hiking With My Brother – Hikes in the mountains near Seattle, Washington. – This site is dedicated to bringing you free reviews of nature trails in northeast Ohio.

Northwest Hiker – Information and lots of photos for hikes in the Northwestern U.S.

SouthernHiker – Hiking, biking, camping, and other outdoor activities in the Southern United States.

StayBreckenridge – For 8 years, we have been the leading provider of Breckenridge lodging and hotels. We offer a directory for a complete list of hotels in Breckenridge.

UncleJohnny’ – Hikers, Boaters, Rafters, Fishing Enthusiasts, Race Fans, Mountain Bikers, and Hostel Travelers, all enjoy the lodging and services at Uncle Johnny’s. Open Year Round, ourcozy little oasis is located only 68 feet from the Appalachian Trail and 70 feet from the scenic free-flowing Nolichucky River and practically in the enchanting town of Erwin,Tennessee.


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