The Devils Garden Trail traverses one of the most spectacular sections of Arches National Park, to the Dark Angel rock formation at the end. Along the trail are eight arches, including Landscape Arch – the longest natural arch in America.
The short Mount Etna Caves Walk finishes at the Bat Cleft, where over 100,000 little bent-winged bats stream out in search of food at sunset. It must be done as a ranger-guided tour from December to mid-February.
An off-track route in Wollemi National Park from the Long Ridge Trail. The loop explores some remote gullies as it follows the base of three cliff-lines.
Two separate, paved bushwalking trails (which start at same place) take you to the rocky Pebble Beach and two viewpoints on Double Head. An informal track goes to the summit of the wee Pebble Beach Peak for more great views,
A loop bushwalk which passes The Lookout and traverses Mount Wyndham, before returning via the Leeke Homestead. Some of the best Great Keppel Island views and a glimpse into the island’s brutal history.
Zion Narrows is a spectacular hike up the Virgin River from the Temple of Sinawava. For most of the hike you’re wading in the river below the towering walls of the Zion Canyon. (It can also be done as a longer one-way trip down the river, which requires a permit.)
Considered one of the most iconic hikes in Zion, Angels Landing involves a steep climp up to the end of a narrow ridge, which has a sheer drop on both sides. A permit system has been in place from April 2022 to manage numbers and improve safety.
Stunning Grand Canyon views from the Transept Trail and Bright Angel Point Trail on a 5 mile / 8.2km return hike from the North Kaibab trailhead on the North Rim.