There are over 21,000 combined miles of trails for you to explore in the National Park Service. Whether you’re looking for rugged slopes or a flat, smooth boardwalk, our guide will help you find a national park trail for you.
Autumn has arrived with its colorful leaves and cooler temperatures. It is a great time to get on some trails and explore outside. Check out some options for fun, fall trails below.
Wild Basin Trailhead
Rocky Mountain National Park
The Wild Basin trailhead has several trail options to see beautiful views of Rocky Mountain's colorful aspens, creeks, and waterfalls.
Desert Discovery Nature Trail
Saguaro National Park
You can see and learn about the giant saguaro cacti along The Desert Discovery Nature Trail (1 of 2 accessible trails).
Rainbow Falls Trail
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The Rainbow Falls trail leads to an 80ft waterfall, beautiful in every season. Continue past the falls to visit the summit of Mt. LeConte.
Last updated: March 2, 2023