Fall Hikes at US National Parks 

From Yosemite Valley in California to Acadia National Park in Maine, take advantage of the crisp air and bright colors while exploring some of our country’s most beautiful natural landscapes.

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Yosemite Hikes in the Fall

Vernal Falls is a hiking trail that’s awesome in the fall. This is one of the only waterfalls in Yosemite that does not dry up by the time falls arrives.

Zion Hikes in the Fall

Observation Point is a strenuous hike that is 8 miles and climbs 2300 feet in elevation. On average it takes 4-6 hours to complete, but is well worth it! At the top, you will see Angels Landing, other Zion landmarks,and trees changing colors.

Arches National Park Fall Hikes

Hike the first mile of Devil’s Garden Trail to Landscape Arch, the largest arch in the park! It's an easy hike and great for kids!

Grand Teton Fall Hikes

It’s no surprise that Grand Teton National Park is on our list for the best fall hiking in the US. There is so much adventure at Grand Teton in the fall, and hiking is definitely one of them.

Acadia Fall Hikes

The most popular fall hike in the park is Cadillac North Ridge Trail. This is a 4.4-mile round trip hike that takes you up 1528 feet where you will see some of the most incredible views of the ocean and the forest.

Rocky Mountain Fall Hikes

There are so many hikes to choose from, but we are a fan of Cascade Falls this time of year. It is a 6.8 mile round trip hike that takes you into the forested country to the waterfall on the west side of the park.

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