When it comes to the best and the worst trails in the world, there are many different ways to travel along the Pacific Crest Trail.
From the best hiking and biking trails to the worst, this article looks at what makes a trail so popular or bad.
The good trail is the one that offers an adventure of some sort.
It’s the trail that brings you into a new place and the one you’re looking forward to exploring.
The bad trail is when you’ve already explored the area and it’s just not for you.
There are many factors that go into whether a trail is good or bad, but if you’re searching for the best trail in the Pacific Northwest, we think you’ll be satisfied with this list of 10 trails that offer a new experience every time you cross the finish line.1.
The North Fork Trail on the Pacific Coast2.
the North Fork trail on the Western Front3.
the West Fork Trail in British Columbia4.
the Pacific Trails in Washington, D.C.5.
the Western Rim Trail in Oregon6.
the Trail at Lake Tahoe in Nevada7.
the Sequoia-Kings Canyon Trail in California8.
the Big Bear Trail in Idaho9.
the Redwoods Trail in Utah10.
the Cascade-Siskiyou-Cascade Trail in Washington11.
the Rim Trail on Colorado Mountain in Colorado12.
the Hetch Hetchy Trail in Yosemite Valley13.
the White River Trail in Wyoming14.
the South Fork Trail along the Oregon Coast15.
the Old Faithful Trail in Montana16.
the Colorado River Trail along New Mexico’s border17.
the Northern California Trail along Southern California18.
the Biltmore Trail in the Sierra Nevada19.
the Sierra-Sierras Trail in Colorado20.
the Oregon Trail on British Columbia’s border21.
the Southern Oregon Trail22.
the California Crest Trail on California’s border23.
the Rocky Mountains Trail in Nevada24.
the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Trail on San Joaquin’s border25.
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Trail in San Francisco26.
the Sierras National Forest Trail in Northern Nevada27.
the San Francisco Peaks Trail in Southern California28.
the Mount Whitney Trail in New Mexico29.
the Puyallup Trail in Puget Sound30.
the Santa Rosa Trail in Central California31.
Tamalpais Trail in South Dakota32.
the Grand Canyon Trail on Arizona’s border33.
the Golden Gate Bridge Trail in Sacramento34.
the Yosemite Valley Trail on Yosemite Valley35.
the Whistler-Tucson Trail in Arizona36.
the Gold Country Trail in North Carolina37.
the Longview Trail in Texas38.
the National Scenic Trail in Massachusetts39.
the Columbia River Trail across the Pacific40.
the Cascades Trail in Alaska41.
the Salmon River Trail at the mouth of the Columbia river42.
the Great Salt Lake Trail in Salt Lake City43.
the Glacier National Park Trail in Glacier, Montana44.
the Appalachian Trail in Maine45.
the Death Valley Trail in Death Valley, Arizona46.
the Utah-Colorado Trail in Denver47.
the Idaho Trail in Boise, Idaho48.
the Cannon Ball Trail in Georgia49.
the Green River Trail, the Columbia Trail, and the Cascade Trail in Columbia, Washington50.
the Snake River Trail and the Yellowstone River Trail from Yellowstone National Park51.
the Blue Ridge Parkway Trail in Pennsylvania52.
the Continental Divide Trail in Virginia53.
the Sand Hills Trail in Tennessee54.
the Blackfeet Trail in Arkansas55.
the Upper Columbia Trail in Kansas56.
the Montana Trail in Nebraska57.
the Trinity Alps Trail in Canada58.
the New York City Subway in New York59.
the Washington and Oregon Trail60.
the American Canyon Trail61.
the Stairway to Heaven in Utah62.
the Canyon Trail through the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado63.
the El Capitan Trail in Los Angeles64.
the Ocotillo Trail in Orange County65.
the La Mesa Trail in Riverside, California66.
the Kings Canyon Trail from Grand Canyon, California67.
the Chico Canyon Trail at San Diego, California68.
the Thousand Oaks Trail in Tempe, Arizona69.
the Half Dome Trail in Portland, Oregon70.
the High Sierra Trail in Sierra Nevada71.
the Klamath Trail in Klamathan, Oregon72.
the Crest Trail in Montrose, Utah73.
the Twin Cities Trail in Minneapolis, Minnesota74.
the Teton Loop in New Hampshire75.
the Yurok Trail in Humboldt, California76.
the Hood Canal Trail in Seattle, Washington77.
the Coastal Trail in Long Beach, California78.
the Lost Coast Trail in Vancouver, British Columbia79.
the Gila River Trail near Mexico City, Mexico80.
the Central Coast Trail near San Diego81.
the East Bay Trail near Berkeley, California82.
the Lake Tahquamen Trail near Las Vegas, Nevada83. the