August 25, 2020 / Fiona Mokry / The Discoverer Blog

9 U.S. Hiking Trails to Check out This Fall

Skyline Divide, Washington

Blooming fields of wildflowers at 5,900 feet framed against snow-capped mountains and an impossible blue sky make the Skyline Divide in the North Cascades worth the climb. And that’s not even the best part. Upon reaching the top of the trail, a 2.5-mile trek across a ridgeway at 6,000 feet takes hikers over rolling knolls and offers breathtaking views of the neighboring mountains. You won’t be disappointed.

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