Best Hike


Blogger Rick’s aim is to share his extensive catalogue of hikes of varying lengths and difficulties around the world. Most of the recommended hikes are challenging, multi-day adventures, but they also suggest one-day hikes. The site is a work in progress, and they are constantly updating their hike list and accepting user submissions.

wristwatch camera drone
by Rick Mc almost 2 years ago
Zion National Park, Utah
by Rick Mc almost 2 years ago

Appalachia and Beyond


Robin and Tim are a couple in Tennessee who blog about their outdoor excursions and their efforts to turn their homestead into a farm. Their blog provides a list of parks for hiking in the East Tennessee area, and a section where they give more detail about visiting the parks, including historical information. They also highlight their favorite destinations, which include hikes and walks as well as fun road-side attractions.

Keep Your Dog Safe This Christmas: Learn How to Protect Your Dog From Top Holiday Hazards
by Tim Bird about 2 years ago
Things to Do On a Long Walk
by Tim Bird about 2 years ago

Backpacking in Britain


Over 170 routes for backpacking in England, Scotland, and Wales can be found at this blog, run by a few retired Brits with a good amount of mountain experience and knowledge. In particular they focus on giving information on lesser-known backpacking spots, for the more adventurous outdoors folk who seek something unexplored.

Baz's Backpacking Blog


Blogger Baz reports on backpacking, hiking, climbing, and other outdoor activities in Britain. Excellent, detailed gear recommendations, complemented by photos, can be found here. This blog has a list of great week-long backpacking trips in the United Kingdom.

marks and sparks gluten free mini pork pies
by baz carter over 2 years ago
merino buff – thermal
by baz carter over 2 years ago

Two-Heel Drive


Long-term passionate hiker and blogger Tom Mangan keeps this site constantly updated with a weekly hike write-up which includes pictures, a description, and a link to GPS tracks. He also posts hiking-related links specific to the North Carolina mountain region and general commentary.