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If you're heading to Glacier, Zion, Yellowstone, or Grand Teton, this site will help you choose the perfect hike to explore through the blogs and shop where you can pick up the day hiking maps that I create. Scroll down and explore through the national parks, the blog, and the shop to get the perfect day hiking maps for your next national park adventure!



Looking to spend a night or two in Glacier National Park's backcountry? Get outfitted with the right knowledge to secure a permit, discover your perfect trip, and get general advice on backpacking.

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Glacier National Park is a day hiker's paradise. From flower meadows, to alpine landscapes, there's plenty to explore. Click below to find the perfect hike to fill up your day.

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The tall, red walls of Zion National Park beg to be explored. The Virgin River snakes through this canyon where words like "temple" are used. Click below to find the perfect hikes to fill up your day.

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At the heart of Yellowstone National Park lies a volcano that influences every aspect of this diverse landscape. From Yellowstone Lake to the vast grasslands to the surrounding peaks, there are an abundant array hydrothermal features and wildlife. Trails lace through this wild country waiting for you to explore it. Click below to find the perfect hikes to fill up your day.

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Grand Teton







The sawtooth silhouette of the Tetons in Grand Teton National Park has to be one of the most iconic in all of the National Park System. Trails lace through these mountains and explore the lakes at the foot of them. They continue out into the vast Jackson Hole area. Click below to find the perfect hikes to fill up your day.


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Latest Posts...

Your Hiking Distances Are All Wrong (And So Are Mine)

Ever get done hiking and realize that the trail sign, your map, guidebook, and your GPS are all telling you different distances? Well you're not alone. There are a few things at play here. As I'm working on my new Yosemite map, I found myself staring at the screenshot below and thought it illustrate

A Few Of My Favorite (Hiking) Things

Every year I log hundreds of miles on the trail. Through those miles, some gear rises to the top that I end up absolutely loving. Here are a few of them... There are a lot of sites/bloggers out there who do extensive reviews of products. They'll list the "Top 10 day packs" and review them, looking a

Winter is not for hibernating

I'm often asked if winter is the slow time of year for me. I'm definitely not running around like I am in the spring (product distribution), summer, and fall (hiking). I am, however, busy editing blogs, making the actual topo maps, and writing trail descriptions. It kind of reminds me of seeing bird

Emma Matilda Lake Loop

For a nice, shorter hike in Grand Teton National Park, walk to Christian Pond, to the Oxbow Bend Overlook, then on to Lookout Rock which is a nice vantage of Emma Matilda Lake. For solitude, continue on and loop around the entire lake. While not as dramatic as other hikes in the Tetons, it still is

Taggart Lake & Bradley Lake

If you're looking for two beautiful lakes tucked beneath the mighty Tetons in Grand Teton National Park, then Taggart Lake and Bradley Lake might be right up your alley. As glaciers descended down the canyons, they left behind these two lakes and they both are stunning. Taggart Lake is an easy hike,

Christian Pond Loop

An ancient moraine near Jackson Lake Lodge in Grand Teton National Park created Christian Pond. You can hike the short distance to the Christian Pond overlook, passing great birding habitat along the way and turn around to come back for a shorter hike, or continue for a nice loop. Smokey skies dampe

Willow Flats

Willow Flats in Grand Teton National Park sits just below Jackson Lake Lodge. The hike follows the original access road through the flats, over an old bridge, past Colter Bay and up to Yellowstone. Now the road is a fairly quiet affair used by the park service, the concessionaires and the occasional

Lunch Tree Hill

The splendid view from the lawn of Jackson Lake Lodge in Grand Teton National Park looks across Willow Flats and Jackson Lake up to the stately Tetons. A short trail heads up Lunch Tree Hill to the north which only improves the view as you travel through the sagebrush. Jackson Lake Lodge has an incr

Jenny Lake Loop

While not the largest lake in Grand Teton National Park, Jenny Lake is the most loved. The walk around the lake makes it obvious why. This crystal clear lake is backdropped by the jagged Tetons, features a wonderful overlook, a waterfall, and a pond that is popular with moose. A perfect bluebird mor

South Fork Cascade Canyon to Hurricane Pass and Avalanche Divide

The trail that runs up the gorgeous South Fork Cascade Canyon in Grand Teton National Park leads you to a gorgeous basin with Schoolroom Glacier. From there, you have the choice of heading up to Hurricane Pass, passing the glacier, or up to Avalanche Divide with wonderful views down into Avalanche C

Hike 734 Give Back 2017

UPDATE! What a crazy, generous week! All in all, my amazing Hike 734 tribe (that's all of you!) exceeded anything that I could have dreamed for this little match promotion. All in all, you guys gave more than $12,185 dollars to the parks... BEFORE my match! Including my match, we've raised a total o

Flagg Canyon and Polecat Creek Loop

Various sections of the Snake River through Flagg Canyon in the John D. Rockefeller Memorial Parkway area are beautiful, but much of the rest parallels a busy road. The Polecat Creek Loop is primarily used by the horse concessionaires through a forest. With the exception of the Huckleberry Hot Sprin

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