Southern Utah parks are great too, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches. Yosemite has fantastic hiking, as does the Eastern Sierra (John Muir trail, etc). Not sure what exactly you're looking for, or where you are coming from, that info might help.
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I went to Havasupai Falls last spring and it was gorveous! I posted a few pics to the group. Don't do the tour guide thing, though. You can set it up on your own for WAY cheaper! If you decide to do it, feel free to hit me up for suggestions.
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I am planning a nice hiking getaway for next Spring. My boyfriend always goes to Platoro, CO and I want to surprise him with a trip that is a new destination! Any ideas on beautiful places? Need to start saving for the gas money to get there haha
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