While the summer crowds hibernate, you can cure your cabin fever. Here are the 11 best national park hikes to do during the cold-weather months.
1. Swamp Canyon Trail, Bryce National Park
The contrast of red rock, white snow, and blue sky leaves hikers speechless after an 800-foot climb to the Swamp Canyon overlook,” says Janice Stock, a Bryce Canyon NP spokesperson. Although not as dramatic as other viewpoints, swamp canyon is surrounded by fins and hoodoos that hikers can explore for peace and quiet. 4.3 miles; moderate.