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Old Mar 8, 17, 6:29 pm
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Best Hyatts for hiking

My wife and I like to hike 5-10 miles a day moderate hiking just to stay in shape. Love to get opinions on where to go. Great views with photo spots a plus
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My wife and I like to hike 5-10 miles a day moderate hiking just to stay in shape. Love to get opinions on where to go. Great views with photo spots a plus
Hyatt Carmel Highlands has lots of fantastic hiking trails within ~20 miles:

Point Lobos is a flat but very interesting hike. See here:

https://www.alltrails.com/parks/us/c...atural-reserve

Soberanes Canyon to Rocky Ridge loop is a fantastic medium-difficulty hike with gorgeous views, unusual Redwoods, and nice elevation changes of around 1800 ft up and down within 4.7 miles. See here:

https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/c...s-canyon-trail

This is a slippery trail, so hiking boots only.

There are lots of other killer (as in nice views) trails in this area, and some 20 mile turn hikes if you are in the mood.

The property is fantastic, especially if you have DSUs to upgrade to "Townhouse Suites".

Good Luck!

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I'd second the Carmel Hyatt. Doing some backpacking this weekend out there. Tons of hiking all over the place. Make sure to check the fire impacts around big sur.
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PH Beaver Creek in the summer.
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I recommend any NYC Manhattan Hyatt. I typically walk 5 miles + after work. Lots of things to see and walking through Central Park is always a treat. And hiking across the Brooklyn bridge to the new Brooklyn pier is always fun with great picture taking opportunities.
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