Do you like to explore fascinating scenic paths? Or to discover your country’s history at the very places it unfolded? Here we have reunited the official signs for them all: the 11 scenic and the 19 historic national trails that you can find in the whole of the United States. From the shortest national trail with a length of just 54 miles (Selma to Montgomery Trail in Alabama) to the longest one across more than 5,600 miles and eight states (California Trail). Covering the whole country, including Alaska (Iditarod Trail) and Hawaii (Ala Kahakai Trail). History and natural beauty at your hands. Enjoy!


NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL SIGNS (11):
■ Appalachian Trail ■ Arizona Trail
■ Continental Divide Trail ■ Florida Trail
■ Ice Age Trail ■ Natchez Trace Trail
■ New England Trail ■ North Country Trail
■ Pacific Crest Trail ■ Pacific Northwest Trail
■ Potomac Heritage Trail

NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL SIGNS (19):
■ Ala Kahakai Trail ■ California Trail
■ Captain John Smith Chesapeake Trail ■ El Camino Real de los Tejas Trail
■ El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro Trail ■ Iditarod Trail
■ Juan Bautista de Anza Trail ■ Lewis and Clark Trail
■ Mormon Pioneer Trail ■ Nez Perce Trail
■ Old Spanish Trail ■ Oregon Trail
■ Overmountain Victory Trail ■ Pony Express Trail
■ Santa Fe Trail ■ Selma to Montgomery Trail
■ Star-Spangled Banner Trail ■ Trail of Tears Trail
■ Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Trail