City pages tend to be more general than hike pages, but providing more specific details will give readers a better idea of whether this is a place they want to visit. These pages will tell you where the area is, what it's known for, and what kinds of things you could expect to see on a hike here.
First, read the General Guidelines for writing descriptions. Then, check out the tips below to decide what to include in each segment.
Give the reader a short description of what makes this city great for hiking. Include:
- Activities/sports the area is known for
- What the scenery's like
- One or two specifics about the biggest draws of the place
- Avoid writing about non-hiking related tourism, like local restaurants or urban sightseeing.
Photos and other page features
You can use the red flag button under the feature photos to let us know about any information you feel needs change on the page. This is a great option to let us know if, for example, there is an inappropriate or inaccurate photo.