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Upcoming OC Parks Hiking Events at Rancho Santa Margarita

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CA – It’s no secret that Orange County is home to a number of beautiful parks, beaches and trails for residents to enjoy. In February, OC Parks offers a myriad of events designed to immerse residents in the natural beauty that Orange County has to offer. From organized nature reserve hikes to […]

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Upcoming OC Parks Hiking Events Coming to San Clemente

SAN CLEMENTE, CA – It’s no secret that Orange County is home to a number of beautiful parks, beaches and trails for residents to enjoy. In February, OC Parks offers a myriad of events designed to immerse residents in the natural beauty that Orange County has to offer. From organized nature reserve hikes to nighttime […]

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Upcoming OC Parks Hiking Events in San Juan Capistrano

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA – It’s no secret that Orange County is home to a number of beautiful parks, beaches and trails for residents to enjoy. In February, OC Parks offers a myriad of events designed to immerse residents in the natural beauty that Orange County has to offer. From organized nature reserve hikes to […]

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The 11 Weirdest Hudson Valley Things Found While Hiking

When local Hudson Valley residents go hiking and find strange things, they usually take a picture and I’m glad they share it with us. Here are 9 of the weirdest photos we’ve seen. We live in the Hudson Valley and have a reputation as the UFO capital of the East Coast. It may be possible. […]

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Skyfest, Snow Canyon Hike

Skyfest is back, with the popular hot air balloon festival headlining a busy week of events scheduled for St. George and the surrounding area over the next week. A cold front had daytime temperatures dip into the 40s on Tuesday, but the sun in St. George remained warmer than the rest of Utah and the […]

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Mebane Trail Rangers form to encourage use of Mebane’s hiking trails | News

Mebane Trail Rangers, a new group created to champion and raise awareness of the various hiking trails in Mebane, will hold their first public meeting at the Mebane Arts and Community Center on Thursday February 3 at 6:30 p.m. to gather feedback from the community. about ways to improve the city’s pathways. Mebane has four […]

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Celebrate Black History Month with free outdoor cycling, hiking and archery in Suffolk

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Celebrate Black History Month outdoors with free gatherings courtesy of Suffolk Parks & Recreation. Titled ‘Black Joy in the Outdoors’, Suffolk town officials aim to bring community members together with a range of outdoor activities including cycling, hiking and archery. These activities include: “We’re Rollin’ Bike Ride” Saturday February 12, from […]

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“Move Across 2 Ranges” hiking challenge is looking for volunteers

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – There’s an event in the Oro and Marana Valley that will inspire people to get outdoors and build community. It’s called the MOVE Across 2 Ranges hiking challenge where hikers have to cover a maximum of 21 miles. Around 6 a.m. on February 26, hikers will hike the Tortolita Mountain trails […]

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Northwest Exposures: The Best Hiking Photos of 2021

By Erika Haugen-Goodman / Washington Trail Association The WTA North West Exhibition Photo Contest is a special thing. Year after year, it shows just how amazing Washington’s hiking community is across the state. Thousands of photos are captured depicting mountain peaks, rivers, insects, urban trails and everything in between. Each unique hike and photo experience […]

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Hike Bob: Study Shows Hikers Use Most SAR Resources, But Contribute Very Little | Hike bob

A study conducted by Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) found that 92% of Coloradans recreate outdoors and 62% recreate in parks, open spaces and on trails at least once a week. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that Colorado’s backcountry search and rescue (BSAR) providers are busy. In fact, BSAR teams […]

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Kansas City Council approves $450,000 to fight KCPD minimum funding hike | KCUR 89.3

The Kansas City Council approved spending $450,000 on legal services to fight a state bill that would increase minimum funding for the Kansas City Police Department. The ordinance passed 9-4, with council members Teresa Loar, Heather Hall, Dan Fowler and Brandon Ellington voting no. The money would come from an unrestricted portion of the city’s […]

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Key Drivers of Global Hiking Boots Market 2021

With the Global Hiking Boots Market from 2021 to 2027 structure, MarketsandResearch.biz provides an outstanding and appropriate study with a broad perspective on market share, related metrics, various vertical characteristics, and another significant. A variety of analyzes have been used to offer an in-depth assessment of the international hiking boots market. The survey examines all […]

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Policy briefing: Bank of Canada puts interest rate hike on hold

Hello, The Bank of Canada suspended interest rate hikes on Wednesday, but said the economy was now operating at full capacity, anticipating a rate hike for the bank’s next meeting in March. Policymakers voted to keep the central bank’s key interest rate at 0.25%, where it has been since the early days of the pandemic. […]

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Walking event highlights history of Westborough State Hospital

Historian and long-time Westborough resident Kris Allen holds a historic photo of Westborough State Hospital during a presentation to hikers before a guided walk through the hospital property. (Photo/Laura Hayes) WESTBOROUGH — About 40 people gathered on the shores of frozen Chauncy Lake on Sunday to explore the trails surrounding the old Westborough State Hospital. […]

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Why heavy snow could make hiking in the PCT more difficult this year

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Hike with History at Crown Point | Local News

CROWN Point – On a gray and humid New Year’s Day, with temperatures around freezing point, history buffs and outdoor adventurers joined in a first day hike around the Crown Point State Historic Site. Crown Point Fort. Although they had a sense of winter weather, unlike soldiers and settlers in the 18th century, today’s hikers […]

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Skating at Harbourfront, hiking in the GTA: 5 winter activities

“I’m not crazy about cold weather, but I do appreciate that we have snow, which can be quite magical,” says Jessica Lam of the popular blog Diary of a Toronto Girl. “Even with the cold, there are still plenty of ways to make the most of winter and tons of fun things to do in […]