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Hiking in Rockland and Bergen Counties

Go on an amazing nature adventure with your family on these nearby hiking trails By Serena Norr March 10, 2022 Receive family activities not to be missed! Living in Bergen and Rockland counties, we are so lucky to have access to so many amazing trails and hikes. With the weather improving a bit, we’re excited […]

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This Ontario hiking trail has a giant suspension bridge and hidden blue water beaches

If you’re up for an epic Ontario adventure this spring, this national park is full of stunning blue waters, rugged tree-filled shorelines and a suspension bridge over a rushing waterfall. You can spend the day hiking, sweating and cooling off in clear blue water you won’t believe in Ontario. The White River Suspension Bridge is […]

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Swollen fingers while hiking? Here’s how to fix it

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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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Here’s your chance to explore the St. Marks area and support Florida’s hiking trails

The Florida Trail Association is planning its 13th IDIDAHIKE event on February 26-27, 2022 The Florida Trail Association (FTA) is planning its 13th IDIDAHIKE event on February 26-27, 2022. The Apalachee Chapter of the FTA is hosting this event to be held in the historic community of St. Marks. The IDIDAHIKE is an annual outdoor […]

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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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Even after the COVID hiking boom, Bay Area parks still have a strong pull

During the pandemic lockdown, people tired of sequestering on the couch, at the kitchen table or in the home office flocked to the Bay Area hiking trails, eager to exercise, fresh air and a view of something other than the familiar four walls and Netflix. The Bay Area’s wealth of local, regional, state and national […]

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Get some fresh air on these walking trails in the Athens area

One of the best things about living in Athens is the easy access to tons of nature and hiking trails. There are plenty of parks within 20 minutes where you can have fun and get some fresh air. The fall season is one of the best times of year to hike. With the changing leaves […]

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Grandfather Mountain Staff Expect Increase in Hikers This Fall and Share Hiking Tips | Sports

The call of nature has been loud and clear during the pandemic, with many people looking for a way to escape, get outside, and connect more with loved ones and nature. This trend is evident with Grandfather Mountain seeing record attendance over the past two years. With more visitors, the park has also seen a […]

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New Mexico hiking tips for hitting the trails this summer

Summer vacation season has arrived and for many that means hiking a trail at White Sands State Park or Lincoln National Forest. Both locations offer trails of varying degrees of difficulty. While a trip on U.S. Highway 82 can do sunburned Alamogordo residents and tourists alike, before hiking in Lincoln National Forest, it’s recommended that […]

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Beginner hiking tips to get you ready to hit the trails

Oith the arrival of autumn, we are settling into the ideal season for hiking. Not only are you enjoying the fresh air and changing leaves, but you’re also getting some exercise. With the pandemic limiting the number of activities we can do, interest in hiking is skyrocketing – Google searches for open hiking trails have […]

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Plan, Pack, Take a Break: Grand Canyon Hiking Tips

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Arizona – Nearly 5 million people visit Grand Canyon National Park each year, but many don’t descend far below its limestone rim. Even less the head to the bottom. Why? The simple answer is: it is difficult. The hike to the banks of the chalky green Colorado River, and especially the […]