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Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center Offers Free Hikes, Tree Identification Events – Duluth News Tribune

Identification of winter trees: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 19, Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center, 7328 Boulder Dam Road, Duluth. Join Boulder Lake staff for a hike to learn how to identify some regional trees in winter. Will bring back samples to investigate. Family event. Free, but donation suggested. Registration required; visit https://bit.ly/3MTiYoD. Winter […]

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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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Hike, Bird Festival, Indiana Dunes and More

A series of events this spring will hone your bird identification skills – no matter what you already know or don’t know – because spring migration has already begun. You can also volunteer to grow seedlings of native plants for two nature reserves. Or join a race through Indiana Dunes State Park. Here are snippets […]

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Connecticut’s Scariest Hike Is at Gay City State Park

Posted in Connecticut Claim March 07, 2022 by Lisa Sammons Connecticut’s scenic trails are great. There is nothing quite like the joy of exploring the wilderness of Nutmeg State. Stumbling upon a hidden waterfall or beautiful fall foliage is an experience like no other. But if you start to feel […]

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Spring Hike Series Planned at Brownstown Forestry

A wooded area near the Jackson-Washington State Forest in Brownstown is shown. Grandstand archive photo Spring is less than two weeks away and opportunities to explore the outdoor beauty of Jackson County and other Indiana counties are beginning to take shape. The Healthy Jackson County Physical Activity Task Force is once again collaborating with the […]

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Hike with goats in Pennsylvania for an adventure like no other

Expect the unexpected. This would probably be a very good motto for backpacking. After all, we never know what surprises – waterfalls, caves or local wildlife – await us around every corner. If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind hike loaded with memorable moments, you’ve just found it. Hike with goats […]

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Want to hike the upper hiking trail, but don’t think you have the time? There’s a webinar for that – Duluth News Tribune

Snowmobile Safety Day: 9 a.m.-noon February 20, Marcell Town Hall, Town Hall Road, Marcell. Must be at least 11 years old prior to start date and have completed the online course. To register or for any questions, contact Sandy Wass at [email protected] or call 218-341-8522. 55 and over Snowshoeing: 10-11 a.m. Feb. 22, 7215 Waseca […]

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Hike for a good cause

By CRAIG HIGGINS & BOBBIE GREEN Progress Hiker Zoe Albright celebrates along the trail as she runs the 25-mile Make-A-Wish Trailblaze Challenge on Saturday in the Valley of Fire area. PHOTO COURTESY OF TRIPLE DARE RUNNING COMPANY A light cold breeze wafted through the early morning air on Saturday, Feb. 5, just before the start […]

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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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“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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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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What to know before hitting the trails

The annual summer solstice celebration atop Flattop Mountain in Anchorage, Alaska. Flattop is the most climbed peak in Alaska. June 20, 2012. Hikers are spoiled for choice in Alaska. From quick jaunts near urban centers to multi-day treks, the trail options abound. While some hikes require special gear, like crampons for a glacier hike or […]

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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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A Beginner’s Guide to Backpacking in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio

HENDERSON, Ky. “Remember when the Winter Warlock was trying to learn to walk? He sang, “Put one foot in front of the other, and soon you’ll walk through the door.” Well, this song also applies to hiking; It’s so easy. Lisa Hoffman, a naturalist at John James Audubon State Park, is an avid hiker both […]

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Get out of town with New York’s best hiking clubs

When a hiking group called the Sundance Outdoor Adventure Society was founded in 1980, the world was a much less tolerant place for members of the LGBT community. If you wanted to meet other homosexuals, you sometimes had to go to bars. But it got old after a while, not to mention unhealthy. And the […]