Kentucky's Top 5 Hiking Spots: Trails that Enrich the Bluegrass State
Kentucky is a refuge for outdoor enthusiasts and is well renowned for its horse racing, rolling hills, and bourbon. The state provides a range of hiking routes that benefit local communities and environmental conservation initiatives in addition to offering a chance to escape into nature. The top five hiking locations in Kentucky are listed below.
Trails that Benefit the Community: Burlington, North Carolina's Top 5 Hiking Spots
The city of Burlington, North Carolina, is renowned for its illustrious textile past and active local culture. It also has some wonderful hiking trails that give locals and visitors a chance to get close to nature. In addition to offering a beautiful respite, these paths benefit the neighborhood. The best five hiking locations in Burlington are listed below.
Top 5 Hiking Locations in Utica, New York: A Natural Advance for the Community
The rich history and multicultural diversity of Utica, New York, are frequently praised. However, the city and its surroundings also offer a variety of hiking destinations that have a good impact on the neighborhood while also offering a chance to escape into nature. The top five hiking locations in and around Utica are listed below for your consideration.
Exploring Mount Rainier National Park
Standing at 14,410 feet tall, Mount Rainier is the tallest peak in the lower 48 states. It’s is beautiful to see — especially on a clear day. Below I will discuss what to do at Mount Rainier National park to make sure you experience it to the fullest.
This New-ish State Park in Maryland is Considered a must Visit State Park in America
If you're eager for a fresh outdoor adventure in Maryland, you might want to consider a trip to one of our new state parks. The journey to becoming a state park can be quite lengthy, but Maryland is taking steps to protect more of its natural beauty. Discoverer recently published this information.
This Natural, Free-Falling Waterfall is the Highest Waterfall in Maryland
In Maryland, there are amazing places to visit and have fun, but the most special ones are in nature. Families who love hiking and being in the great outdoors can find a lot to enjoy. From big beaches to wide grassy fields, twisting lakes, and incredible waterfalls, there's so much natural beauty to explore.
Hiking and Fly Fishing the Marine View Park Trail Washington
For several years I lived in a house in Normady Park and I used to do this hike to fly fish the beaches in Des Moines. Marine View Park was close to my house and I spent a lot of time exploring it and the beach. This is a four mile hike round trip from the parking lot about 1200 feet above the beach. Much of it is actually paved road, so you don't have to worry about any difficult trail conditions. From the parking lot though, on the backside there is a dirt path that runs along the edge of the ravine that will get you about half way down to the beach. This is a nice little side trail to take if you want to walk through the woods for a short distance on the way down to the beach. In the summer time there are black berries and huckle berries to munch on during your hike if you want to. If you decide to take the path through the woods mind the nettles in the summer time that can sometimes grow across the path. Also, mosquitoes can be a problem sometimes too.
Hovering Heroes: How a Helicopter Changed a Hiker's Fate on Mount Katahdin
In the midst of Maine's vast wilderness, a perilous accident struck an enthusiastic hiker as she made her way through the challenging Knife Edge Trail on Mt. Katahdin. With parts of the trail narrowing down to a mere four feet and the harrowing 2,000-foot drops on both sides, even seasoned hikers tread with caution.
Cave exploring under Two Guns, Arizona
Cave exploring under remote Two Guns, Arizona
Hiking down the Palos Verdes cliffs
Beautiful views as we hike down Flat Rock Point trail of Palos Verdes, California
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Hiking and Fly Fishing the Des Moines Creek Trail Washington
Long ago when my knees, ankles, and the rest of my body were in much better shape than they are now I used to jog along the Des Moines Creek Trail to the Water Treatment Plant and back, about three miles or so two or three times a week. When the weather was good in the mornings I often had the entire trail to myself. Occasionally a plane landing at Sea Tac Airport would fly over and shatter the sounds of the birds singing in the trees and the gentle rumble of Des Moines Creek, but otherwise it was almost always a very peaceful place for a short jog.
Oregon's PRIDE ROCK?! Hiking Hanging Rock, a remote Oregon wonder!
Hanging Rock, in remote southwestern Oregon, is a breathtaking monument of nature: a giant cliff with a ledge hanging over miles of mountain conifer forests. Come join me on a hike of this incredible wonder, and see its riches like never before!
Guide to Hiking the Lost Valley Trail | BEST hike in Arkansas?? Buffalo National River
In this video, we’ll show you how to hike the Lost Valley Trail, one of the most popular trails in Arkansas. Located in Buffalo National River. You’ll see the stunning views of the Ozark Mountains, the impressive Cob Cave and Eden Falls, and the mysterious natural bridge. The Lost Valley Trail is a 2.4-mile round trip hike that is suitable for all skill levels. It’s a great hike for families, couples, or solo adventurers. You can do it in any season, but spring and fall are especially beautiful. (We did it in Winter!) If you’re ready to explore the Lost Valley Trail, watch this video and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel for more hiking videos. Also, leave a comment below and let me know what you think of this trail.
Fairbank Wild West townsite: Scenic place for history, hiking, horseback riding, and birding
The Arizona Weatherman, when not writing weather articles, will get out and check out unique sites, mountain bike, and hike. This historic Fairbank townsite was a fun time to get outside and enjoy the weather and scenery. This riparian area has a lot of wildlife to see. The author saw a lot of birds, reptiles, kangaroo mice, and a rattlesnake on the trail to the south of the town. Mountain biking can be a little difficult due to the sandy trails, and there is little shade on these trails. However, the greenery was a nice change rather than the typical desert brown terrain in Southern Arizona.
Backpacking In Clifty Falls?
Can you backpack in Indiana State Parks? I know of one that actually has backcountry facilities but we use the other State Parks as training grounds for future trips. Come check out Clifty Falls with us!
Fall Makes its Masterpiece: 20 Breathtaking Midwest Foliage Hikes
As summer's green canvas fades, autumn’s paintbrush strokes the Midwest landscape with dazzling color. There's no better way to immerse in nature's seasonal splendor than hitting the trails. Lace up your boots and venture out to discover the region's finest foliage hikesnthis crisp season.
Fall Foliage Adventure: 20 Spectacular Southeastern Hikes for Families
When autumn arrives, there’s no better place to take in the dazzling colors than the forests and trails of the Southeastern USA. From the soaring Appalachian peaks cloaked in crimson to cypress swamps glowing golden, the region abounds with unforgettable foliage vistas.