Pine Mountain State Resort Park | Pineville, Kentucky | Visitors Guide | Lodge Room Tour Waterfall
In this video we visit the beautiful Pine Mountain State Resort Park in Pineville, Kentucky. This is Kentucky's 1st state park established in 1924. We give you a quick tour of this park plus insight on all the things you can do here! We stayed at the park’s lodge, which has cozy rooms, a restaurant, a gift shop, and a stunning view of the mountains. (See our room tour). We also enjoyed some of the park’s amenities like hiking 2 trails (Honeymoon Falls and Chained Rock). We had a lot of fun exploring the park and admiring the nature and wildlife. We hope you enjoy watching our video and get inspired to visit Pine Mountain State Resort Park yourself. It’s a great place to relax, have fun, and experience the beauty of Kentucky. If you liked this video, please give it a thumbs up, leave a comment, and subscribe to our channel for more travel vlogs. Thank you for watching!
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Asking Help to Identify Arsonist! Tennessee Wildfire
Great Smoky Mountain National Park officials are asking for help from the public to help identify the suspects of the suspected arson fire that occured on Rich Mountain this week.
The Life of a Black Bear Documentary
This is the Life of a Black Bear. Music Fractal of Light by Chris Haugen Filmed in the Cohutta Wilderness of Georgia
Cleaner Snow: A Crucial Solution for Climate Change and Water Supply, Says Scientist
This post includes content written by AI. Not all mountain snowpack is created equal when it comes to a slow melt. Northwest scientists have discovered that reducing greenhouse gas pollution could lead to cleaner snow, allowing it to linger in the mountains for a longer duration, as indicated by a study published in Nature Communications.
How To Tell Red-Shouldered Hawks and Red-Tailed Hawks Apart!
Here are a few ways that you can tell these two species apart!
Fall Leaf Peak Update! Elevation 2,850 Feet at Fort Mountain State Park
This is the beautiful Fall colors of Fort Mountain State Park. Music, Country Fried by Josh Kirsch
Fall Leaf Peak Update!
This is the leaf peak update for the last week of October. All the photos that are included in this article were taken on October 27th, 2023. It's officially starting to feel like Fall ya'll! I went to Fort Mountain State Park in Chatsworth, Georgia located in the North Georgia mountains yesterday and took these photos that you see below.
The Christmas Train
The Christmas Train at Tweetsie Railroad... Are you looking for a way to make this holiday season extra special? Are you looking for family friendly fun? Look no further than the Christmas Train at Tweetsie Railroad in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. This enchanting attraction offers a 20-minute nighttime train ride through a winter wonderland, with over 1 million twinkling Christmas lights illuminating the way. But that's not all - there's so much more to discover and enjoy at this festive destination.
Vibrant fall colors are painting the local landscape. Across the mountains of North Georgia leaves are changing to bright yellow, orange, and red. This year's leaf watching season will hit its peak in late October and early November.
Can You Legally Operate a Paragliding School in the Mountains of Colorado?
Operating a paragliding school in the mountains of Colorado is an exciting venture, but it involves several legal considerations and regulatory requirements to ensure safety and compliance. Here are the key legal aspects to consider when starting a paragliding school in Colorado:
This Georgia State Park Welcomes a New Visitor Center!
Today a ribbon cutting ceremony was done to open a new welcome center at one of the seven natural wonders of Georgia!. Amicalola Falls State Park located in Dawsonville, Georgia has a new visitor center! The new visitor center welcomes guests and tourists from all around to the largest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River with the falls reaching over 729 feet.
Georgia's Only County Named After a Woman!
Nestled deep in the North Georgia mountains on the South Caroline and Georgia state line, just north east of Athens and just South of Toccoa lies a very interesting county. I'm talking about Hart County.
LOOK How Precious This Baby Bear Is!!
Look how cute ya'll!!
The Devil's Walking Stick!
Have you ever been walking in the Appalachian Mountains and uncovered a tree with bark that was wrapped with thorns and stickers? You probably have just uncovered a Devil's Walking Stick.
Origin of the Name Appalachian Mountains
Many people might wonder how the Appalachian Mountains got their name and why they are referred to as such. Well, most are not one hundred percent sure how the mountains got their name, but there is one major origin story that many people agree with. However, the most common idea is the belief that the name came from translations of the word used by Native American villages. We have included a short YouTube video version of this potential origin of the name that you can view below, but we also have an article to go more in-depth on how it is believed the Appalachian Mountains got their current name.
Hellnar - Arnastapi, Iceland | Coastal Hike - Snaefellsness Peninsula 4K Cinematic Drone Footage
We're hiking from Hellnar to Arnastapi on the Snaefellsness Peninsula in Western Iceland. Enjoy cinematic 4K drone footage along this gorgeous coastal trail. It's 1.9 miles from point to point, so 3.8 miles total. It doesn't really matter which place you start, both have some parking and the views are similar. If you wanted to begin in Hellnar, you could then break in Arnastapi and eat lunch before making your way back. Thanks for watching!
Hiking Kirkjufell Mountain | Snaefellsness Peninsula, Iceland 4K Cinematic Drone Footage
I'm hiking Kirkjufell Mountain on the Snaefellsness Peninsula in Western Iceland. Enjoy cinematic 4K drone footage from atop this insane trail. Please DO NOT ATTEMPT this hike unless you're extremely confident in your scrambling abilities and in VERY exposed places. You seriously could fall and die on this one. It's 2.9 miles up and down with 1,404 feet of elevation gain. Extremely steep and narrow trail and I'm so lucky to have had excellent conditions, otherwise, I'm not sure I would've pushed for the summit. Thanks for watching!
TOO CUTE!! Baby Bear Peaking in Tree!
This little guy had his eye on something in the log!