#Hiking Trails

This 3-Mile Trail In New Jersey To Historical Sites Is More Than Just A Workout

Everyone knows it’s crucial to work out both your mind and your body. But did you know there’s a place in New Jersey where you can do both at the same time? We’re of course talking about Morristown National Historic Park. The park has historical significance to New Jersey and the United States as a […] The post This 3-Mile Trail In New Jersey To Historical Sites Is More Than Just A Workout appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Hiking Trails in North Carolina | North Carolina Hiking Series Ep 1

It is officially FALL and the leaves will soon be changing color in North Carolina! Come along with us to see the autumn foliage from 2020. To welcome the 2021 fall season we are starting a new hiking series on our channel of our hiking trip in October of 2020. This video is a preview of the series. If you enjoy hiking, adventure travel or just exploring we would recommend following our channel so you won't miss an episode. In our series we will share several hikes, along with some unique Airbnb experiences. Music Credit: Rain by Enine & JayJen | <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> Music promoted by <a href=""></a> Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License <a href=""></a>

Just Steps From The Appalachian Trail, The Damascus Diner Is A Hiker-Approved Eatery In Virginia

One of the most iconic hiking trails in the U.S., the Appalachian Trail is one that belongs on every outdoor enthusiast’s radar, whether you’re planning on hiking hundreds of miles or just a handful. And fortunately, Virginia is home to the greatest portion of the trail, meaning it’s easy to access from several different regions. […] The post Just Steps From The Appalachian Trail, The Damascus Diner Is A Hiker-Approved Eatery In Virginia appeared first on Only In Your State.

11 Fantastic Rail Trails in Pennsylvania that Anyone Can Enjoy

If you love riding your bicycle, you’re in luck because there are many great rail trails in Pennsylvania to explore. In fact, Pennsylvania is home to the third-most rail trails in the country (behind only Michigan and Minnesota) with more than 2,100 miles along nearly 200 different trails throughout the state.

The Best NJ Hiking Trails: Lockatong High Falls

There is good news and bad news about our latest entry in The Best NJ Hiking Trails, Lockatong High Falls. The good news is that this hike is one of the easier ones in our series. The bad news, however, is that it will require hiking boots to complete the trail. (Especially in order to reach the main attraction.)

The five best fall photoshoot locations in Peoria

As the temperatures begin to drop along with the leaves, many young people are concerned about where to take the yearly sweater weather pictures. Here are The Scout’s picks for the five best places in Peoria to capture those autumnal vibes:. Laura Bradley Park. Named for university founder Lydia Moss...

Forest Glamp by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects

Location: Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Charlevoix, Québec. Design Team: Olivier Bourgeois, Régis Lechasseur, Alexandre Côte, Valérie Gauthier. Rental information: Press Distribution: v2com. About Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects. Since its founding in 2011, the Québec firm, Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects, has been attracting attention to its carefully crafted public and private commissions. The...

Here’s The Ultimate Bucket List For People In Nashville Who Are Obsessed With Nature

The beauty of Nashville goes unmatched for most of the year, but definitely during the autumnal season. The trees go fiery shades of orange, red, and yellow, and the entire city seems to perk up when the air gets crisp. If you’re a fan of outdoor activities and feel obsessed with the natural shift in […] The post Here’s The Ultimate Bucket List For People In Nashville Who Are Obsessed With Nature appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Top places to enjoy autumn colors in Korea

With fall just around the corner and the temperatures beginning to fluctuate daily, it will be just a few short weeks before the changing of the leaves colors transition into their beautiful autumn hue. Typically, mid-October into early November is the peak time when leaves across the peninsula start to...
Washington Post

Fall foliage is coming, and so are the hikers. Here’s how to find trails less traveled.

In Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park, a concrete pillar on a forested track near Hogback Mountain is more than just a sign; it’s a moment of reckoning. At this fork in the trail, hikers must choose a route to follow: the heavily treaded Appalachian Trail or the lightly footprinted Tuscarora Trail. To help with the decision, they can consult a park map or guidebook, or summon poet Robert Frost.
Austin 360

Take a hike. No, really. 10 of Austin's best hiking trails to take in the beauty of the Hill Country.

If the only walks you take in Austin are to score margaritas at happy hour, you’re missing out. Austin is a city known for its outdoor spaces and swaths of green, but there’s so much to explore it can be hard to know where to start — and easy to return over and again to the places we know and love. For anyone looking to dig a little deeper into the city’s natural beauty, here are 10 hikes you’ll want to put on your list.

Landa Park: A Texas Gem

NEW BRAUNFELS — Landa Park is the perfect place to spend some quality time outdoors with friends and family. With wading pools, playgrounds, paddleboats, fishing piers, walking and hiking trails, a mini-golf course and even a train, Landa Park is sure to provide countless hours of fun. Historically, the land...
Fort Bend Star

Little compares to Fort Bend County’s nature

It was a balmy 95 degrees on Monday, the humidity in full swing, and I went hiking. I hadn’t planned to go hiking, exactly. It was more an accident of circumstance than anything. We were piecing together the Star’s latest edition and I went looking for a spot to snap...

10 of Colorado’s Most Popular Myths and Legends

Late last week we got to take a look at several day trips within a couple of hours of Grand Junction that helped to inspire some short-distance weekend escapes. While exploring some of those stops we also started talking about the many myths and legends that are part of Colorado's long history.

377 Holiday Hills Dr

Pride of ownership truly shows in this nicely updated three bedroom, two bath end-unit townhome. Upon entry you are greeted with stairs leading to the main living area. The high vaulted ceilings, and surrounding dual pane windows give the home a bright, airy feel. Enjoy cooking in the updated kitchen, which overlooks the dining area. Perfect for entertaining family and friends. Relax and unwind after a long day by either soaking in the jetted tub, reading a book in the back private patio, having a drink on the balcony, or lounging in front of the gas fireplace. Home also features gleaming cherry hardwood floors, recessed lighting throughout, beautifully updated bathrooms, attached two car garage with additional storage space, and washer/dryer in the garage area. Home is central located to highway 680, and 4, hiking trails, and parks. This is truly a must see. Do not miss the opportunity to call this home before the holidays begin!

Chalet at Breakneck Sold to State

A year after purchasing the closed Chalet on the Hudson near Breakneck Ridge for $1.875 million, the Open Space Institute has sold the 2-acre parcel to the New York state parks department for $1.71 million. OSI announced its intention in December to transfer the property to the state. It’s the...