Things to think about before you take your first step on the A.T. bound for the other end of the trail
Established in 1951, the Fannie Stebbins Memorial Wildlife Refuge provides hikers and bird enthusiasts with a chance to explore over 330 acres of pristine floodplain land along the Connecticut River.
Sharp Top Mountain, located at the Peaks of Otter, just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, offers hikers some of the best views in the area, with a straight forward hike and great access.
Snowbirds love Jekyll Island Campground because of the many activities offered in the area. Sports, history, great cuisine, and friendly folks make this one of the best Snowbird winter camping destinations for senior citizens.
Get your adventure started on a 125-mile traverse of New York's wild Adirondack Park!
San Gorgonio Mountain (11,499’, 3505 meters) is a must for peak baggers. Southern California’s highest peak positively dominates the surroundings for miles with a bit of competition from the neighboring mountains, San Jacinto (10,804’), and...
Looking for the perfect bike ride or hike to see the fall foliage? Just south of Franklin, PA, but not very easy to find, the Sandy Creek Trail winds 12 miles from Fisherman's Cove in the west to Van in the east. Along the way the trail crosses 7 bridges including the 1385 foot long Belmar Bridge...
It was years ago and more than 2,000 miles, but I remember the six-month journey in such detail. Here are some highlights from my thru-hike ... something I hope to do again someday.
The Appalachian Mountain range is an ancient band of some of the most beautiful mountain areas in North America. The range stretches from the island of Newfoundland in southeastern Canada and extends 1,500 miles down in a southwestward direction to Central Alabama in the United States.
One of only 8 national scenic trails come check out the Wisconsin Ice Age Trail. With hundreds of miles of trail throughout the state there is sure to be fun for everyone.