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Man dies hiking in national forest – New York Post

October 19, 2017
Man dies hiking in national forest – New York Post

New York Post Man dies hiking in national forestNew York PostLINCOLN, N.H. — New Hampshire’s Fish and Game Department says a 67-year-old man died while hiking a trail in the White Mountain National Forest. Sgt. Thomas Dakai says Stephen Barsanti, of Alton, was hiking with his wife on Wednesday when he …and more »

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State safety officials remind fall hikers to take care in changing conditions – Shelburne News

October 19, 2017

State safety officials remind fall hikers to take care in changing conditionsShelburne NewsVermont State Police and Department of Public Safety would like to remind those heading out onto Vermont’s hiking trails this fall of the ever changing conditions a hiker may encounter this time of year. While trailhead conditions may be warm and mild...

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This Awesome Hiking Backpack Saved Me From Dehydration – Men's Health

October 19, 2017
This Awesome Hiking Backpack Saved Me From Dehydration – Men's Health

Men’s Health This Awesome Hiking Backpack Saved Me From DehydrationMen’s HealthI was somewhere in the Adirondack Mountains when I got dizzy and started to sway back and forth in my hiking boots. It couldn’t be that my muscles were giving out on me, because I’d only been on the trail for a few hours....

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Mike Terrell: Pelizzari Natural Area natural fit for community – Traverse City Record Eagle

October 19, 2017
Mike Terrell: Pelizzari Natural Area natural fit for community – Traverse City Record Eagle

Traverse City Record Eagle Mike Terrell: Pelizzari Natural Area natural fit for communityTraverse City Record EagleTRAVERSE CITY — This small 62-acre natural area located at the base of Old Mission Peninsula, Pelizzari Natural Area, is today one of the more popular hiking areas adjacent to Traverse City. In winter, the trails are home to...

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Lost hiking family with five kids follows police sirens to escape … – MLive.com

October 19, 2017
Lost hiking family with five kids follows police sirens to escape … – MLive.com

MLive.com Lost hiking family with five kids follows police sirens to escape …MLive.comWATERTOWN TWP, MI — A family with five children ages 5 to 14 was lost while hiking in a state game area just after sunset Wednesday, police say. Deputies …and more »

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Grant supports second hiking trail in Santa Claus – The Herald

October 19, 2017

Grant supports second hiking trail in Santa ClausThe HeraldThe group’s first trail connects Christmas Lake Village to Yellig Park. Trails of Santa Claus is non-profit organization tasked with closing the gap between funds already committed to build the four biking and hiking trails that will connect various …

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Pack Monadnock power lines could alter hiking experience – Monadnock Ledger Transcript

October 19, 2017
Pack Monadnock power lines could alter hiking experience – Monadnock Ledger Transcript

Monadnock Ledger Transcript Pack Monadnock power lines could alter hiking experienceMonadnock Ledger TranscriptThe view from alongside the he Pack Monadnock access road. It’s the high-elevation spruce community often shrouded in clouds. It’s also the roadside where the state plans to run a powerline. Photo by Francie Von Mertens. Previous; Next. Thursday …

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Why Hiking 118 Kilometers Across Europe Can Help Entrepreneurs Grow Their Business – Forbes

October 19, 2017
Why Hiking 118 Kilometers Across Europe Can Help Entrepreneurs Grow Their Business – Forbes

Forbes Why Hiking 118 Kilometers Across Europe Can Help Entrepreneurs Grow Their BusinessForbesI wasn’t distracted by my phone. I didn’t have headphones or music. In fact, most of the journey, I just hiked in silence, thinking about my life, and it was surprisingly productive. I came up with more ideas in those first two...

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Call of the Wildflowers geocaching program ends Oct. 31 — New program coming this spring – Walker Pilot Independent

October 19, 2017

Call of the Wildflowers geocaching program ends Oct. 31 — New program coming this springWalker Pilot IndependentFor three years, park and trail visitors have been finding and collecting wildflower cards in camouflaged containers (aka “geocaches”) hidden at 81 locations statewide as part of the Call of the Wildflowers geocaching program. Those hoping to complete...

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Beginner's Guide to… Hiking – Dailyuw

October 19, 2017
Beginner's Guide to… Hiking – Dailyuw

Dailyuw Beginner’s Guide to… HikingDailyuwIt’s accessible and hosts information about an extensive variety of Washington trails, taking into account their length, elevation changes, and overall ratings to help identify which trail might best associate with the level of hiking you are …

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