Hiking Trails

What's happening in Bettendorf, LeClaire, Pleasant Valley and Riverdale – Quad City Times

November 2, 2017
What's happening in Bettendorf, LeClaire, Pleasant Valley and Riverdale – Quad City Times

Quad City Times What’s happening in Bettendorf, LeClaire, Pleasant Valley and RiverdaleQuad City Times11: 2:30 p.m., Hennepin Canal Parkway Trail – Wyanet, Illinois. Hiking east from near Wyanet along the Hennepin Canal Parkway Trail. The Hennepin Canal cascades down the eastern slope of the Bloomington Moraine towards Bureau and the Illinois River.

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Byram seeks trail maintenance volunteers – New Jersey Herald

November 2, 2017

Byram seeks trail maintenance volunteersNew Jersey HeraldBYRAM — Now that the summer weeds have died off and the autumn leaves have begun to carpet the ground, local volunteers are taking to the woods to clean up and maintain the area’s oft-used hiking trails. On Sunday, Nov. 5, the Byram Township …

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Payson hiking trails: 3 routes let you customize in American Gulch – AZCentral.com

November 1, 2017
Payson hiking trails: 3 routes let you customize in American Gulch – AZCentral.com

AZCentral.com Payson hiking trails: 3 routes let you customize in American GulchAZCentral.comAmerican Gulch is a tributary gorge of the East Verde River that encompasses an area of juniper-studded hills and riparian corridors on the west side of Payson. Replete with natural springs, stock tanks and a maze of dirt roads, the rugged terrain …

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Connelly: Hikers' dollars save popular trail from logging – seattlepi.com

November 1, 2017
Connelly: Hikers' dollars save popular trail from logging – seattlepi.com

seattlepi.com Connelly: Hikers‘ dollars save popular trail from loggingseattlepi.comSix hundred generous hikers, raising $275,000 in a few weeks time, have spared Lake Serene on Mount Index from logging. The trail is a beloved recreation spot off the Stevens Pass highway visited by 45,000 people each year. The campaign, spearheaded …Hundreds donate to preserve Bridal Veil...

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A lesson in pine cones – San Diego Reader

November 1, 2017
A lesson in pine cones – San Diego Reader

San Diego Reader A lesson in pine conesSan Diego ReaderThe hike to San Jacinto Summit (10,834 feet) is strenuous but stunning vistas and exposure to the unique mountain ecosystem can be enjoyed with less-challenging trails departing from the same trailhead (Desert View Trail, 1.5 miles round-trip, easy …

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New Greenways Foundation chief hopes to hike group's profile – Indianapolis Business Journal

November 1, 2017

New Greenways Foundation chief hopes to hike group’s profileIndianapolis Business JournalA locally based charitable trust that supports Indiana trail systems has a new leader who’s hoping to elevate the organization’s profile and the amount of money it raises. Ken Giffin, 72, has joined the Greenways Foundation as its executive director …

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Twin Arches Trail destination for Fairfield Glade Hikers – Crossville Chronicle

November 1, 2017
Twin Arches Trail destination for Fairfield Glade Hikers – Crossville Chronicle

Crossville Chronicle Twin Arches Trail destination for Fairfield Glade HikersCrossville Chronicle3, the Fairfield Glade (FG) Hiking Group will travel 68 miles north to the Big South Fork Recreation Area and hike the Twin Arches Trail. The trail, named for two large sandstone arches, one 62 feet high and the other 103 feet high, this...

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Where to Eat and Sleep in Boulder, America's Happiest City – Vogue.com

October 31, 2017

Where to Eat and Sleep in Boulder, America’s Happiest CityVogue.comThe things that make Boulder, Colorado so enjoyable are as foolproof and all-American as apple pie: world-class hiking trails five minutes from the town center, an abundance of local farms that supply the restaurants with fabulous produce, a calendar …

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Hiking the Hudson River School art trail – The Island Now (blog)

October 31, 2017
Hiking the Hudson River School art trail – The Island Now (blog)

The Island Now (blog) Hiking the Hudson River School art trailThe Island Now (blog)My three-day fall getaway in the Great Northern Catskills of New York exploring the Hudson River School Art Trail starts before I even arrive at the historic Fairlawn Inn, in Hunter (see 10/13, 10/20). Taking advantage of the time of day...

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Medora Students Improve Knobstone Hiking Trail – WBIW.com

October 31, 2017

Medora Students Improve Knobstone Hiking TrailWBIW.com(SPARKSVILLE) – On Saturday, 15 students from Medora Community Schools made improvements to the Knobstone Hiking Trail, which passes through Sparksville and the Sparksville Jackson County Park. Aaron Piper of the Seymour Tribune reports that …

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