We recently visited Colorado and whilst we unfortunately didn’t get the time to do any camping there, after experiencing the grandeur of the States wilderness areas, it is now firmly on our ‘Things To Do’ list! Whilst there we did a little research and it really wasn’t difficult coming up with hundreds of campgrounds set […]
Sage Clegg the first person ever to hike end to end on the Oregon Desert Trail shares her experience with the Oregon Natural Desert Association. Sage completed the epic 800 mile journey in just 36 days. Already a record holder, Sage completed the Appalachian Trail, The Pacific Crest Trail and the Continental Divide in just […]
It is not often you come across something that literally takes your breath away is it? Whilst taking time out to have a browse through some of my favorite websites I came across this article on Hiking Lake O’Hara. I know you will love and appreciate the beautiful scenery as much I do, so thought […]
Take Your Best Mate On The Backpacking Trail Too We all have our particular styles when it comes to backpacking but I think one thing we all would find enjoyable is too take our four legged pal along with us. Of course there are a lot of places he may not be allowed but there […]
Sometimes you come across a story that is worth sharing just for the sake of sharing and this is one of those times. If you have ever felt that something is just to hard then you should read this story about hiking the appalachian trail. At 62 thats just what Tom McCarthy decided to do […]
Hikers are always seeking out new spots to spend a leisurely afternoon in and lots of areas go undiscovered and these always tend to be the hidden gems. The hiking trail in Byrne Forest, Corralitos is one such spot which thanks to Jeff Helmer is now open to tours for anyone who wants to find […]
The urban jungle is not generally known for its camp grounds and when you tell people you are going camping in New York they may just well look at you like you have two heads. However some of the best tent camping in New York can be found in the state parks.
Just because summer is nearly over, that doesn’t mean you can’t go camping. Camping in the fall is a wonderful way to experience the changing season and watch as the vibrant colors of the fall come to life. The russets, golds that come with fall brings a whole new look to a place.
Idaho is another state that has some wonderful hiking and backpacking areas and most people have their particular hot spots. Still it is nice to find new areas and here we take a look at 4 areas for Hikingin Idaho that have been suggested by four different outdoor writers.