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Category Archive for: ‘Hiking’

Henry’s Woods, a Community Preserve

Henry’s Woods is a 212-acre community preserve and trail system offering year-round recreation for hikers, runners, mountain bikers, skiers and straight-up nature enthusiasts.

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Jess On Phelps

Phelps Mountain, an Adirondack Day Hike

Phelps is one of the easiest 46’ers to climb. It’s a moderate day hike with excellent views of Mount Marcy, Algonquin, Colden and the Great Range.

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Willa Enjoying The View

Baxter Mountain, a Quick Adirondack Hike

Here’s another quick hike to keep in mind for those days when a longer adventure just isn’t possible. Or for when the weather has been so bad that any hint of sunshine breaking through the clouds has you running out the door for the nearest trail.

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Dave And Willa

3 Quick and Easy Adirondack Hikes

Having the pup has opened up a whole new world of hiking to us. Instead of seeking out long, strenuous day hikes, we’ve found ourselves looking for easy, short hikes that even our four month old dog can handle.

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McKinnon Pass

Hiking in New Zealand

One of the most picturesque countries to go hiking in the southern hempishere is New Zealand. Hiking (or tramping as the locals call it) across both north and south islands will grant you access to some of the world’s most stunning scenery.

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View From Trail

Table Top Mountain, an Adirondack Day Hike

Table Top is a little over 10 miles round-trip beginning and ending at the Adirondack Loj. It’s a relatively easy day hike if you’re after the 46 High Peaks.

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