Guest Post: Easy Hiking Trails
Debbie Beardsley shares with us another park for easy hikers – the Sunol Regional Wilderness in the San Francisco Bay areaand shows us easy hiking in Little Yosemite.
Go Easy Hiking in Little Yosemite
I have lived in the San Francisco Bay area for the last 24 years. I love the Bay area because one can enjoy city life or be exploring the outdoors in an hour almost in any direction. Every which way you
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A guest post by Leigh McAdam
I have an ongoing love affair with the red rock country of Utah. One of my favourite spots is Arches National Park, just 5 miles outside the town of Moab, Utah. It offers a landscape of otherworldly red rock formations and over 2000 natural sandstone arches. Fortunately, many are easily accessible on a large number of hiking trails. The question is where do you start hiking with so many possibilities?
Hiking the Arches
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A guest post by Jeremy Branham
For anyone who loves to hike, Lake Tahoe offers some of the best hiking trails in California. With spectacular views of lakes, waterfalls and forests, it’s easy to find a hike for everyone. While summer has gone and the hiking season is just about over, there are plenty of places to enjoy the fall in northern California.
Easy Hiking in Lake Tahoe
A number of guides help you to explore easy hiking in Lake Tahoe
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Hiking on the Cow Pies Trail
is how we tamed the”wild west” and it’s the hiking adventure we enjoyed the most. This was the first trail we did, just outside the town of Sedona in Northern Arizona, a day after our arrival.
Our body clocks were still ticking in European time and we woke up at 4:30 a.m., impatiently waiting for breakfast and the chance to hit the road. Which we finally did, taking off at around 7, when it was
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