Hiking Tucson

Hiking Around Tucson This August

[Note: the following information was current as of August 1, 2020.] The Bighorn Fire, named for the bighorn sheep that roam the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson, began after a lightning strike hit those mountains on June 5th, 2020. Fanned by high winds and exacerbated...

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Hello, Bozeman: Chasing That Rocky Mountain High

The second part of our travels took us to Bozeman, Montana. We loved the low humidity and morning temperatures were glorious. Based on a recommendation, we stay at the Lewis & Clark Motel right on Main Street in Bozeman. It was being remodeled, but the rooms were comfortable,...

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Chasing That Rocky Mountain High

Arkansas gets hot in June! Even the most enthusiastic consider June through August the offseason of backpacking. Hiker-dog and I attempt to stay in shape with early morning walks at Lake Alma. I struggled to find the word that describes how I feel about camping...

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Hikes with Lower Elevation in Salt Lake City

Hiking in Salt Lake City is a treat for any outdoors lover. Between the Wasatch, the Uintas, and the foothills, you have an almost endless amount of trails to explore. Don't let the tall peaks frighten you, though. There are plenty of trails at lower elevations...

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Best Places to Take Photos in the North Shore

From the bustling port city of Duluth, Minnesota, to the wild and ruggedterrain surrounding the world’s largest freshwater lake, Minnesota’s NorthShore of Lake Superior is downright beautiful. When you're traveling through the North Shore this summer, be sure to pack a camera and prepare all...

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