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▶️ PCT hikers redirected after Windigo Fire force trail closure

The recent wildfires in Oregon are causing surprise interruptions for many passers-by on one of America’s longest hiking trails. The Windigo Fire, sitting on 1,098 acres Thursday afternoon, caused a 60-mile closure on the Pacific Crest Trail running north from Crater Lake to Odell Lake (Mile 1848 to 1908). On Wednesday and Thursday, hikers stopped […]

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If you’re planning a vacation, explore these super fun new places in Andaman and Nicobar

Last update: August 04, 2022, 10:10 PM IST We bring you a list of places you can visit on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on your next vacation (Picture: Shutterstock) We bring you a list of places you can visit in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on your next vacation The Andaman and Nicobar Islands […]

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I miss Vin Scully and his stories about beards and bird poo

There aren’t enough words to fully explain what Vin Scully meant to me as a kid growing up as a Dodgers fan in Los Angeles during the 1970s and 1980s. There aren’t enough moments. of sadness to fully capture my pain and loss since learning of the 94-year-old broadcaster’s death on Tuesday. Wine – and […]

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Nature Photography at Weeks State Park Summer Program August 11 | Culture & Leisure

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Get started by joining a walking group in the LS area

Jan Nelson enjoys hiking the KC area trails. Courtesy picture Hoping to start enjoying the many trails and parks in and around Lee’s Summit by starting a biking or walking program? Getting started can be daunting for many, but with the use of technology, you’ll find plenty of ways to get help. The motivation to […]

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Gulmarg problems must be solved – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Gulmarg in Kashmir is a famous tourist resort and an ideal place for winter sports, hence visitors from all over the country and abroad, as well as locals in large numbers who continue to visit this tourist place. It is a natural corollary that many questions and issues continue to emerge regarding all related hues […]

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Bolivia’s famous ‘death road’ is now a wildlife haven

Imagine driving down a 5 meter (about 16 foot) wide dirt road in a heavy truck, looking out the window for orientation and seeing a 100 meter (about 328 foot) drop with no guardrails between you and the abyss below. -below. It was a daily experience for drivers on a busy Bolivian highway so perilous […]

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The Second World War Ordnance Force Closure of the swimming area at Assateague Island National Seashore

A section of beach at Assateague Island National Seashore has been closed due to WWII ordnance / NPS surfacing A section of the Assateague Island National Seashore has been temporarily closed due to surfaced World War II ordnance. The closure affects the North Beach swimming area in the Maryland portion of the park. The “normal” […]

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Hiking near the world’s tallest sequoia now results in a $5,000 fine

Comment this story Comment The tree recognized as the tallest in the world is now forbidden to visitors. The National Park Service announced last week that it was discouraging hikers from visiting Hyperion, an ancient redwood tree in Northern California that holds a Guinness World Record for height at 380 feet, 9.7 inches, according to […]

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Obituary: Scott Farquhar, 70, of Fairfield

Information via Spear-Miller Funeral Home FAIRFIELD, CT – Scott Farquhar, 70, of Fairfield, passed away peacefully Friday, July 22, 2022 at his home. He was surrounded by his devoted family who loved him very much. Scott passed away after a courageous two and a half year battle with cancer. He is survived by: his beloved […]

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Have you seen this? A massive bear welcomes visitors to the national park

A massive brown bear greets visitors to Katmai National Park in Alaska (Evelone via YouTube) Estimated reading time: less than a minute ALASKA – You’ve probably heard of Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska. It is home to one of the largest populations of brown bears in the world, and the animals congregate at […]

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Heat waves prohibit classic alpine hiking trails | Mountaineering

Low snow cover and melting glaciers at an alarming rate during Europe’s heat waves have banned some classic alpine hiking routes. Usually, in the height of summer, tourists flock to the Alps and seek off the beaten path to some of its peaks. But with warmer temperatures – which scientists say are driven by climate […]

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Not Your Typical Beach Uncover the Mysteries of These 5 Most Unusual Seashores in India

Unusual beaches in India: Beaches have always been about getting those tan lines, ruminating over the sound of crashing waves, and popping a chill pill near those often-scattered coconut palms. India indeed boasts of some beautiful beaches on its coasts on both sides. We often look for the cleanest beaches, beaches with water sports, less […]

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Doctors lost an organ inside of me (and I feel fine)

We’re missing a bag of specimens. That’s what my doctor’s colleague told me when I woke up the day after the surgical excision of my endometriosis. Apparently they also discovered that my appendix had been pulled into my pelvis, so while they were there they removed my appendix as well. And now it was…missing? Was […]

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Fire balloons near Elmo; small fire reported in Glacier National Park, but crews were unable to locate it on Saturday

Evacuation orders were issued Friday night after a wildfire erupted near Elmo on the west side of Flathead Lake. The man-made fire was estimated at around 4,000 acres as of Saturday morning. Fire behavior was described as extreme. An evacuation zone extended from Big Arm north to Dayton along US 93, along Montana 28, and […]

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Travel News: Icelandic Swimming Spots and the World’s Best Hiking Trails

Editor’s note — Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. Get news on when destinations open and close, inspiration for future adventures, plus the latest in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. (CNN) — In travel news this week, Spain is offering free train travel, Southwest Airlines […]

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Dollywood is pumping big money into the TN economy

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (WSMV) – Standing out as a hotbed for tourists almost year-round, Dollywood is seeing big numbers this year and pumping big money into the state’s economy. Nashville and Memphis are the two cities that generate the most tax revenue for Tennessee. Behind them is Sevier County – the childhood home of Dolly […]

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Ask Ellie: A Two-Stroke Boyfriend Should Be Honest With His Boyfriends

My friend plays with two guys and I don’t like it. I know it’s none of my business, but one of the guys is my friend, and he’s a good person. Dear Reader: As I noted in a previous column, my daughter, Lisi, will be taking care of writing duties a few times a week. […]

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Free and discounted passes offer museum and park options

With prices rising, free and discounted passes can help reduce the cost of travel. Several options are available, including the Every Kid Outdoors Pass, the America the Beautiful National Park Pass, and the Michigan Activity Pass. All Kids Outdoor Passes The Gawel family from Monroe visited several national parks with the Every Kid Outdoors Pass, […]

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Arlette Laan’s 16,000 mile journey to hike all the National Scenic Trails

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Get full access to Outside Learn, our online education center with in-depth fitness, nutrition and adventure lessons and over 2,000 instructional videos when you sign up for Outside+ >”,”name”:”in -content-cta”,”type”:”link”}}”>Join Outside+ today. Sixteen Thousand Miles: This is the distance Arlette “Apple Pie” Laan had […]

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Naomi Osaka delights fans with images from her time in Japan

Naomi Osaka fans were thrilled when the Japanese star posted photos of herself on social media while vacationing in Japan. Osaka recently shared an image of herself wearing a cap on Instagram, looking happy and happy in front of a Buddha statue in what appeared to be a tourist spot. The 24-year-old also posted a […]

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California Oak Fire destroys at least 42 structures as it burns over 18,000 acres near Yosemite National Park

The blaze grew only slightly on Tuesday – to 18,532 acres and containment remained at 26%, according to an update from national fire management agency Cal Fire. “While good progress continues on the fire, there is still a lot of work to be done,” the update reads. Officials said several evacuation orders had been superseded […]

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Sadhu self-immolation case in Bharatpur: BJP committee submits report to JP Nadda

The committee set up by the Bhartiya Janata Party to investigate the death of Sadhu Vijay Das, who set himself on fire on July 23 in protest against illegal mining in Bharatpur, delivered its report to the BJP Chairman on Wednesday, JP Nadda. The committee visited the site of the incident in Bharatpur on Sunday […]

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Earldine Ruth ‘Deanie’ Moore | News, Sports, Jobs

Earldine Ruth “Deani” Moore, 93, a resident of the Allegheny Lutheran Home, died Friday. She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late Earl and Martha (Beard) Myers. In 1959 she married J. Robert Moore who predeceased her on January 28, 2008. Deanie graduated from Altoona High School and then later […]

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Downed trees, deep ravines among obstacles on a biking trail linking Omaha and Lincoln

ELMWOOD — Some eyebrows were raised in the Nebraska Legislature this spring when lawmakers approved $8.3 million to run eight miles of crushed limestone biking trail to connect recreation trails from Omaha and Lincoln. That’s $1 million per mile, said one senator, what it used to cost to build a mile of paved highway. But […]

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End of Gasho Lake Fishing Festival – Journal

A FISHERIES official weighs a trout caught during the competition.—UK Department of Fisheries GILGIT: A two-day fishing festival ended on Monday at Lake Gasho, Sai Bala. A large number of locals and enthusiasts from different parts of the country took part in the competitions, with individuals using all their skills to catch the heaviest of […]

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California Oak Fire: Fast-growing blaze engulfs homes near Yosemite National Park as it burns more than 15,000 acres

“The fire behavior we’re seeing in this incident is truly unprecedented,” Cal Fire Battalion Chief Jon Heggie said of the Oak Fire, which exploded over more than 16,700 acres and destroy at least seven structures. “It moves extremely fast and the reaction time to get people out is limited because this fire moves so fast.” […]

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This modern monocular telescope is compatible with your smartphone and less than $30

Take this monocular telescope on your next outdoor adventure. You can even use it with your smartphone! Amazon We’ve all heard of twins before, right? Hold them up to your eyes and see things further away, a breeze. However, you may not have heard of a monocular telescope, which is essentially the same thing but […]

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New Jersey boy drowns in Delaware River in second river death of year at national park – The Morning Call

Members of the National Park Service dive team at the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area found the body of a teenager in the Delaware River around 3:30 p.m. Sunday, according to the park service. The boy, from Elizabeth, New Jersey, was swimming at the Ames-Jennings site, a small picnic area along the river on […]

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Don’t use your face to cross cobwebs. Try these tips instead.

You’re on an early morning hiking trail, the sun is shining and all is peaceful…until you come across a trap of a crawling enemy. Spiders have been “trapping” hikers for, well, forever. Fortunately, there are several ways to avoid this problem. According to the National Park Service, you may not be able to avoid the […]

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Guide for a memorable trip to Pabna

Sun Jul 24, 2022 2:25 PM Last updated on: Sun Jul 24, 2022 3:08 PM Photo: Mushfique Fouad Mitul “> Photo: Mushfique Fouad Mitul One of the best known districts of Rajshahi division is Pabna. Currently known for the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant, the Pabna district is historic, beautiful and easily accessible, making it a […]

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Why the Travel Industry Wants National Parks to Adapt New Reservation Programs

The sun sets as a rain storm blows over Delicate Arch in Arches National Park near Moab on September 18, 2021. As visitation to U.S. national parks hit record highs in 2021, travel companies and hospitality and associations inside and outside the United States are not satisfied with the National Park Service’s reservation systems. (Spenser […]

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Winston Farm development in Saugerties needs careful consideration

SAUGERTIES — Developers looking to build a $600 million “mixed-use destination spot” just west of the State Thruway are to face extensive review by City Council after determining that the project could have negative impacts on its environment. The site is planned on the 840 acre parcel of Winston Farm in the village of Saugerties […]

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Plymouth Rock images don’t prove sea level is the same as it was in 1620

Legend has it that upon arriving in North America, the Pilgrims descended from the Mayflower onto the large rock that now stands in a prominent location on the waterfront of Plymouth, Massachusetts. Plymouth Rock is a well-known tourist attraction, but its connection to early US history is unproven. And despite what some social media users […]

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Fred Webb | Obituaries | Goshen News

Fred Webb September 19, 1925 – February 14, 2022 96-year-old Fred Webb Jr. of Potomac, MD passed away on February 14, 2022 after a short illness and a truly enjoyed life. Born September 19, 1925, in Evansville, Indiana, he got his first job during the Depression by joining the musicians union and playing with various […]

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Crews win over Washburn’s fire; Yosemite will reopen an entrance

Two weeks after the Washburn Fire in Yosemite National Park, firefighters continue to make progress against the blaze that has scorched nearly 5,000 acres. As of Thursday morning, the wildfire remained at 58% containment and had burned 4,856 acres, officials said. The number of people assigned to firefighting fell to 1,330 from around 1,500 earlier […]

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Take the 4 to History, Hike and Nine Holes

The last stop of the 4 train in the Bronx is the Woodlawn station, which is in the Norwood section at Jerome and Bainbridge avenues. It sits across from the last stop for over 300,000 New Yorkers at Woodlawn Cemetery. The National Historic Landmark was established in 1863 by prominent New Yorkers looking for an […]

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The Charms of South Korea: Stunning Views, Seafood, and a Purple Island

July 20, 2022 SEOUL – South Korea Standing at the edge of the fortress wall, I have a splendid view of an ancient folk village illuminated at golden hour. I traveled back in time to Naganeupseong Folk Village, reputed to be the best-preserved fortress town in South Korea. Its 200 inhabitants live in houses with […]

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Wake County wants feedback on 3 new nature preserves

People (and dogs) kayak at Robertson Millpond Nature Preserve. Wake County Wake County is doubling its number of nature preserves and wants to know what residents want. Nature preserves have passive uses – think hiking, bird watching, horseback riding – unlike a traditional park with ball fields and playgrounds. Three nature preserves are in the […]

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India Chess Olympiad It Can’t Get Bigger Than That!, India Chess Olympiad It Can’t Get Bigger Than That, sr suryanarayan, sports news

Mahabalipuram, or Mammalapuram as it is now renamed, is best known for being a UNESCO heritage site. A tourist spot famous for its beachside scenery, temple architecture, and most importantly, a place where tourists flock among the city’s raging crowds. The tranquility is what is striking watching the endless waves roll and crawl on the […]

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Georgia’s Public Fishing Areas Offer Fishing and Family Fun

Suggested summer fishing goal – visit as many of Georgia’s 11 Public Fishing Areas (PFAs) as you can before the season ends. PFAs are managed for fishing by the Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, and most offer additional experiences to keep the whole family entertained. “If you haven’t made […]

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Powerhouse Company and Delva Create Gateway to New National Park in The Hague, Netherlands

Powerhouse Company and Delva Create Gateway to New National Park in The Hague, Netherlands Courtesy of Powerhouse Company and DELVA To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or https://www.archdaily.com/985537/powerhouse-company-and-delva-create-a-gateway-to-a-new-national-park-in-the-hague-netherlands Powerhouse Company, in collaboration with landscape architecture firm DELVA, has unveiled the design of a new visitor center for the Koekamp, ​​which will play […]

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Appalachian Trail memories surface as you approach the Colorado Trail hike

As my Colorado Trail (CT) hike’s start date nears, I find myself staring in the rear view mirror at how profoundly life-changing my 2018 Appalachian Trail (AT) hike has been. Whenever I think of my journey, Lord Huron’s song “Meet Me in the Woods” comes to mind. Specifically, the line where Ben Schneider sings, “I […]

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Crews win over Yosemite National Park, California wildfires – NBC Bay Area

The lockdown escalated overnight over a fire that has burned for more than a week in Yosemite National Park and residents of the Wawona community can return home starting Sunday, officials said Saturday. of the park. The Washburn blaze was 37% contained, down from 27% on Friday, and grew slightly to 19 square kilometres. “Yesterday […]

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Baptist church revives abandoned East Poestenkill hiking trails

EAST POESTENKILL – East Poestenkill First Baptist Church is a proud country church with a website that displays a photo of a congregation member being baptized in a clear mountain stream surrounded by green rushes, goldenrod and wildflowers – delicate, snowy Queen Anne’s lace and purple bellflowers. The beautiful photo was taken by Heather Nelson, […]

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Jaipur tourist electrocuted on Colva beach but live wire not removed even 24 hours later

Jul 16, 2022 | 07:13 IST Jaipur tourist electrocuted on Colva beach but live wire not removed even 24 hours later Ugly truths reveal abject negligence in GTDC’s ‘beautification’ project COLVA: In a bizarre incident, a tourist from Jaipur has died after being accidentally electrocuted on Colva beach on Thursday. The incident happened just behind […]

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The Audubon Nature Center in Bristol presents new exhibits

BRISTOL — Darwin is a little turtle with a big personality. He lives at Audubon Society of Rhode Island Nature Center & Aquariumand when visitors pass his enclosure, he comes up to the Plexiglas wall to watch them curiously. His enclosure includes a mirror, “because he likes to look at himself”, explains Anne Dimonti, director […]

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Channel Islands National Park receives $100,000 federal grant to restore ecosystem

Channel Islands National Park is set to receive nearly $100,000 in federal funding for ecosystem restoration on Santa Cruz Island, the Biden administration announced Thursday. The grant will come from the administration’s bipartisan Infrastructure Act, which will invest $1.4 billion in such projects nationwide over the next five years. Rehabilitation work on Santa Cruz, one […]

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Cape Cod offers many swimming options for residents and visitors

Looking to beat the heat on Cape Cod? The coastline calls, all 560 miles of it. Cape Town generally has three shoreline options. Cape Cod Bay has calmer waters and spacious low tides. There are much fiercer waves on the Atlantic Ocean side. Nantucket Sound, the south side of Cape Cod, also tends to be […]

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Pune: Tourists not allowed to visit Bhushi Dam after 5pm – Punekar News

Lonavala, July 13, 2022: The road leading to the Bhushi dam was closed to tourists after 5 p.m. due to heavy rain, Lonavala city police inspector Sitaram Dubal informed. This will be the rule for every day of the week. The police have set up a checkpoint at Nausena Bagh under the Lonavala Dam and […]

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Beyond books: Libraries lend binoculars to bird watchers –

KEENE VALLEY & SARANAC LAKE, NY – Are you interested in bird watching but not sure where to start? Starting this summer, the Keene Valley Public Library and Saranac Lake Free Library are lending backpacks full of binoculars and field guides to give people a chance to try birding. The backpacks are part of the […]

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‘Trail Angels’ Help Rescue Virginia Woman Injured While Hiking

Two George Washington University nursing students stepped in to help an injured hiker. The hiker says their efforts saved her from losing her footing. LURAY, Virginia – It was a beautiful cool morning on the Whiteoak Canyon Falls Trail in Shenandoah National Park. This is how Anna Jones describes the start of the hike with […]

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$1 million in COVID relief funds go to Hastings Y for walking trail

HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) – Hastings City Council has voted unanimously to designate COVID relief money to the Hastings Family YMCA. The money will be used to build a walking/running track at the “Y”. It’s now a formal agreement between the City of Hastings, Adams County and the YMCA, where Hastings will provide $750,000 in American […]

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How to Take the Ultimate Vacation in Louisville, Kentucky

Take A Break is your ultimate guide to the perfect journeys to recharge, rediscover yourself and your relationships, and reengage with the world. We’ll cover shopping stops, great bars, restaurants worth your money, photo ops, memorable rides and experiences, and other important details you need before you book. Below, we talk to Caroline Bologna, Senior […]

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Efforts are underway to declare Lake Jagadishpur as the second bird sanctuary in the country

If all goes as planned, the scenic Lake Jagadishpur, a Ramsar wetland site in Kapilvastu district, will soon be declared Nepal’s second bird sanctuary. Conservationists and concerned authorities have lobbied to declare the wetland a bird sanctuary to conserve rare birds and promote bird tourism in the country. The Kapilvastu Division Forestry Office has started […]

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Dog Visiting Michigan State Park Rescued After Falling From Cliff

MUNISING, Michigan – A dog visiting a Michigan national park was rescued after jumping over a railing and falling about 30 feet from a cliff over the weekend. The National Park Service said the incident happened Friday at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. In a news release, park rangers near Miners Castle, one of the park’s […]

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Imagine the Perfect North Fork Park

North Fork is full of public parks. Beaches, sports facilities, playgrounds, hiking trails – collectively there is something for everyone at the parks in the towns of Southold and Riverhead. But imagine for a moment that we could take the best feature of each to create a single megapark with all the amenities you would […]

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Breathtaking moment avalanche rushes towards tourists during trek in Kyrgyzstan

The tourists were in the Tian Shen Mountains in Kyrgyzstan where the avalanche hit. A group of British and American tourists survived an avalanche in the Tian Shen Mountains in Kyrgyzstan. Snow swept over them, according to footage of the incident posted on social media by one of the tourists. The avalanche was caused by […]

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Hidden I-5 Oases: Explore 6 State Parks We Usually Speed ​​By

Scott Hewitt / The Colombian I was on a trip home from Seattle, driving Interstate 5 at 70 mph like we do, when one of those brown state park signs reached out and grabbed me. Nothing bothers me more than to pass up the possibility of a little outdoor discovery. And I had no particular […]

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9 p.m. in New York

I’ve been in full go mode since Trail Days. Wake up at 5:30 a.m., leave at 6:15 a.m., hike 10 miles, eat lunch, hike 10 miles, settle in, eat, sleep. Repeat. And I really enjoyed constantly pushing myself that way day in and day out. Hiking like this is the physical and mental challenge I […]

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Hiker found dead in White Sands National Park

ALAMOGORDO, NM (AP) — A 27-year-old hiker who disappeared while visiting White Sands National Park has been found dead, authorities said Friday. New Mexico State Police and Southern New Mexico Park officials reported that rescue teams discovered the body of Brad Utegaar of Wausau, Wisconsin earlier this week after a search launched over the holiday […]

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Outdoor recreation opportunities lure adventurers

Some of Hillsdale County’s best kept secrets are barely visible from public roads and the opportunities for recreational activities are never far away. Explorers frequent the historic and mystical caves in the State of the Lost Nations game area where outlaw Silas Doty once hid with stolen horses in the 1800s. And hikers enjoy miles […]

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Kingston and St. Andrew: the “touristy” spots

6 sights in Kingston You really don’t know Jamaica in its entirety until you’ve visited the capital, Kingston. It is Jamaica’s most populous parish and the center of all government and commercial activity on the island. The cultural mix is ​​evident – with several downtown gang-controlled communities and a vibrant downtown. Kingston is not really […]

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How ‘Black Bird’ on Apple TV+ pays homage to the late Ray Liotta

Each episode of “Black Bird,” which airs Friday on Apple TV+, begins with the caption, “The following is inspired by a true story.” Now, TV shows inspired by true stories are in spades these days; the cachet attached to something that “really happened”, if not accurately portrayed by often very famous actors talking about made-up […]

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What is your tolerance for high gas prices?

What is your breaking point when it comes to fuel costs? RV Trader What is your breaking point for fuel costs this summer? Will you stay out of the national park system if you have to pay more than $4.50 per gallon, or $5 per gallon? On my recent road trip through Wyoming, Nebraska, and […]

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City of Pueblo takes steps to improve Lake Minnequa bike paths and hiking trails

PUEBLO, Colo. (KRDO) – The City of Pueblo is working to improve Lake Minnequa, transforming the space for cyclists and hikers. Officials say it’s part of a larger plan to make the city’s trail network more connected. According to the Pueblo Department of Public Works, the new Lake Minnequa Link Trail Project will construct a […]

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The Best Freshwater Sources in Florida

Florida’s beaches are undeniably pretty, but if you’ve ever been to Daytona or Cocoa Beach, you know they aren’t always the crystal clear, sparkling blue seas you imagined. The general appearance of the ocean can change from day to day and season to season, with some months marked by murky, choppy waters and others blanketed […]

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“Our National Parks” offers impressive images

Last week, the United States Supreme Court limited the fight against climate change to the Environmental Protection Agency with the Sackett v. EPA decision. Therefore, when I saw former President Barack Obama’s documentary “Our National Parks” on Netflix, I thought I would watch it. For me, climate change is the biggest problem facing the whole […]

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Governor Dunleavy vetoes $10.5 million for Alaska Long Trail project

A runner descends the Crow Pass Trail, part of the Historic Iditarod Trail, a route Alaska Long Trail supporters say the trail would take. (Lex Treinen/Alaska Public Media) Governor Mike Dunleavy’s vetoes to the state budget last week included a cut of about $10.5 million in funding for the Alaska Long Trail project. The project […]

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10 Day Trips from Las Vegas to Get You Out of the City

Not only is Las Vegas home to an electrifying and entertaining atmosphere, but it also offers a range of day trips out of town. These routes take travelers to fascinating destinations, including the Grand Canyon and Area 51. The locations are often within a few hours drive. Day trips and thrilling experience of the dashing […]

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A domestic cat takes out a flying owl

Holy smokes, that’s a big target for a little house cat Usually cats only look for prey much smaller than themselves. Owls are generally a large bird, this one is quite a large species. He’s the one who probably feeds a little on cats himself. So, maybe his revenge? Either way, it’s a cat-eat-bird, bird-eat-cat […]

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Construction begins on controversial water project in Lake Malawi National Park

The Malawian government has launched construction work for a water project inside Lake Malawi National Park, despite legal challenges and sustained protests from conservationists who say the project threatens biodiversity and the park’s archaeological sites recognized by UNESCO. According to eyewitness accounts, construction vehicles are currently blasting boulders, razing rocks and uprooting trees, tearing up […]

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Arlette Laan will soon be the first hiker to hike all 11 National Scenic Trails

In about a week, a Massachusetts woman is expected to reach the eastern end of the Wisconsin Ice Age Trail, becoming the first hiker to complete all 11 U.S. National Scenic Trails. Arlette Laan, whose trail name is “Apple Pie,” had about 200 miles remaining on the 1,200-mile trail last week. Once she reaches the […]

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Chalet SBS / Silvia Acar Arquitetura

Chalet SBS / Silvia Acar Arquitetura © Alberto Ricci + 28 To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984597/chalet-sbs-silvia-acar-arquitetura Area Area of ​​this architecture project Area : 517 ft² Year Year of realization of this architectural project Year: 2021 Photographs Manufacturers Marks with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: REKA, Atlas, […]

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New Live Series: Summer on the Farm

Summer has arrived and it’s time to leave the city streets and go to the countryside. Of course, not everyone can take this trip, but the good news for anyone who craves open spaces and rural idylls is that Channel 5 is putting the country to good use with a new series of Live: Summer […]

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Lieutenant Governor: “I would support a national marine park”

THE outgoing Lieutenant Governor – Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton – would “support the idea of ​​a national marine park”. Sir Stephen also said the island’s coast, and many of the trails around it, could also benefit from special safeguarding – perhaps by extending the boundaries of the already established Jersey National Park. Conservationists […]

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To take a walk! The final leg of the Cherry Creek Regional Trail will be underway soon

Construction begins in July and will be complete by Memorial Day 2023 For many in Douglas County, the Cherry Creek Regional Trail is our backyard connection to a quiet evening stroll, listening to the birds chirping while watching the cottonwoods dance at dusk. For others, the trail is a […]

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How to be a respectful tourist in Hawaii, according to a local

Before your trip, spend time researching Hawaii — and not just the best beaches. Learn about Hawaiian culture, history and values. There’s more to Hawaiian culture than beaches and hula dancing. The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua When planning a trip, in addition to planning your itinerary, it is important to know your destination beyond the main […]

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Judge denies injunction sought by Rock Creek Cattle Co. to continue blocking trail construction | Local

DUNCAN ADAMS Rock Creek Cattle Co. lost a round Friday after a more than four-hour hearing focused on whether part of a road Powell County wants to use for a recreational trail is a county road. District Court Judge Ray Dayton did not comment on the condition of the road. Instead, it found that Rock […]