Why Using Maps Still Make Sense When Hiking

While we focus on using our mobile phones or GPS devices, there are still several reasons why we should continue using maps while hiking. Maps initially showed up on the walls of caves surfaces and clay tablets that travelers us as we started to explore our world. 

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How To Choose The Right UV Clothing When Hiking

We’ll remember the year 2020 for several reasons. There’s the COVID problem, the economic collapse from it, and the extra time we spent together with our families.  Vacations in 2020 are looking much different than in previous years. Instead of going to theme parks, people are choosing to get back to nature.

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5 National Parks With Abundant Hiking Trails

 If you have not been to a lot of America’s National Parks, you need to know that it has some of the most incredible scenery and amazing hiking trails. With over 760 wilderness areas from coast to coast, our designated natural areas protect a variety of locations.

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Alaska – Tutka Bay Lodge

This cooking school and cabin lodge is at the remote point of Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. The lodge provides the Alaska element with savory meals and big adventures. There is plenty to do, from yoga sessions on the dock to kayaking or hiking the ridgelines of the bordering 1,000 acre Alaska Mountain Range.

New York – The Point

In the very early 19th century, the Gilded Age elite developed log estates as opposed to log cabins at their upstate escapes. This extravagant lodge is tucked in against a background of vibrant vegetation and springtime blossoms. You can defeat the summer heat by wake boarding or kayaking, and stay cozy in the winter months by cross-country skiing on the snowy routes.

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