Maroon Peak to North Maroon Peak Traverse | Pitkin County, Colorado |

The Maroon Peaks are rugged and technical fourteeners to climb. This route summits Maroon Peak and then traverses along the ridge to North Maroon Peak. Follow the summer trail up the south ridge to reach Maroon Peak. From Maroon Peak to North Maroon Peak traverse the ridge which will involve extreme exposure on both sides through loose talus and cliff ledges. There are 3 technical spires to » Read More

Teller Farms | Boulder County, Colorado |

Teller Farm route follows a gravel road that wanders through charming farm land. It makes for a great family ride or run. It is mostly flat with just a little bit of elevation gain towards the end. You can see a “tank” in view from the beginning which marks your destination. The surrounding scenery is very pretty. » Read More

Saint Mary's Glacier | Clear Creek County, Colorado |

Saint Mary's Glacier is located close to Denver and offers a short adventure with incredible views. The first section leads to Saint Mary Lake which is also the bottom of the glacier. Up to this point the hike is easy and you will already have spectacular views. The next mile leads to the top of the glacier where the views of the front range are worth the short trek. » Read More

Trails in Motion Ride | Hartford County, Connecticut |

This road biking adventure follows the same route that the annual Trails-in-Motion tour uses each June. The Farmington River is one of the primary scenic features on this adventure; you will likely spot kayakers, canoeists and fishermen. You will always ride past the historical Collins Company Mill and the Canton Historical Museum. » Read More

Weathering nodules of the ear Oslo Hudlegesenter

Weathering nodules of the ear er hvite kuler som kan ses på øreflippen. De er vanligst hos eldre som har vært mye i solen. De trenger ingen behandling…
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Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge | Sussex County, Delaware |

The Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a sanctuary for migratory birds and lies along the western shore of Delaware Bay. The refuge contains a variety of habitats, including freshwater and salt marshes, woodlands, grasslands, ponds, and forested areas. It supports 267 species of birds and a variety of reptiles, amphibians, and mammals. This trail begins as a gravel path and soon passes by the » Read More

Smyrna River | Kent County, Delaware |

The Smyrna River is a tidal river very similar to the Leispic River. The first mile and a half below Smyrna Landing runs past high, wooded banks that appear to be man-made, probably dredge spoil from years past. But once beyond Mill Creek, this becomes a beautiful marsh tour. The limited perspective of a canoe hurts here as the height of the riverside reeds often denies the paddler of an apprecia » Read More

Wadsworth Falls State Park | Middletown, Connecticut |

Wadsworth Falls is the highlight of this adventure and is spectacular enough to have named the whole park after it. There are several trails in the park, this one takes you past Little Falls and Wadsworth Falls. The trail winds through thick forest that includes a variety of flora with cedar, birch, poplar and maple trees. In the summer there are blue bell, black raspberries and striking deptf » Read More