Hieroglyphic Canyon: A Boulder Hopping, Canyoneering Adventure to the Top of the Superstitions
With many sunny, bright, crystal blue skies and warm day time temperatures in the 60’s and 70’s, winters here in the beautiful state of Arizona are absolutely gorgeous and the dream of many. Along with its near perfect weather conditions, winters in Arizona are also ideal for getting out and exploring all the beautiful and spectacular desert mountain scenery and canyons right within a stone’s throw distance from the Phoenix metropolitan area. As one of my all time favorite places to explore during the winter months, towering high above the city, out over to its eastern side, one of the largest mountain ranges, and in my opinion, one of the most beautiful and gorgeous, are the Superstition Mountains, located just 50 miles from the Phoenix area.Backpacking: Antidote For The Winter Blues!
Ever find yourself withdrawing at summer’s end with the approach of winter? I did-that is, until the magical idea of spending time immersed in winter dawned on me and I pursued the unthinkable: winter backpacking! The experience dramatically changed my perspective on this oft-dreaded season.The Incredible Lakes of New Zealand
New Zealand is lucky enough to be filled by an abundance of crystal clear, majestic lakes spread right throughout the country. From the calm, aqua blue waters of the South Islands to the powerful lakes of the North Island, visiting each one is an experience not to be missed.Costa Rica’s Ecological Blue Flag Program: Best-Of-The-Best Beaches
Every years, thousands of people travel to Costa Rica to enjoy its beaches along two tropical oceans. With hundreds and hundreds of great beaches, only about 80 have been certified as Ecological Blue Flag beaches. These are the best-of-the-best beaches.Adirondacks Backpacking: A Hike Up Bald Mountain To The Rondaxe Fire Tower
Looking for a relatively easy climb with a big reward? Bald Mountain’s Rondaxe trail may be just what you’re looking for! At just under a mile in length the trail promises a spectacular view of the Fulton Chain of Lakes.Enjoying the Sea of St Ives
St. Ives offers a great place to have an amazing family holiday. The popular St. Ives holiday cottages are available if you are wondering where you should stay. St.Ives holiday cottages are known to be spacious, secure, comfortable and luxurious.Visiting the Becky Falls Woodland Park With the Family
When you stay at the holiday cottages, you are provided with access to many of the popular Torquay attractions that you must visit. The holiday cottages are comfortable, luxurious and spacious. You can have a lot of options as far as choosing the holiday cottages are concerned.All About Tel Aviv’s Downtown Things To Do
Tel Aviv is the most progressive city in Israel, and always stacked with tourists every month of the year. It includes the city of Yafo, which is a small port town along the coast. This city is only a short distance from the largest city in Israel, Jerusalem, and about 100kms from Haifa.Visit the Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Parks in Dartmouth
The town of Dartmouth is abundant in wildlife and many natural attractions that you and your family can get the chance to see. The Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park is one place where you and your family can see many unique animals and creatures. At the Park you will see different kinds of animals such as lions, wallabies, meercats, and many more.Walking At Night In The Lake District
Now that all the fuss of Christmas and New Year is over we can get back to the proper business of being on the fells! Why not try something different this year and head out after dark? January and February offer some of the best opportunities for a moonlit walk with this time of year having the highest luminosity.Terrific Reasons for Family Vacations in Siesta Key
There are many things to do in Siesta Key, in the Sarasota area of southwest Florida. There is the Myakka River State Park, The Ringling Mansion and the Ringling Art Museum, the Salvador Dali Museum, Mote Marine, and much more. Some attractions are great for the kids but there are also fun babysitters for the kids if adults need a few hours for grown up relaxation.Visit Finland’s Iso Syote
Imagine breathing in clean, fresh air and listening to the peaceful sound of nature softly whispering through silent forests. Finland’s idyllic countryside is too often overlooked as a holiday destination yet its incredible contrasts make it an extraordinary place to visit.All You Need to Know About New Zealand’s National Parks
Are you looking for an adventure of a lifetime? Are you an adrenaline junkie or someone who wants to take a walk through some of the most untouched landscape in the world? There’s a reason New Zealand is proud to be the world’s youngest country, the rolling landscapes, rugged wilderness and unforgettable coastline are at the heart of this small country. A visit to New Zealand and its National Parks is one you will treasure forever.Finland’s Koli – Mont Ventoux of the North
Koli National Park in Finland can be seen as the Mont Ventoux of the North. Its breathtaking panorama has inspired painters and composers likewise and today is part of Finland’s cultural identity.Bass Fishing Boats Catch The Fish, Right?
I personally started out with a 10 foot John boat and then I bought a 14 foot bass boat with a 115 hp Mercury outboard. And then I stepped up to an even bigger and better one, it’s a 17 foot bass boat with a 150 hp Mercury Black Max. Both of my bass boats have all the bells and whistles, trolling motors, depth finders, live wells, etc. The Jon Boat has a 9.5 hp motor and a trolling motor. I did slightly modify the boat by building in a live well.