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Bigfoot Sighting in Utah

A group of Utah campers claim to have been stalked by a Bigfoot creature during a recent trip into Provo Canyon. In typical poor-quality, jerky-running Bigfoot video fashion, the clip of the supposed creature lasts only 45 seconds–and is inconclusive. The campers claim the creature stopped and stared at them before they ran off, leaving all […]

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Cumberland Falls, Kentucky.

Moonbow Hike a Kentucky Favorite

Cumberland Falls State Park in Kentucky will be offering their “22nd Annual Moonbow Trail Trek” to Cumberland Falls on Saturday, October 27th. Participation is limited, so hikers should reserve their spot on the hike by October 25th. When there is a full moon and the skies are clear, the falls produce a pale moonbow, which has […]

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Outdoor Industry is Booming

The results are in from the Outdoor Industry Association: as far as the outdoor industry is concerned, there is not a recession. In a report entitled The Outdoor Recreation Economy: Technical Report on Methods and Findings, there is plenty of good news and uplifting statistics, including an impressive dollar amount: $388,627,998,140 spent on travel and gear for non-motorized […]

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Women Hiking: Oh Yeah

More and more women are hitting the trails these days. From hard-core AT through-hikers to ladies doing casual day hiking in their nearby parks and on neighborhood trails, it seems that nature offers a spiritual renewal for most women that take up hiking, as well as a sense of empowerment and accomplishment. I was not […]

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