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A Place Beyond seemed to have just landed on my lap during the disorienting year that was 2020. When met with a decision to either stay at home in isolation while taking online classes or be in a community with other college students in Prescott National Forest, Arizona, it was a no-brainer.
I grew up very outdoorsy, hiking and backpacking with my family. We lived the city life in Washington, D.C., but on weekends took to the trails nearby.  Family vacations let us escape the cars and tall buildings of downtown D.C., and embrace the towering Rocky Mountains in Colorado.
Hometown Hideaways is a series of blogs featuring top places to hammock around the U.S. This time we're in Florida! Each guide is curated by outdoor enthusiasts who live, work, and play in the region, sharing their insights and experiences on where to hang your hammock and enjoy the great outdoors.
Hometown Hideaways — New Jersey Hometown Hideaways is a series of blogs featuring top places to hammock around the U.S. Each guide is curated by outdoor enthusiasts who live, work, and play in the region, sharing their insights and experiences on where to hang your hammock and enjoy the great outdoors. Explore your backyard with us, you don’t have to travel far to find adventure.
Camping can be an immensely enjoyable activity, spending time with friends and loved ones in the natural splendor which is the great outdoors.
The Canary Islands are nothing if not a varied holiday destination, at once offering the horizontal tranquility of golden beaches and the rugged beauty of Lanzarote’s stark, volcanic landscapes.
Looking for a fun way to get off the internet and get outdoors? Interested in joining a worldwide treasure hunt that even includes treasure in your own hometown? Geocaching is a global, outdoor, treasure hunt that allows players to find treasure, or “caches,” using GPS-enabled devices (including smart phones).
Vacations are necessary to maintain a healthy life balance and a happy head, but sometime’s you feel you need a vacation to recover from your vacation! Here are 3 tips to help you relax like never before and enjoy every second of your time away in the outdoors.   1) Take your shoes off One of my biggest regrets is that, after returning from a recent trip to Ireland, I realized I never actually stepped foot in that breathtaking country. The only time I took my shoes off was with a huge sigh of relief in the hotel after an endless day of walking. Digging your toes in the earth, making that physical connection with a new place, is something I find important in getting the most out of an outdoor trip. Getting in touch with nature requires actually touching the nature. Touching with your hands is nice (and still important), but to truly get grounded in nature, we have to ditch the barrier: our shoes. So whether it’s boots, Chacos, or tennis shoes; take ‘em off for a moment. Bare hiking isn’t for everyone. As a tenderfoot, its definitely not for me. So just dig your toes into a...
The Blue Ridge Parkway is dubbed as “America’s Favorite Drive” and it definitely lives up to its name. There are more than 450 miles of road to drive and nearly 100,000 thousand acres of land to explore! Here are five must see places on the Parkway!

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