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Photo Essay: Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton Park - This is a Photo Essay of Waterton Lakes National Park in Waterton, Alberta, one of Canada’s treasured tourist vacation spots. This area is a photographer’s dream especially for anyone interested in wildlife and landscape photography.
In the Media by Grace C. Visconti - 8 comments

Chinese terrifying 700 years old Chang Kong cliff hiking path

Consisting of wooden boards just wide enough for a single footstep, the vertical-cliff path was built more than 700 years ago, but now it's still a hit with daredevil tourists who navigate the mountains with a harness around their shoulders.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 4 comments

Several hikers stung over 100 times each in Arizona bee attack

Several hikers, including a 6-year-old boy, suffered hundreds of bee stings on an Arizona hiking trail. According to local officials, three people were hospitalized.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 10 comments

Even a hike in January can provide a scenic view of Tennessee Special

Tennessee is ripe with beautiful lakes, streams, rivers and natural areas perfect for a weekend hike, with perhaps some of the best lying half way between Nashville and Knoxville.
Digital Journal Report by Greta McClain - 2 comments

Taking a walk in Mississauga's Riverwood Park Special

Mississauga - Fall is such an inviting season, with the turn of the leaves, the welcoming of warm beverages, bountiful harvests and temperatures cool enough to let your hair down as you decide to take a walk through the colourful foliage.
Digital Journal Report by Alexandra Christopoulos - 3 comments

Review: Coos Bay Oregon beaches, lighthouses, hiking and biking

Coos Bay and Charleston, Oregon have super beaches, hiking and biking trails and of course plenty of lighthouses to enjoy.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Newfoundland's Gros Morne National Park Special

Deer Lake - I've travelled extensively around the world, yet I must admit I enjoy discovering my own country, as everyone should. One of the most beautiful places in Canada is Newfoundland and Labrador, located on the far eastern reaches of the nation.
Digital Journal Report by Bryen Dunn

Europeans embracing naked hiking

People in some European countries may soon be able to liberate themselves even more by spraying their genitals with DEET, and then hiking totally naked.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Breezy surfing in Lawrencetown, NS Special

Lawrencetown - Areas around Halifax saw a veil of snow yesterday, under overcast skies. However, the sunshine brought many adventurers out on this crisp Sunday morning.
Digital Journal Report by Sara Star - 8 comments

Starting a company during a recession can be a real adventure Special

In the midst of a recession, two young men decided to start a new business. Walkabout Adventures, a Flagstaff, AZ-based company, is the destination for clients from across the U.S. and around the world.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Tips to ensure family hiking trails don't turn into trials

Durban - Family hiking trips – those do-it-yourself walking holidays – require a lot of planning and preparation, but they generally cost significantly less than conventional holidays and leave you with far richer memories.
In the Media by Sharon Davis

Arizona hiker sustains head injuries in fall from butte

A twenty-two year old Phoenix man has been seriously injured after falling from a butte at Papago Park in east Phoenix yesterday.
In the Media by B. Thomas Cooper
 

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Topavon basecamp below Mount Shivling and Mount Meru.
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Topavon basecamp below Mount Shivling and Mount Meru.
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Streams  creeks and rivers abound between Burgess Falls and Center Hill Lake.
Streams, creeks and rivers abound between Burgess Falls and Center Hill Lake.
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Nude hiking
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The Prince of Wales Hotel at dusk  Waterton Lakes National Park  Alberta.
The Prince of Wales Hotel at dusk, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta.
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There are several streams and rivers that create mini waterfalls along some of the areas hiking trai...
There are several streams and rivers that create mini waterfalls along some of the areas hiking trails.
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A coyote watches me me closely as I do the same.
A coyote watches me me closely as I do the same.
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These hikers through fog could be boosting their eyesight clarity along with their overall fitness; ...
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These hikers through fog could be boosting their eyesight clarity along with their overall fitness; a long-term, large-scale UK eye health study suggested moderate physical exercise could help preserve vision.
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Wildflowers on the Bear’s Hump hiking trail in Waterton Lakes National Park  Alberta.
Wildflowers on the Bear’s Hump hiking trail in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta.
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The view from a hiking trail looking towards Center hill Lake.
The view from a hiking trail looking towards Center hill Lake.
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Balls Fall s  fall scenes.
Balls Fall's, fall scenes.
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A field overlooking the mountains at the entrance of Waterton Lakes National Park  Alberta.
A field overlooking the mountains at the entrance of Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta.
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There are several areas that create mini waterfalls along Little Hurricane Creek and Burgess Falls.
There are several areas that create mini waterfalls along Little Hurricane Creek and Burgess Falls.
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Tour the Grist Mill heritage building in the Ball s Falls conservation area.
Tour the Grist Mill heritage building in the Ball's Falls conservation area.
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The last viewpoint of the Bear’s Hump trail in Waterton Lakes National Park  Alberta.
The last viewpoint of the Bear’s Hump trail in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta.
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Gray Jays or Whiskey Jacks follow and perch close by when hiking at Strathcona Provincial Park in ho...
Gray Jays or Whiskey Jacks follow and perch close by when hiking at Strathcona Provincial Park in hopes of catching a snack from the hikers. They are very friendly and will feed out of your hand.
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A Golden-mantled ground squirrel at the top of Bear’s Hump  Crandell Mountain  Waterton Lakes Nati...
A Golden-mantled ground squirrel at the top of Bear’s Hump, Crandell Mountain, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta.
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Upper Falls at Ball s Falls conservation area.
Upper Falls at Ball's Falls conservation area.
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Stratcona provincial park trail head marker for Paradise Meadows.
Stratcona provincial park trail head marker for Paradise Meadows.
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Rambling groups will cross wide sandy beaches like this one near Llanmadoc
Rambling groups will cross wide sandy beaches like this one near Llanmadoc
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Lowr falls at Balls Fall s  fall scenes.
Lowr falls at Balls Fall's, fall scenes.
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