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- Change Agents. MULLINS-COHEN, GINA // Parks & Recreation;Mar2014, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p10
An introduction is presented in which the author discusses articles within the issue on topics including an interview with the U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, need for children to engage in outdoor physical activities in the U.S. and disappearance of the monarch butterfly.
- SEASON STARTERS. BASTONE, KELLY // Backpacker;Mar2014, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p50
The article offers information on several locations for outdoor trips and hiking trails in the U.S. including Austin Creek State Recreation Area (SRA) in California, Tunxis State Forest Trail in Connecticut and Sandy Neck Beach Park in Massachusetts.
- MOUNTAIN HIGH. Whittle, Kate // Missoula Independent;7/11/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 28, p41
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- ITINERARY. // Cincinnati Magazine;Jun2004, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p32
The article discusses tourist getaways in Westerville, Ohio. Deer Creek Resort and Conference Center has 110 guest rooms with private decks or patios and 25 fully furnished two-bedroom cottages. The Harding Cabin, which sleeps eight in three bedrooms, is listed in the National Register of...
- Go Fish. Nickens, T. Edward // Backpacker;Aug2003, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p26
Presents a brief background of several destinations suitable for angling in the U.S. wilderness. Trails popular in the Arkansas/Missouri border; Sites perfect for anglers to visit in Idaho; Species that can be caught in the tea-colored lagoon, Atchafalaya Basin located in Louisiana.
- 3 Days In Paradise. Dorn, Jonathan; Lanza, Michael; Howe, Steve; Nelson, Dan A. // Backpacker;Aug2003, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p36
Presents a guide for hikers in camping and outdoor life in North America. Attractions featured in the Waimanu Valley located in Hawaii; Destinations perfect for hiking in the Great Gulf Wilderness located in New Hampshire; Canyons that can be seen in Utah.
- Take a Hike. // World Almanac for Kids;2006, p56
Tips and advice for going hiking are presented. There is no better way to learn about and experience nature firsthand than to walk through it. Most established trails in national and state parks are well maintained and safe for a day's hike. But there are some ground rules you should always...
- WHY HIKE? Klein, Adam G. // Hiking (9781599289595);2008, p6
The article presents the benefits of hiking for people of all ages. It notes that hiking is one way of enjoying the nature and the wilderness. It says that hiking is a good exercise that keeps ones body to be strong and active. It points out that hiking helps to relieve stress while enjoying the...
- Separation Anxiety? Piven, Josh // Scouting;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 98 Issue 4, p64
The article discusses things that should be done when one losts way on trail. The author tells that by following some rules, one can not get lost like not hiking alone, following marked trails, bring a compass, whistle and map etc. The author tells if one follows a false trail and losts path,...