Category Archives: Hiking trails

Van Life // Exploring New York

After contemplating the practicality of owning a van, a couple decided to invest in a Ford E250, which they remodeled into their own comfortable house-on-wheels. Their initial van-life adventures across New York proved the vehicle’s value as a mobile shelter during impromptu trips. Despite a few comfort adjustments needed, the van’s convenience, security, and the ability to head off on new adventures make it a worthy purchase.

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Tonto Natural Bridge State Park

Exploring the Majestic Tonto Natural Bridge in Arizona’s Pine Forest Surrounded by mountains and pine, nestled in the Tonto national forest, lies one of the largest travertine bridges in the world, known as Tonto Natural Bridge. Natural bridges made of travertine are uncommon and a beautiful sight to see. The stalactites and stalagmites one usually pictures in the caverns below

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Chimney Bluffs State Park, a New York State Hidden Gem

Chimney Bluffs, on the southern shores of Lake Ontario, is a unique geographic landscape formed by years of erosion from waves and wind. The location offers amazing vantage points, well-maintained facilities, and nearby attractions like the abandoned Girl Scout camp in Beachwood State Park. The park provides an intriguing peek into the past for history enthusiasts and thrill-seekers.

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