Hiking News

In The Woods We Return To Reason

Ralph Waldo Emerson was both a lecturer and poet, and a leader of the Transcendentalist movement in the mid-1800’s.  That philosophy was one that put forth the belief that there is inherent goodness within people and within nature. “NATURE” was an essay that was written by Emerson, and within it he suggests that divinity is infused within all of nature, ... Read More »

St. John’s Eve: Time To Take A Devilish Hike

By George Baird and Erica Obey St. John’s Eve, the summer solstice, means only one thing for us: a hike on the Devil’s Path.  (Devil’s Path is a hiking trail in the Catskill Mountains of New York).  It was a tradition we began when we actually attempted to hike all 25 miles over six 3500-foot peaks in one day – and ... Read More »

What’s Happening in Our National Parks?

Check out these 31 great pictures of our National Parks at Business Insider Olympic National Park Washington State’s Olympic National Park is celebrating its diamond anniversary this past weekend – becoming a national park on June 29, 1938 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park is exploding in wildflowers at the moment, including Shooting ... Read More »