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Enjoy, play, ride or hike at the Chinese Peak Blackrock Trail System

Dave Pacioretty, Pocatello Field Manager>>Hello folks, Welcome to the Pocatello Field Office, where the BLM manages approximately 610,000 acres of public land throughout southeast Idaho. What’s really unique about the Pocatello Field Office is it’s close proximity to the city of Pocatello. Within minutes from downtown, one can come up and enjoy the outdoor and public lands with a variety…

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HIKE WITH ME SHOW ME YOUR BOOTS

Take my hand let’s go for a hike, put on your helmet and jump on my bike, Let’s go for a ride to the nearest path, along the way we can stop to pick up trash. It feels so good to help the planet, pop out your booty so you can tan it. Exploring each other as we increase in…

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Episode 5: “Hut Hut Hike”
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Episode 5: “Hut Hut Hike”

What’s our ETA on sunscreen reapplication? Oh shit, Jake texted me. No way! What did he say? He wants to go out! Yaaaas!! When? Saturda– What? He wants to go… hiking Okay, walk me through the plan again. Okay, so the way I see it Jake is my best option for breaking the dry spell. Right. Like he’s clearly interested…

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How to Prepare for a Hike

– Hi, I’m Jennifer Williams and I’m the Docent Program Coordinator at Midpen and part of my job is making sure that visitors know what to expect and have a great time when they’re out on the trails. Midpen is a regional greenbelt system in the San Francisco Bay area. It’s comprised of over 60,000 acres in 26 preserves. Things…

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Guess Who Walked to Scotland with Me?

Hello, I’m up the Bay Horse Inn in Westwood Burn and I’m waiting for a special guest I wonder if you could guess who it is. We’re going to head up into the Cheviots. If you haven’t already guessed… I’m out with… Alan Metalman Alan: At last the legend So we’re at Barrowburn He’s asked me to take him into…

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SUU Semester in the Parks
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SUU Semester in the Parks

It kind of seemed like it was made just for me. You know, it was meant for sophomores who needed some more general ed credits and who loved the outdoors and wanted an experiential education. A beautiful experience but also very useful for my education. Learning about the outdoors without sitting in a classroom actually experiencing it which is really…

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Take a (Yoga) Hike
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Take a (Yoga) Hike

[upbeat music] – What Yoga Hike is is just like it sounds. I mean, we hike and we do a little yoga. [music] The trails are so nice. We do the 2.8 mile Onion Creek trail. I love how the trails are carved out. They’re easy to follow. Any age level can hike. [music] So we do a little warmup…

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