2017 Continental Divide Trail Thru Hike
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2017 Continental Divide Trail Thru Hike

It’s late. I’m searching for my other home, and I’m taking a path I don’t know: a little path that runs alongside the factories and the city intersecting through the forest. I’m just starting to get a glimpse of nature, when all of a sudden, night falls. I’m immersed in a world of silence, though I’m not scared. I fall…

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Hikers assaulted along Appalachian Trail
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Hikers assaulted along Appalachian Trail

NEWS AT SIX. I’M JESSICA JEWELL. I’M JESSICA JEWELL. A SUSPECT IS IN JEWELL. A SUSPECT IS IN CUSTODY AFTER A SUSPECT IS IN CUSTODY AFTER ATTACKING HIKERS CUSTODY AFTER ATTACKING HIKERS ON THE ATTACKING HIKERS ON THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL ON THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL IN SOUTHWEST APPALACHIAN TRAIL IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA. IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA. INVESTIGATORS VIRGINIA. INVESTIGATORS SHUT DOWN 16…

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Winter Hike on the Ozark Trail
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Winter Hike on the Ozark Trail

NARRATOR: Missouri is a different place in the dead of winter The air is clearer, cleaner, and the scenery is more dramatic with a fresh coating of snow. What better time to explore one of the state’s most majestic adventures, the Ozark Trail. – In the mid to late seventies, a group of landowners in Missouri including the Department of…

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Bryce Canyon Full Moon Hike
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Bryce Canyon Full Moon Hike

Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its and chanting arrays colorful and twisted pinnacles of rock called hoodoos. Sunlit scenes provide ample photo opportunities for visitors, but on most nights, when the sun goes down, the hoodoos sleep in the darkness hidden from view. Once a month, the full moon casts a new spell on the landscape. With a…

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