Hiking in United States of America

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Crater Lake

Crater Lake has to be one of the most beautiful lakes I’ve ever seen, it’s absolutely awe-inspiring. Located in southern Oregon, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United Sates at nearly 2000 feet. Interestingly, there are no rivers flowing into or out of the lake, which is probably a contributing factor for it’s brilliant blue color and clarity. I visited Crater Lake National Park during a beautiful Fall day, but after seeing pictures of the area covered in snow, I cannot wait to go in the winter someday…it’s a place of immeasurable beauty. Fees: $10 for car and $5 for motorcycle (7 day pass)
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White Oak Canyon Trail

The hike to the first waterfall is a gradual climb and about a mile and a half. It's dog-friendly, unlike Old Rag - and much easier too. If it has rained be aware that you may have to ford a couple of streams. There are lots of rocks on the trail so be careful if you have ankle problems. The hike is within Shenandoah National Park. Be sure to get there early to find parking!
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Lakefront Trail

The Chicago Lakefront Path is a beautiful promenade next to the harbor. Starting from the Hyatt Regency,in the company of a collegue,I walked all the way along Chicago Lakefront and Navy Pier which is at the shoreline of Lake Michigan. Folks of all kinds were enjoying the lake by running, cycling, roller blading, boating, walking or just sunning themselves.
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River Walk

One of the best places I have ever seen where there is scrumptous food, culture, architecture all thrown in together. A canal runs in the midst of the city and malls and restaurants run parallel to this canal. You find ducks randomly roaming around among the crowd. There is so much energy in the place that it automatically charges you. Visit this place preferably after dusk.
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Trips Stories

A hike to Kinder Scout ( Water over the edge) was one of the similar day....

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Of course there is much more to see in the United Kingdom....

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We passed by Trinity Church, the Hancock Building, Boston Common and overlooking the golden dome of the Massachusetts State House....

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From the Mojave to the Hoover Dam, and finally the Grand Canyon, some of the south-westernmost stretches of the United States are as filled with historic iconography as they are beautiful expanses of desert wilderness....

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But I thought the choice was obvious, State Route 212 it was....

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We are FINALLY GOING TO AMERICA!...

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The hubby and I found ourselves at Kaibab National Forest, right before entering the State of Utah....

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Augustine the historical town of America is one of the oldest settlements in the country and we drove from Gainesville to St....

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My first post, today’s prompt is about my everlasting love for a tiny island in the middle of the ocean where I was raised, Key West, Florida....

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The Colorado Trail is unarguably one of the greatest hiking adventures in the United States....

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Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Located in the east-central part of the state near Brooksville, the 48,000-acre Sam D....

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We walked along the Reflecting Pool and viewed the Constitution Gardens, Vietnam War Memorial and Korean War Memorial finally reaching the Lincoln Memorial built to honor the 16th President of the United States....

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Vegas was always on my list of places I needed to visit in the United States during my #BussingUSA trip....

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Till this day we have visited 40 states....

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Originally from Hyderabad, Ravi moved to the United States and then to Canada....

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Also, we both were wearingKeen’s McKenzie water shoes which had excellent traction to help us with our hike....

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Whenever I would hear the name of Boston, only 3 things would come to my mind......

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I have been to most of the 50 states that comprise the United States of America - 49 of them to be exact – with Alaska the only one I’m yet to visit....

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The steakhouse by the lake side is a treat for all steak lovers out there. 10/10 on ambience Located at some 290 miles from Vegas, the immense Grand Canyon is the most famous natural attraction in United States....

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A year ago a client of mine came back raving about her trip to Mardi Gras and said I had to go!...

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