Tagged: hike

Anthony’s Nose Hike

I have no idea who Anthony is, but we hiked up his nose. If you’ve ever crossed the Bear Mountain Bridge over the Hudson River in New York you have seen Anthony’s Nose. When...

What Elliott wears on a hike

by Elliott Taylor – Denali New Haven Thermoball Vest Thermoball technology by The North Face is simply one of the best synthetic insulations on the market. In vest form it is the perfect layering...

Why we like Buffs

No, I’m not talking beach bodies, I’m talking about the multifunctional tubular headwear. My me, Buff was love at first use. There was a time that I would use bandannas under my cycling helmet...

What Tiffany Wears on a Hike

Knowing what to wear on a hike is important. If you are not comfortable you will not enjoy yourself. In turn you may not want to go out again. This is especially important in...

Farm River State Park

When I read on the Connecticut State Tourism website that Farm River State Park in East Haven was one of their Top 10 hiking destinations in the state I figured I should go check...

Walden Preserve, Salem

By Kathy Duggan Walden Preserve in Salem, Connecticut includes 400 acres of fields, young forest, wetlands and streams with marked trails. The main trail is relatively flat, wide and easy; side trails are moderately...

Mt. Hale, New Hampshire

If you happen to be up in New Hampshire heading to the Mount Washington Inn for an afternoon adult beverage why not stop at one of the many trailheads and do a quick 4000...

Westward We Go: Zion

Day 9: Zion (This is the final installment in a 9 part series. Click here to go back to day 1) Our last day of touring National Parks started again before sunrise. This morning...