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Hikes Around The World

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Ross Common, Wind Gap, PennsylvaniaRoss CommonWind Gap, Pennsylvania#appalachiantrail #hikeRicketts Glen State Park, Luzerne County, PennsylvaniaRicketts Glen State ParkLuzerne County, PennsylvaniaSo worth the drive. #waterfalls #hikeMoundsville, West VirginiaMoundsvilleWest VirginiaMoundsville Walking Trail #walk #hike #hiking #biking #exercise #trail #westvirginiaPiatt Park, Monroe County, OhioPiatt ParkMonroe County, OhioVery cool rock overhangs.Appalachian Trail &amp; MNRR Station, Kent, ConnecticutAppalachian Trail &amp; MNRR StationKent, Connecticut#appalachiantrials #hike #ctSleeping Giant State Park, Hamden, ConnecticutSleeping Giant State ParkHamden, ConnecticutAmazing fall hike! #fall #hike #sleepinggiant #ct <img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f342.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f341.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f343.png' >Acacia Reservation, Lyndhurst, OhioAcacia ReservationLyndhurst, OhioA beautiful hike through the new metro parks.Conkles Hollow State Nature Preserve, Hocking County, OhioConkles Hollow State Nature PreserveHocking County, OhioThis place is amazing! The hiking was fun and challenging without being difficult. There were beautiful views from the trail around the top of the...Hocking Hills State Park, Hocking County, OhioHocking Hills State ParkHocking County, OhioMy absolute FAVORITE of the over 300 photos I took will hiking throughout Hocking Hills State Park! This multi-tiered natural masterpiece had to be...Clear Creek Nature Preserve, Hocking County, OhioClear Creek Nature PreserveHocking County, OhioThe head of the Hemlock trail in the snow at Clear Creek Metro Park.Slate Run Metro Park, Pickaway County, OhioSlate Run Metro ParkPickaway County, OhioA shot of one of the bridges along the hiking trails crossing over this mostly dry section of Slate Run Creek.Walnut Woods Metro Park, Franklin County, OhioWalnut Woods Metro ParkFranklin County, OhioThe Columbus metro parks purchased the land of a defunct tree farm and carved out a new metro park. It is a bit surreal hiking amongst groves of...Highbanks Metro Park, Delaware County, OhioHighbanks Metro ParkDelaware County, OhioA bright green ring of moss around the base of a tree trunk. Spotted along the trail during the winter hike at Highbanks Metro park.Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve, Erie County, OhioSheldon Marsh State Nature PreserveErie County, OhioShedon&#39;s Marsh in Huron, Ohio is a great spot for checking out the local fowl and short to mid-range hikes through the marshlands. Walk a little...Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, Clifton, OhioClifton Gorge State Nature PreserveClifton, OhioClifton gorge state nature preserve - beautiful but easy hike along the fast flowing gorge.Cheltenham Badlands, Caledon, OntarioCheltenham BadlandsCaledon, OntarioIt&#39;s hard to believe that the Cheltenham Badlands are only an hour&#39;s drive from downtown Toronto. Located on the Niagara Escarpment northwest of...Van Buren State Park (Ohio), Van Buren, OhioVan Buren State Park (Ohio)Van Buren, OhioA view of the muddy brown lake and the sunny blue sky.Van Buren Lake Dam, Van Buren, OhioVan Buren Lake DamVan Buren, OhioA view of the dam on Van Buren Lake.Van Buren State Park (Ohio), Van Buren, OhioVan Buren State Park (Ohio)Van Buren, OhioA view down the tracks that make up the western border of Van Buren State Park.Huffman MetroPark, Greene County, OhioHuffman MetroParkGreene County, OhioA path is mowed through the grass and wildflowers so you can stroll through the trees on the southern side of the park.
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          1. > 1y
            If you're hiking the Inca Trail in September, does anyone have any tips?!
          2. > 1y
            Yeah, I did it at the end of January. It gets quite cold at night so make sure to have extra layers for bed. Bring snacks for the trail to avoid low blood sugar. Get a hiking stick - there's one pass that is quite steep! Arrive in Cusco a few days prior so you can acclimatise, also but coca leaves and suck on them while hiking - it'll help to avoid altitude sickness. As will staying well hydrated.
          3. > 1y
            More than anything though - take your time and soak it all in, it's incredibly beautiful and a great experience! Enjoy!
          4. > 1y
            Bring warm clothing like layers, hats, gloves a good insulated coat. hiking boots. thermal running pants. rain gear. and anything else you might need
          5. > 1y
            hi wheres inca trail
          6. > 1y
            hi all how are you?
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            I am an Ontario hiker check out my site https://ontariohikingtrails.com/
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            hi tom and rosie and all
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          12. > 1y
            5 more weeks before I start my 4 day Inca trail adventure. little nervous ! about the second day. Just finished a 20 mile hike in haleakala on maui in 2 days altitude was only between 6500- 10000 ft. Anyone that has done it in May ? wet, cold ? Btw if you ever on Maui, make sure to hike Haleakala gorgeous !
          13. > 1y
            Anyone with plan to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro this year?
          14. > 1y
            Very extreme place for climbing, I think so.
          15. > 1y
            About to go for hike in inca trail this summer, anything i need to specifically know before going?
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