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Quebec City, Canada, is located 296 kilometers (184 miles) from Montreal and is known for the famous Fairmont Chateau Le Frontenac European-style resort with spectacular views of the St. Lawrence River. Besides being the most photographed hotel in the world, it is also known for its rich history. Locals callRead More →

After years of hitting the streets and navigating your city, it may seem like nothing can excite you anymore. You are wrong, a world of adventure awaits you. If you are ready to explore your city and this beautiful country, you will find a thrilling, adrenaline-filled, action-packed adventure at everyRead More →

Hunters and outdoor enthusiasts traveling to Pennsylvania’s state-owned forests this fall will find additional roads open in 18 of the state’s 20 forest districts, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced. (DCNR). “DCNR will open over 533 miles of National Forest Roads which are normally reserved for administrative use.Read More →

With a much-appreciated drop in temperatures, September 22 ushered in the first official day of to fall. People look forward to cooler temperatures and the leaves changing color and crunching under our feet. Autumn is the perfect time of year to warm up with loved ones and enjoy what theRead More →

There’s something for all seasons. Sponsored by Yakima Valley Tourism. YAKIMA, Wash. — If you’re going to take an outdoor lesson, Rimrock Lake is the perfect classroom. “This lake is so special, it’s breathtaking. It’s huge,” said Shannon Mahre. “You’re not even going to see everything today, because it’s soRead More →

JoJo plays trombone in the school orchestra, which he enjoys very much. After school, JoJo attends a program at the YMCA and enjoys spending time with her friends. JoJo loves electronics, likes to ride her scooter, likes to ride her bike, play outside, swim and play sports. He loves Tae-KwonRead More →

With the hot summer weather here, participating in outdoor activities brings a host of psychological and physiological benefits, says Samantha Harden, associate professor at the Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Exercise and one Virginia Cooperative Extension specialist. “Outdoor activities are an opportunity to get back to nature and ‘disconnect’Read More →

With a flight time of only 4.5 hours from Singapore and sharing the same time zone as Singapore, Western Australia offers a certain change of scenery. In case you haven’t heard, the region has reopened its borders to international travelers on 3rd of March. Here is a range of outdoorRead More →

Bill Hilts Jr. June 11-19 – 38e Southtowns Walleye Association Annual Walleye Derby. You must be a club member. June 12 – Western NY Environmental Federation Quarterly Meeting at Hoak’s Restaurant, Hamburg from 1 p.m. June 12 – Final day, National Fishing and Boating Week. June 12 –Read More →

Registration is open for the free summer Poudre River Trail-athlon with outdoor activities for all ages. To begin summer adventures, pick up a Trail-athlon Adventure Kit in Greeley at Lincoln Park Library, Centennial Park Library or Farr Regional Library. In Windsor, pickup is available at Windsor Severance Library. The kitsRead More →

From sprawling city parks and pristine beaches to stunning regional vineyards, discover the best outdoor activities to enjoy in Australia’s sunniest city LIberally dotted with verdant parks, lapped by aquamarine waters and gently buffeted by Indian Ocean breezes, nature never feels far away in Perth. It is a city thatRead More →

SUMMER 2022 TRIP – Are you looking for a city that offers local shops, breweries, restaurants and outdoor activities? Look no further than Burlington, Vermont, just a three-hour drive from the Capital Region. “Burlington is tough to beat, especially when the weather warms up,” said Jeff Lawson, director of destinationRead More →

For two and a half years, the outdoors has been a sanctuary. It was relatively easy there to maintain social distancing and mask-wearing discipline could take a break. “It has been the oasis,” noted James Hanlon, golf pro at Farms Country Club in Wallingford, at the start of the pandemicRead More →

After a long winter, it is essential to get outside, enjoy the sun and the breeze. New York City is famous for its refined urban lifestyle, tasty cuisine and spectacular shopping malls. This charming haven is the ideal place where outdoor adventures abound, from rock climbing to water sports. ItRead More →

From the Summer Sizzle concert series to Homecoming Celebration and the Big Splash Aquatics Center, lots of outdoor activities will keep Grove City Parks and Recreation staff members worried about the weather through the upcoming summer season. And that’s fine by Superintendent of Parks and Recreation Kelly Sutherland. After twoRead More →

Book your room in magical Messenia Athens, May 4, 2022 – The award-winning sports tourism event Navarin Challenge celebrates tenand year by unite people of all ages and abilities across sports. Amateur and professional athletes from Greece and abroad will visit Costa Navarino and Pylos, Messenia, on October 21-23, 2022.Read More →

On the morning of April 21, a bus convoy carrying students from 14 Berkeley County schools entered the Moncks Corner Recreation Complex. Accompanied by a guard of honor and a torch lighting ceremony, the One Berkeley United event finally came to fruition. One Berkeley United started as an idea thatRead More →

Get ready for tons of year-round fun along Muskegon Lakeshore. By Cary Estes on April 27, 2022 Muskegon / From basking in the summer sun to frolicking in winter wonderland, the Muskegon Lakeshore region offers plenty of places for outdoor activities and plenty of ways to enjoy them. “IfRead More →

Governor Dan McKee today announced approximately $4.8 million in rewards that will allow eligible small businesses to expand their ability to do business abroad. Funded by Governor McKee’s Rhode Island Rebounds initiative, the Take It Outside program will fund 21 intermediary organizations to support outdoor activities for small businesses. ExamplesRead More →