The wide open spaces attract people of all ages. The fresh air is hard to resist and the benefits of spending time outdoors are so many that it behooves everyone, including the elderly, to answer the call of nature. According to researchers from the United States Department of Agriculture ForestRead More →

Visitors flock to West Virginia in search of many treasures, but one we don’t often think of is that our remote, pristine areas lend themselves to a light pollution escape. For scientists and astronomers, it is precious and rare in this country. Today, Watoga State Park in Pocahontas County isRead More →

According to an announcement by Governor David Ige, travelers from outside the United States will once again be able to visit Hawaii after the new federal guidelines come into effect on Monday, November 8. In a separate statement, the governor provided information on indoor and outdoor gathering rules. A reportRead More →

When you think of central Ohio and the Columbus area, you might not think of it as a destination for outdoor enthusiasts; however, the outdoor scene in Columbus has grown considerably in recent years. With developments adding green space before construction, they have created environmentally conscious and conscientious growth givingRead More →

Built along rolling hills and a lazy river, Cincinnati promises urban adventures for everyone. The Queen’s City has some of the best parks in the country, and it’s a key hub for Ohio’s ever-expanding trail system. Cincinnati is the starting point of the epic Ohio-Erie Multi-Use Trail, connecting Cincinnati toRead More →

SAN FRANCISCO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Now, as summer is in full swing, UserTesting, a leading provider of on-demand human analytics, has conducted research to examine the outdoor activities that adult men and women participate in at the United States, how far are they willing to travel to pursue theirRead More →

With summer officially here and the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions across the country, many people will be turning to grills, barbecues and other outdoor gatherings, including fireworks, to enjoy the warm weather. As July 4 approaches, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is providing important reminders and guidelines for safelyRead More →

Drive the High Road from Santa Fe to Taos for the beauty and seclusion of remote landscapes. The 56-mile-long High Road winds through historic villages and past the Santuario de Chimayo, a church famous for its healing land. We shopped at the galleries featuring pewter artwork, straw sconces, statues ofRead More →

For many people, the summer of 2020 has been unlike any other in recent memory. Public health restrictions caused by the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic have resulted in the cancellation of festivals, concerts and other events. Many holidays and major celebrations have been limited or suspended. Despite the changesRead More →