Robert H Treman's Gorge Trail In New York Will Transport You To Another World. Posted in New York May 29, 2017by Lea Monroe Despite the fact that the month of May is almost entirely behind us, the majority of New York has still been experiencing rainy days that should’ve remained in April.
Only making us further appreciate the beautiful weather that we do get, our residents have been running for the hills at any sight of sunshine. A great way to make the most of your time, exploring this one hiking trail will make you feel like you’ve left the Empire State. 9 Amazing Flea Markets In New York You Absolutely Have To Visit. Posted in New York March 16, 2017by Lea Monroe While all of the snow outside may be throwing you off, spring is in fact almost here!
Along with many of our other favorite things, one of the best parts about warmer weather means that we’ll soon have the opportunity to once again do some outdoor shopping. The Haunted Old Mill Is Michigan's Spookiest Paranormal Museum. Posted in Michigan March 22, 2017by Sophie Boudreau Are you a fan of all things spooky?
Have you ever thought about exploring ghostly occurrences for yourself? If so, you’re in luck — there’s a haunted museum here in the Great Lakes State that embraces its paranormal activity, and you’ll find yourself frightened in the most fun way possible. For more information about the Haunted Old Mill Museum, ticket prices, and paranormal investigation dates, click here. Have you visited the mill? Day trip ideas in Upstate NY: 40 fun places to visit. By Alaina Potrikus | Contributing writer A day trip in Upstate New York can lead to all kinds of adventures.
Take a selfie with statues of women's rights legends Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. Coquina Beach Is One Of The Most Underrated Beaches In North Carolina. One of my favorite parts about this state is that it seems like almost daily, I’m discovering new places and things to do.
While we know North Carolina is filled with some of the most beautiful beaches in the U.S., some that earn spots on coveted ‘Top 10’ lists, some of our more under the radar beaches are the true slice of paradise. When I learned about the whimsical and uniquely scenic Coquina Beach and the coquina rocks at Kure Beach, I couldn’t believe this had been hiding in my state and I had yet to discover it. Coquina Beach is located on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore and not far from the historic Wright Brothers monument. This undeveloped slice of paradise is a refreshing sight to other beaches dotted with residential and retail spaces. You get nothing but nature here and that's part of the draw.
Coquina Beach is named for the unique and colorful coquina clams that are spotted along the OBX. 12 Scenic Hikes In New York Under 5 Miles. Posted in New York April 16, 2016by Lea Monroe Our state is far from flat.
New York is famously known for its astonishing 46 high peaks, which to aspiring hikers can be more than a bit intimidating. Perhaps you’re looking to view our state from as high up as possible without adventuring a long distance, or maybe you’re just looking to take a short hike to a relaxing spot. With Mother Nature slowly but surely breathing life back into the gorgeous outdoors, we’ve begun to feel the itch that drives us to explore more. Backpacks packed and ready for an adventure?
From the trailhead this hike is one mile round trip! Travel Archives - Mason-Dixon Knitting. Adventures near and far, often involving knitting but always in beautiful places. - Choose Your Trip - Sort by Take a spin around this Norwegian city of surprises with our textile-mad guide, Dianna Walla.
A knitter’s armchair visit to Scotland. A Rambouillet ramble: the sheep of Versailles. Our newest contributor, Dianna Walla, takes us to her favorite spots in this charming Norwegian town. The 14 Most Beautiful Vineyards In All Of New York. Posted in New York April 23, 2017by Lea Monroe With the steady increase in temperature, New Yorkers all across the state are finding the need to quench their thirst more frequently.
On a warm day it’s always nice to stumble upon a local lemonade stand, but some of us more interested in a beverage that has a little bit more of a kick to it. Interested in discovering what beautiful vineyards lie within the Empire State? Let’s find out below. 41 New York State Parks Within a 2-hour Drive of Rochester · Day Trips Around Rochester, NY. Most of our beautiful New York State Parks have 2 things in common; hiking trails and water.
</p> New York State has more than 7,500 lakes, ponds and reservoirs and more than 70,000 miles of rivers and streams. Paddling on these water bodies can take the form of canoes, kayaks, and rafts. Many lakes, ponds and rivers in the Adirondacks and Catskills provide paddling opportunities without motorized boating. Paddling is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, view the forests and mountains and watch wildlife on the water and along the shore. Information on paddling safety, rules, and etiquette. Boating & Paddling. Places to Boat DEC provides many boat access points at campgrounds and fishing access spots in the Adirondack and Catskills. This includes both car top and trailer access sites. The publication titled "New York State Boat Launching Sites (PDF)" (2.96 MB) has recently been updated. It contains a listing of boating access and launching areas available to the public. Other helpful information on launching and retrieving your boat and aquatic invasive species is included.
Summer hikes in Upstate NY: 10 easy hiking trails to enjoy the sun. Summer hikes in Upstate NY: 10 easy hiking trails to enjoy the sun Stretch your hiking legs during Upstate New York's summer season. Take advantage of the beautifull waterfall views that are especially scenic thanks to snowmelt and seasonal rains. One (or all) of these 10 short, easy hikes will prime you for more hiking later on. 15 waterfalls in Upstate NY to see in person before you die.
Summer hikes in Upstate NY: 10 easy hiking trails to enjoy the sun. 15 waterfalls in Upstate NY to see in person before you die. Summer bucket list for Upstate NY: 45 fun things you must do before fall. Summer bucket list for Upstate NY: 45 fun things you must do before fall. 15 waterfalls in Upstate NY to see in person before you die. Day trip ideas in Upstate NY: 19 fun places to visit. Updated February 20, 2017 Posted May 27, 2016 Day trip ideas in Upstate NY: 19 fun places to visit A day trip in Upstate New York can lead to all kinds of adventures. Take a selfie with statues of women's rights legends Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. Chase waterfalls from Niagara to the gorges of Ithaca to Ausable Chasm in the Adirondacks. Get wet at water parks in Canandaigua or Old Forge and catch sunsets on Million Dollar Beach in Lake George or atop Mount Defiance at Fort Ticonderoga. By Alaina Potrikus | Contributing writer Photo: Scott Schild Advertised as the "High Line of the Forest," the Wild Walk gives visitors a chance to walk among the trees on a trail of bridges at the 81-acre Adirondack campus.
Photo courtesy of The Wild Cente Guaranteed to delight young audiences year-round, Santa's Workshop near Whiteface Mountain has been an Adirondack tradition since 1949. Photo: Mike Lynch for newyorkupstate.com Photos by Mike Lynch for newyorkupstate.com. Welcome to Barefoot Landing. 9 hikes to see dazzling waterfalls in Upstate NY. 9 hikes to see dazzling Upstate New York waterfalls Upstate New York is filled with natural wonder and beautiful scenery; sometimes, though, getting to some of that beauty requires a little effort. So put on your hiking boots, grab your camera (and a good, sturdy tripod, if you've got one) and take a walk to see one of these beautiful waterfalls.
Many of these hikes are easy, a few are more challenging, but all lead to scenery that's sure to make it worth the time and effort. By George Owens | email@example.com David Lassman | firstname.lastname@example.org The Salmon River Falls Unique Area is located in the town of Orwell in Oswego County. Brochure Cost: Free Hours: The park is open sunrise to sunset year-round, but some trails, including the Gorge Trail, are only open from May to mid-November. 9 hikes to see dazzling waterfalls in Upstate NY. Craft Lives Here – Little Button Craft. Autumn Leaves, Scenic Drives.
Spotters in the Mt. Arab and Tupper Lake areas expect just past peak foliage this weekend with 85-90 percent change and saffron, clementine, russet, burnt sienna, ochre, cinnamon, and scattered paprika leaves of above average brilliance. With the unseasonably warm temperatures the leaf peeping extravaganza will continue providing an ideal time to take a paddle on the many waterways to snap the perfect reflection photo and climb one of the many peaks in the Adirondacks to absorb the vivid panorama.
Spotters in Crown Point in Essex County expect 75-100 percent change, with more change to come in the valley, while the flanking hill and mountainsides are more colorful. Overall, there will be near peak to peak conditions. The Unrivaled Canyon Hike In New York Everyone Should Take At Least Once. There's A City Of Waterfalls In New York And It'll Steal Your Breath Away. Take This Road Trip To New York's Most Abandoned Places. Robert H. Treman State Park. Trails Update Robert H. Treman State Park is an area of wild beauty, with the rugged gorge called Enfield Glen as its scenic highlight.
Winding trails follow the gorge past 12 waterfalls, including the 115-foot Lucifer Falls, to where visitors can see a mile-and-a-half down the wooded gorge as it winds its way to the lower park. Campers can choose from tent or RV sites or cabins. Enjoy nine miles of hiking trails, or swim in a stream-fed pool beneath a waterfall. Chatham, MA. There are few experiences like being lost in a your craft…or a great book. Books transport you into your imagination, and keep you there until the very last page. A Great Yarn might not have to largest inventory on books on Cape Cod, but the 7,500 titles we have certainly represents the most eclectic collection of high quality reading material you’ll find east of the canal.
Map of WaterFalls of the Finger Lakes.