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Posted by: budgettravel in Canada, Fun Activity, Hikes, Interesting Natural Feature 9 months, 3 weeks ago
O Canada! Canada has so much natural beauty to enjoy. From snow-capped mountains that surround you, to teal blue glacier-fed lakes, to actual glaciers you can touch, Canada has so much to experience and appreciate. Here are a few amazing places we visited.
Posted by: budgettravel in California, Fun Activity, Interesting Natural Feature, United States of America 10 months ago
We arrived at Pacifica Municipal Pier at around 7:30am. We came to crab. My brother had researched the different piers to crab for Dungeness crabs, and had come to a conclusion that this was the best one for such activity.
Posted by: budgettravel in California, Hikes, Interesting Natural Feature, United States of America 11 months ago
Sierra Buttes Fire Lookout Trail
The Sierra Buttes are a series of crags in the Lakes Basin in Northeastern California. At 8587 feet above sea level, the Buttes are the highest peaks in the Lakes Basin. The Buttes are composed of erosion-resistant rocks exploded from undersea volcanoes about 350 million years ago. Gold was mined here in the mid-to-late 1800’s. In 1869, a 106 pound gold nugget was uncovered near the Buttes.
Posted by: budgettravel in Fun Activity, Hikes, Interesting Natural Feature, United States of America 1 year ago
The Road to Puna
The Road to Puna (also known as Kalapana-Kapoho Road) is lined with many tree canopies. The windy road made its way mostly along the coast, with frequent views of waves crashing along the shore.
Posted by: budgettravel in Hikes, History, Interesting Natural Feature, United States of America 1 year ago
Spencer Beach to Hapuna Beach via Ala Kahakai Trail
The Ala Kahakai Trail is an old trail from the time of the Hawaiian Kings connecting the Kings' roads and fisherman's trails. Currently, only small portions are maintained and signed as hiking trails. From Spencer Beach to Hapuna Beach is a 5-6 mile return hike with fairly minimal elevation gain with occasional short climbs onto lava rocks. Spencer Beach at the north end looked to be a local beach, with many local campers.