Month: August 2020

Hiking

How to Prep for Your First Overnight Backpacking Trip

Overnight backpacking trips are both exciting and hard work. When you’re spending the night out, the mental freedom, the knowledge that a fun trip will last even longer, might cause you to overlook necessary preparations. Let’s take a look at some basics of how to prep for your first overnight backpacking trip.  Tip #1: Do...

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Rafting/Kayaking

8 Essential Kayak Fishing Tips for Beginners

Why go kayak fishing? First, kayaks help you fish off the shore. Second, they help you fish where other small fishing boats are not able to maneuver because of the shallow water or thin access points. This is what makes kayak fishing both unique and enjoyable. Here are 7 essential kayak fishing tips for beginners, …...

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Camping

Top 5 Places to Go Camping Near Albany

Whoever said New York State was all glass skyscrapers, concrete streets, and blocked-out sky? There’s a thousand and one places to pitch your tent or park your RV in and near Albany, New York. Take a moment or a night to escape those skyscrapers, walk green grass, and see the sky in all its glory …...

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Dive and Snorkel

Diving in Volcanic Reefs

Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, and holds one of the two international airports in the area–incredibly accessible for any tourist or diver. The Canary Islands were created through volcanic eruptions, so much of Tenerife is volcanic. With the latest eruption in 1909, the volcanoes have long been dormant, but the lava...

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