Winter Hikes in Snowdonia National Park

Miners Trail Snowdonia

It covers more than 800 square miles and is the third most visited. Snowdonia National Park was designated in 1951 and since then, tourists have flocked to this rugged part of north Wales for its crystal clear lakes and rivers … Continue reading

Exploring the Adirondacks: Saranac Lake 6, Jackrabbit Trail, and the Visitor Interpretive Center

The glory of snow and clear skies on St. Regis.
Photo Credit: Tim Moody

For many outdoor enthusiasts, New York’s Adirondack Park, the largest in the lower 48 states, conjures up images of black bears, bugs, mud, and the famous 46 High Peaks. However, during the harsh winter months the park changes its tone: … Continue reading

Winter Hiking and a Touch of History Around Kit Hill, Cornwall

Brat Tor to Kit Hill

The Tamar Valley’s highest point owes its origins to over 5,000 years of human endeavour. Kit Hill – topped by a disused mine stack – sits between the wild and scenic Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor. Its Country Park covers over … Continue reading