Photo Blog: Last Week's Outdoor PODs
posted Apr 20, 2014 by mtbgreg1
Every day of the week we feature an excellent user-submitted camping or hiking photo as our¬†Photo of the Day. Just in case you missed one or two from the past week, here are the seven most recent PODs that we‚Äôve published: Scenic gondola ride, Monarch Pass,...
Video: "Tails from the Tetons"
posted Apr 19, 2014 by mtbgreg1
An electronic field trip from Grand Teton National Park: (Watch the video here.)
News: Bat White-Nose Syndrome Pushing West into Wisconsin
posted Apr 17, 2014 by AJ Heil
As of last week, the first confirmed presence of White-Nose Syndrome was found in Grant County of Southwestern Wisconsin. ¬†White-Nose Syndome is a bat disease that has spread to 23 states and killed up to 5 million bats in the past decade. ¬†WNS is deadly to...
Interview: Understanding Cave Closures and White-Nose Syndrome
posted Apr 16, 2014 by AJ Heil
Jennifer Redell is a Cave & Mine Specialist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) and the¬†Bureau¬†of Natural Heritage Conservation. ¬†The photos included here are from caving activities of guided groups in Southeastern Minnesota that demonstrate ethical caving activities in areas free from White-Nose Syndrome. Tripleblaze:¬†In...
Hemlock cliffs is a beautiful hiking area,with plenty of off trail exploring locations that are breathtaking!! Me and my wife...
Excellent and clean facilities! Trails for hiking and dirt bike, river fishing and canoeing, you can walk to the train...
Mt Tom has trails for every taste. From a healthy trail around the lake, a 4 mile your legs to...
This is mostly a horse trail, its mostly in the direct sun.
Will need water boots & bug spray, the ticks were back last weekend.
You will need water boots & bug spray. This is also used for hunting so check the dates before heading...
Not much of a trail, tress were poorly marked.