It’s that sweet time of year again, when Santa can be spotted on top of Camelback Mountain. Whether you’ve been naughty or nice…he is bound
Category: Hiking Etiquette
How to Mentally Survive this Thanksgiving
The Final Countdown has started, and Thanksgiving is upon us! I don’t know about you, but Thanksgiving tends to bring up a variety of mix
Hiking Etiquette Doesn’t Have To Be Hard.
READ THESE TIPS FOR NEWS YEARS HIKES Imagine this scene: It’s New Years Day and you have decided to get out of the house and
Before hitting the trails in 2020, know the etiquette
Happy New Year! With the new year comes a lot of new hikers hitting the trails. Which is a great thing to see! For this
Is Social Media Destroying Nature?
The Great Social Media Debate To post pic’s of your favorite hiking spots or not? That is the question. Is social media destroying our favorite
Opinion: Should You Leave Water for Other Hikers?
The other day I had a dilemma along the hiking trails in South Mountain. Okay, so I’m all about respecting and following the leave no
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