A spectacular hidden waterfall in the Mount Charleston Wilderness area located at the end of the trail is known as Big Falls. Have you seen it?
The Secret Waterfall In Nevada That Most People Don’t Know About The Secret Waterfall In Nevada That Most People Don’t Know About Despite popular belief, Nevada is home to many stunning waterfalls. They just take a little effort to find them! It’s the perfect time of year to go waterfall hunting, so grab your hiking boots and get ready for a little adventure. The hidden waterfall featured here is accessed by a relatively short but lovely hike through the Mount Charleston Wilderness. At the end of the trail, you’ll be greeted by the sight of a very tall, very beautiful waterfall. There’s no time like the present to check this waterfall off your list so be sure to see it soon.www.onlyinyourstate.comRead More
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While you are camping in Montana you should visit Absarokee and take a day trip on horseback. They also have cabin rentals.
The Guided Horseback Day Trip In Montana That Will Take Your Summer To The Next Level — If you’ve ever been horseback riding, you know how relaxing and fun it can be, especially when you’re trotting through some of Montana’s most stunning scenery. This summer, book a tour with Paintbrush Adventures and you can ride through the beautiful Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness for hours. And no worries if you’re not an equestrian – your tour will be completely guided. www.onlyinyourstate.com
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It’s kinda like we all instinctively know that being outside makes us feel better but here is an article that gives more proof that indeed it does. Check out this article and let us know what you think.
Two hours a week spent outdoors in nature linked with better health — Just 2 hours a week spent in nature, such as parks and woodlands, seems to be enough for people to feel healthier and happier www.newscientist.com
Spending just 2 hours a week in green spaces such as parks, woodlands and fields has been linked with people feeling healthier and happier.
The health benefits of being out in nature have been well-documented and will seem common sense to many of us, but until now no one has quantified exactly how much time might be beneficial. The magic number emerged from analysis of a survey of 20,000 people in England, who reported how long they spent in natural environments in the past week, plus their health and well-being.
While individuals who spent less than 2 hours in nature were no more likely to report good health or well-being than those who spent no time there at all, those who spent more than 2 hours had consistently higher health and well-being levels.
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