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NYCB Tiler Peck will continue teaching another week live thru her instagram account. She is amazing at all levels. Join at https://www.instagram.com/tilerpeck.
I recently had the most illuminating and humbling experience. I visited Tanzania and climbed Uhuru Peak commonly known as Mount Kilimanjaro. I did not go there for charity or for any personal soul searching mission this was just one more mountain from a long bucket list. However, I have come home with the urgency to give a back a little of the joy I gained in just a few weeks. We live in a country where most people have everything and yet they are still so unhappy. On December 26, 2019 I observed as so many people from all over the world utilizing an array of outfitters awaited at the Tanzania National Park office for permits and for the porters to have their cargo weight, 50 kilos each unimaginable carrying this weight through the roughed terrain. Many of them did not even have the proper footwear, socks, backpacks, mat for sleeping and clothing. I was in wowed by how happy and animated they still were, for them this is a paid day, a way to make money to bring home to their families. PLEASE JOIN in the cause, if you have a pair of boots, backpack, a sleeping mat or sleeping bag that you have not used in a year or two chances are you are NOT going to use it. We will be in Breakneck at the large parking lot with shipping boxes
Itinerary Apr 30 Kathmandu: Arrival Day May 1 Flight to Lukla (Start Trek) May 2 Phakding To Namche Bazaar May 3 Namche Bazaar: Rest And Acclimatization Day May 4 Namche Bazaar To Phortse May 5 Phortse To Dingboche May 6 Dingboche: Rest And Acclimatization Day May 7 Dingboche To Lobuche May 8 Lobuche To Gorakshep And Everest Base Camp, Ebc To Gorekshep May 9 Gorekshep To Kalapathar And Pheriche May 10 Pheriche To Namche May 11 Namche To Phakding And Lukla (Last Day Of Trekking) May 12 Return to Kathmandu May 13 Kathmandu: Last Day of Program To Book your expedition contact Raine Gorter www.himalayanwonders.com; WhatsApp:[masked] or email [masked]
Bets Hikes in Acadia National Park June 1 - June 6 Camping, Hiking, SUP/Kayak, Biking. RESERVE YOUR CAMPSITE @ https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232508 1- Sun Rise at Cadillac Mountain Peak & Lunch at Jordan Pond House. Approx. 9 Miles. Campground - Cadillac South Ridge Trail – Cadillac Mountain Peak – Cadillac West Face Trail – Bubble Pond – Eagle Lake – Bubble Divide Trail – Bubble Rock Overlook – Jordan Pond House. (lunch) We can take the bus from here back to the campground (Free). 2- Beehive Hike and Beach Day (Bring Bikini & Speedo) Approx. 6 Miles. Campground - Quarry Path – Otter Cove Trail – Gorham Mountain Trail – Bowl Trail – Beehive Trail – Ocean Path – SAND BEACH (We’ll stay here for few hours) – Ocean Path – Thunder Hole – Otter Cove Trail - Back to Campground. Bike Day. Acadia's carriage roads are perfect for exploring Acadia National Park by bike. You won't have to deal with the congestion on the main park loop and fight for parking. We have 45 miles of crushed-rock surface is ideal for biking and there are loops of varying lengths, the carriage roads wind through the park’s mountains and valleys, with fantastic views and some challenging climbs, and over the uniquely designed stone bridges that are a highlight of Acadia. This loop passes by Witch Hole Pond, Eagle Lake, and Jordan Pond featuring excellent views of each. Most of the route is beneath the foliage, breaks in the foliage along the southern end of the loop and atop Day Mountain offers spectacular views of Mount Desert Island and the Atlantic. BIKE HELMET REQUIRED. SUP – Kayak – Sunset 1- BASS HARBOR MARSH Approx. 4 Miles. The marsh provides a relaxed environment for beginners and pros alike to explore shallow waters. 2- STONINGTON TO ISLE AU HAUT Approx. 8 Miles This beautiful archipelago stretches south off the mainland of Deer Isle all the way to Acadia’s Isle au Haut. From the Stonington archipelago, paddlers are graced with amazing views of both Cadillac Mountain on Mount Desert Island and Mount Champlain on Isle au Haut. LIFE JACKET REQUIRED NY HIKING & OUTDOOR ADVENTURE GROUP LEGAL DISCLAIMER Waiver of liability - You agree when you sign up for this group or any of the events that you have read and understand the below. - If you join us for a hike (or any other event), please understand that you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being and will hold no one else liable in case of injury or mishap. You agree not to hold the Organizer, Assistant Organizers, or any other members of the NY Hiking & Outdoor Adventure Group responsible for any injuries, mishaps, or any other situation that may happen at a planned event or during transport to and from a planned event. You are responsible to research the event, know the area, and bring the proper gear. When applicable, you should review topographic maps and trail features carefully. Understanding the topography of a hike is key to knowing where you are, where you're going, and how to get back. - The NY Hiking & Outdoor Adventure Group does not provide liability insurance for the protection of individuals who may participate in any of the events planned by the Organizer or Assistant Organizers. - This release extends and applies to, and also covers and includes, all unknown, unforeseen, unanticipated and unsuspected injuries, damages, loss and liability. - Your attendance on an event signifies that you have read and accepted the terms of this liability waiver. By signing up for this group or event you understand that you are attending all events AT YOUR