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Blog / 24.04.2018

The best weather for camping is when it is warm and sunny. Warm weather reduces the amount of luggage and makes planning the whole trip much easier. What do you do then when you need some relaxation that can only come from an outdoor camping experience but the weather forecast looks forbidding? You don’t have to postpone your camping trip to when the weather allows. With a few modifications and better planning you can still for your camping expedition and have a wonderful time at it. Here are camping tips for...

Uncategorized / 19.04.2018

The awe-inspiring sights and sounds of Niagara Falls are life enriching. Akin to the visceral sensation of realising one’s own insignificance when faced for the first time with an image of deep space. Except deep space is far away. It’s huge and important and as close to indefinable as any piece of galactic real estate can be, but it is nevertheless way over there, somewhere. Niagara Falls is up close, very loud, and unstoppably brilliant. Witness over 600,000 gallons of water as it thunders over a 167 ft (51m)...

Blog / 18.04.2018

If you are looking for the best place to visit for rock climbing, it is important that you take the time to carefully examine your options. There are a lot of places in the U.S. that offer amazing opportunities for this particular activity, but you don’t want to choose just any of them. The more you learn about these destinations, the easier it will be to choose the right one for your next climbing trip. 1.     Slade, Kentucky The Red River Gorge in Slade, Kentucky offers some of the most...