Enjoy my love of hiking and sharing my favorites with you.

Welcome To Narnia

Our first real snowfall happened this week and that meant I could break out the snowshoes. I always have places that I return to year after year, during all seasons, and always seem to have a new experience. A local park in the town I grew up in is one of those places. It is … Continue reading Welcome To Narnia

Acadia National Park

After an 8 hour drive, I was lucky enough to spend a weekend in Bar Harbor, Maine, with my sister, her fiancĂ© and his family. We rented an Air BnB 15 minutes from Acadia National Park and spent the weekend taking in as many hikes as we could. Our adventures included: A 6am sunrise on … Continue reading Acadia National Park

Crane Mountain

If you like an adventure, then this is the hike for you. Equipped with ladders, great views, and a pond with watering holes, this hike had it all. There are two options to the summit, one is a shorter hike that includes the ladders, the other is longer and brings you around the pond to … Continue reading Crane Mountain

Chimney Mountain

This hike has made its way into one of my top favorite hikes. Not only did the hike provide a great workout, but the caves and views from the top were incredible. When I first pulled into the parking lot I was greeted with 20+ bluejays! I have never seen so many in one area. … Continue reading Chimney Mountain

Sawyer Mountain

I took this Sunday adventure solo. The trail was located near Blue Mountain Lake. and it is a short 2.1 mile round trip hike. I think it took me longer to drive here, than hike the mountain. But it was well worth it to get out and enjoy a nice fall day and to take … Continue reading Sawyer Mountain

Watch Hill Trail

To celebrate the Indian summer we had this October, we decided to hike a trail in Indian Lake. We were lucky and caught the last weekend that the leaves were in the peak of their change. This trail offers a few different options, such as Watch Hill Foot Trail, X-Ski Trail and an alternate trail … Continue reading Watch Hill Trail


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