Category: Waterfalls

5 Days in Colorado

5 Days in Colorado

On Valentine’s Day 2020, I bought my husband and I tickets for Wardruna in Brooklyn, September 2020. (Today) February 21st, Wardruna released their first song from their upcoming album, scheduled to be released June 5th, 2020. Wardruna. Listening to their new song made me wonder why I never finished sharing my Colorado adventures from October…

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Reflection and Reminiscing: 2019

Reflection and Reminiscing: 2019

2019 was full of amazing adventures! Honestly, I always want to share everything I learn after discovering new places, but this year was so busy it was difficult for me to keep up. Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Italy, Canada. A couple layovers in London, and a drive through Slovenia. Massachusetts, Maine, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado.…

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Discovering Cohoes Falls

Discovering Cohoes Falls

Overlook Park & Falls View Park Cohoes, New York – 2019 Overlook Park: Open year round Falls View Park: Open May 1st – November 1st, sunrise to sunset The first time I tried to visit Falls View Park, it was March and still closed for the season. Although the sun decided to shine brightly that…

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Iceland Waterfalls

Iceland Waterfalls

I still can’t make up my mind which waterfall in Iceland was my favorite. Each was uniquely fantastic, but I did notice something in common about the 3 waterfalls I was able to see. They were all broad! Faxi “Faxi is a small but broad waterfall along the Tungufljót in an area of broad, flat…

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Rock City Falls

Rock City Falls

Cottrell-Harrington Park There is this little parking area on Route 29 in Rock City Falls, NY. It is directly across from the old Empire Mill on the Kayaderosseras Creek (locally called the Kaydeross). A paved trail runs a short distance along the water with a couple of viewing platforms and a little gazebo. A little…

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Rocky Mountain Waterfalls

Rocky Mountain Waterfalls

 When you’re climbing mountains, if you’re lucky, you get to see waterfalls! Waterfalls have a way of mesmerizing me. Constant forward movement. Chattering noisily, wearing away mountains, ever so slowly. Refreshing. Enchantingly stimulating! Powerful. I thought I’d put together a post with some waterfalls I’ve gotten to enjoy over the years, but the list was…

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Last Day in Colorado

Last Day in Colorado

Colorado – Rocky Mountain National Park Longs Peak, Trail Ridge Road, Bear Lake, Horseshoe Falls – August 21st 2013 Trail Ridge Road Highest Elevation – 12,183 feet Bear Lake Trail Distance Round trip – .8 miles Alluvial Fan Trail Distance Round Trip –  .3 miles Characters – Alicen, Nathan A day off from hiking… Since it…

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Eight Northeastern Mountain Hikes

Eight Northeastern Mountain Hikes

I was surfing the internet and came across an arbitrary list. 14 Of The Most Unbelievably Beautiful Drives in America. I was completely dissatisfied with their list. I haven’t been on any of their amazing drives?! I looked at a few more lists on this “outdoor” website. Out of all the lists I looked at, I…

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