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This weekend looks truly springlike

We have a most springlike weekend — both days! — on tap. Temperatures throughout much of  our land will be in the mid-60s under mostly cloudy skies. That leaves so many options. 

Before we get to organized options, if you’re looking to hike on your own this weekend, remember that this gorgeous weather brings out hordes of occasional hikers, and that finding a slice of solitude might be more challenging than usual. It doesn’t have to be that way, however, as we noted in Wednesday’s blog, “It’s Spring! Here’s how to avoid crowded trails.” Find it here.  read more

GetOut! Explore our lesser-known State Parks

It’s the last weekend of summer, but on the trail it’s beginning to feel like fall. And that means many of the trails we love year-round are getting lots of love from the seasonally infatuated. 

Many trails — but not all.

Finding the trails less traveled was the focus of our first Lunch with GetHiking! gathering at noon today. If you missed it, you can catch it in reruns here. read more

Your weekend: Water and dark — the keys to beating the heat

Carvers Creek: paddle a swamp
Carvers Creek: paddle a swamp

The heat, as Glenn Frey once declared, is on. Temperatures this weekend could hit triple digits, meaning one of two things for the outdoor inclined: play on the water or play during the cool of the night.

Coast

Forecast high Sunday for Spring Lake in the coastal plain: 101. Lordy! read more