Holiday Gift Guide for Outdoor Lovers

We understand how hard it can be to find the perfect holiday gift for those you love. So if you are looking for a gift for an outdoor lover, this is the post for you! This holiday gift guide was created for hikers by hikers! *Disclosure: Some of the links below are...

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2018 Fall Hiking Guide

Fall has quickly become one of my most favorite seasons. I grew up in Southern Louisiana and Mississippi and moved to Texas after college so I never really experienced a true Fall season. I still remember the first Fall after we moved to the Upstate. We drove up to...

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Darkside Cliffs

Darkside Cliffs, finishing off at 1 mile round trip, is a perfect trip for the whole family. Park off of Pineola Rd, spots are very limited, then head across the gravel road to begin your trek. As you begin walking, you will immediately notice you are in a...

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A Few of Our Favorite Hiking Treats

If you have been following our blog, you know that we love eating almost as much as we love hiking. So of course, we like to have good food when we are on the trail. We thought we could share a few of our absolute must have treats when trekking through the mountains....

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Tamassee Knob

It is a tradition among our friends to hike on New Year’s Eve. (This way we get to burn a few extra calories so we can fit in a few more drinks without feeling guilty. ha) This past New Year’s Eve, we decided to hop in the car and head to Oconee State Park to hike...

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When I Realized I Loved Hiking

It was only a handful of years ago - back in 2015 - that I realized hiking was something I had any interest in. Now, a trip up the mountains is all I want to do on the weekends and the thing I think about during the week. Looking back, the journey to my love for...

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Wildcat Wayside

School is officially out and summer is in full swing. If you are looking for a trail that is perfect for the little ones, then this is the trail for you! Wildcat Wayside is a 1 mile loop trail that is just minutes away from Caesars Head State Park. Parking for this...

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A beginner’s guide to hiking lingo

If you have ever been around a group of hikers on the trail, you might have left the conversation feeling a little like this: Hikers have their own lingo that can seem confusing and frustrating to newbies. Unfortunately, there isn’t a google translate option for this...

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Mountain Bridge Passage and Lake Wattacoo

Mountain Bridge Passage trail and Lake Wattacoo trail are partly in Caesar’s Head State Park and partly in the Ashmore Heritage Preserve. With a couple small waterfalls and a nice lake view, these trails make for a pleasant hike.   There are a few main parking areas -...

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How To Plan A Day Hiking Trip

If you have never been hiking before, it could be rather overwhelming trying to figure out where to begin. Well let me start by saying that it doesn’t have to be complicated to get out and explore the great outdoors. You don’t need to own a ton of fancy gear or have...

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Three Items to Splurge On

Hiking and backpacking are some of those activities that you can spend as little or as much money on as you want. Products come in a wide range of prices depending on what you are looking for and most of the things you’ll need on the trails won’t need to be bought...

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Brissy Ridge and North Lake Loop

Paris Mountain State Park is one of the greatest assets in Greenville. This beautiful park has more than 15 miles of hiking and biking trails. With it being only a few minutes away from downtown, it is a great place for a weekend getaway or even an after work retreat....

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