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by PT
Wed May 05, 2021 3:11 pm
Forum: Environmental Impact Photography Forum
Topic: South Beach Off Of Chatham, MA Is Totally Gone
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South Beach Off Of Chatham, MA Is Totally Gone

capecod1.jpg capecod2.jpg For the last 20+ years, we used to paddle out of Chatham, MA go up the inside of South Beach and stop for a picnic lunch (X to X route in image #1). It was about a 3+ mile paddle out and 3+ mile paddle return. This year a major winter storm hit Chatham and now the 2+ mile ...
by PT
Wed May 05, 2021 2:16 pm
Forum: National Parks Region 4 Forum
Topic: How To Photography Dead Horse Point
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Views: 1

How To Photography Dead Horse Point

deadhorse.jpg Dead Horse Point is not a National Park, but it is very close to Canyonlands and overlooks Canyonlands (and many people miss this opportunity when they visit Canyonlands). Information below is supplied by Terry Long (Outdoor Eyes Contributor). Dead Horse Point is 2,000 feet above the ...
by PT
Wed May 05, 2021 10:32 am
Forum: Environmental Impact Photography Forum
Topic: The 100 Year Flood
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Views: 2

The 100 Year Flood

flood1.jpg flood2.jpg In 2013, a 100 year flood hit Estes Park, CO. For many years, the town was warned that there was a potential for possible major destruction if the bridges over the rivers coming near the town were not raised or if the rivers were not widened to accommodate any major amount of ...
by PT
Tue May 04, 2021 12:23 pm
Forum: Camping Forum
Topic: How To Choose A Ground Pad
Replies: 0
Views: 7

How To Choose A Ground Pad

groundpad.jpg In purchasing equipment for the outdoors, I always use the same thought process. How often am I going to upgrade my equipment based on the new radical improvements that the manufacturer will come out with? How long before my existing equipment will become obsolete and I will have to r...
by PT
Tue May 04, 2021 12:13 pm
Forum: National Parks Region 5 Forum
Topic: Volunteer In The National Parks for Fun and Profit
Replies: 0
Views: 11

Volunteer In The National Parks for Fun and Profit

volunteer.jpg Okay, I'll admit that the title of this article appears to be an oxymoron. By definition, a "volunteer" isn't normally paid for his or her work, but in some cases there can be other compensation that makes donating your time and skills worthwhile. This can be especially true...
by PT
Tue May 04, 2021 12:07 pm
Forum: National Parks Region 4 Forum
Topic: Hiking Zion National Park, UT
Replies: 1
Views: 8

Hiking Zion National Park, UT

Zion National Park should be a MUST for any photographer, as a minimum, four times a year... once for each season. Not too many people will agree with me but Zion is divided into four areas. The most visited and easiest to see the sights is the canyon proper. Here, you're at the bottom of the canyon...
by PT
Tue May 04, 2021 11:51 am
Forum: National Parks Region 4 Forum
Topic: Glacier National Park Photo & Visiting Tips
Replies: 0
Views: 7

Glacier National Park Photo & Visiting Tips

If you're looking for outstanding opportunities for both outdoor photography and recreation, Glacier National Park in northwestern Montana ought to be on your list. The park's one million plus acres includes spectacular mountains and lakes, 700 miles of trails and a variety of ecosystems, from sub-a...
by PT
Mon May 03, 2021 3:33 pm
Forum: National Parks Regional Map (1-6)
Topic: National Parks Regional Map (1-6)
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Views: 32

National Parks Regional Map (1-6)

nationalparks.jpg Post your questions, stories and photographs in the correct Forum Region (1-6) based on the location of the National Park. Region 1: Maine, Ohio, Virginia, Indiana, Missouri, Minnesota, Wisconsin Region 2: Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina,Tennessee, Arkansas, Florida, Texa...
by PT
Sun May 02, 2021 3:08 pm
Forum: Camping Forum
Topic: I Have To Replace My Sleeping Bag
Replies: 1
Views: 17

Re: I Have To Replace My Sleeping Bag

Carol, Here's some things to think about (and you're probably aware of most of them as you already camp out with your sleeping bag): What seasons will you be camping? Each season (4-Seasons, 3-Seasons, 1-Season) has a temperature related to that season. You can't choose a 4-Season sleeping bag to be...
by PT
Sat May 01, 2021 2:12 pm
Forum: National Parks Region 3 Forum
Topic: Snowshoeing Up Hidden Valley In RMNP
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Views: 22

Snowshoeing Up Hidden Valley In RMNP

https://youtu.be/XMJs_IjMmP0 Hidden Valley was a local ski area attraction in Rocky Mountain National Park from 1955 - 1991. It is located off of Trail Ridge Road and still has the ski lodge at the base of the mountain and next to the parking lot. You can snowshoe or attach skins to your downhill s...