Abbie Mood

Lexington, South Dakota, Northwest Florida, Dubois, Grand Canyon National Park, Denver, Burnsville, Southwest Virginia, Channel Islands National Park, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Boulder, Joshua Tree National Park, San Francisco, Durango

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  1. Centennial Trail - Hiking

    South Dakota

    The 111-mile Centennial Trail starts at Bear Butte State Park, continues through the Black Hills National Forest, and ends in Wind Cave National Park. The distance makes it great practice for a longer through-hike like the Appalachian Trail or the Pacif...

  2. French Creek Natural Area - Backpacking/Camping

    South Dakota

    The French Creek Natural Area in Custer State Park is not for the faint of heart, but this pristine getaway is perfect for anyone looking to truly get in touch with nature.

  3. Missouri River in Pierre - Backpacking/Camping

    South Dakota

    The Missouri River runs right through Pierre, South Dakota, on its way down to Nebraska. There are miles of trails to explore along the Missouri, and a few great camping options along its banks.

  4. Spearfish Canyon - Rock Climbing

    South Dakota

    Spearfish Canyon, just outside of Spearfish, South Dakota, has almost 700 established climbing routes. The rock is limestone, with crimps, pockets, and overhang.

  5. Lake Oahe - Scuba Diving/Spearfishing

    South Dakota

    Lake Oahe is the 4th largest man-made reservoir in the United States, and has 2,250 miles of shoreline with 51 different recreation areas. Visitors can dive here year round, and there are channel catfish, largemouth bass, walleye, northern pike, white c...

  6. LaFromboise Island and Farm Island - Trail Running

    South Dakota

    LaFromboise Island Nature Area and Farm Island Recreation Area have almost 30 miles for trail runners to explore, with plenty of opportunities for outdoors fun and wildlife watching.

  7. Angostura State Recreation Area - Flat Water Paddling

    South Dakota

    Angostura State Recreation Area, near Hot Springs South Dakota, has 36 miles of shoreline and the best sandy beaches in the state.

  8. How to Explore One of Colorado's Lesser-Known Adventure Towns

    Durango

    Nestled in the San Juan Mountains of Western Colorado, Silverton is a small town with big adventure. Here's how to make the most of a visit.

  9. Get Off-Road with Colorado’s Rock Pirates OHV Tours

    Durango

    Explore Colorado's amazing southwest Rocky Mountains with Rock Pirates OHV tours. Based out of Silverton, this adventure outfit offers a unique way to crawl, cruise, and cavort up Colorado's adventurous 4x4 territory.