Molly Hurford

New York City, Boise, Cody and East Yellowstone, Dubois, Lander

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  1. Belmar - Surfing & Windsurfing

    New York City

    If you’re a serious surfer, Belmar is one of the top spots on the East Coast, especially in early September when it’s hurricane season and the waves are huge. Most of the time, it’s small swells and beginner-friendly though!

  2. Brooklyn Boulders - Climbing

    New York City

    Indoor climbing doesn't need to be painful, and at the Brooklyn Boulders Climbing Gym, it's actually a fun experience! This climbing gym definitely has a hipper vibe than most, so expect lots of tattoos, and take in the funky graffiti in the building.

  3. Central Park Bouldering

    New York City

    There aren't many places to climb outside in the middle of the city, but if you head to Central Park, you can tackle a few classic bouldering problems that have been around for 30 years.

  4. Harriman State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    New York City

    Beaver Pond Campground, a mere 25 miles north of the George Washington Bridge, is right in the middle of Harriman State Park and Bear Mountain. Right near the campsite, you can swim, run and hike, and if you're feeling adventurous, you can spend day exploring the vast parks just above the city.

  5. High Bridge Park - Bouldering

    New York City

    While it's hard to find outdoor climbing in the city, there are some hidden gems uptown. Grab your bouldering pad and head to High Bridge Park, Fort Tryon Park or Inwood Hills Park to explore!

  6. Horseshoe Cove - Backpacking/Camping

    New York City

    Horseshoe Cove is a great spot to camp for a day—or a week—to take advantage of everything Sandy Hook in NJ has to offer. Take the ferry from the city or drive in, and plan to enjoy some beach time... but not the kind you see on MTV's Jersey Shore.

  7. Jamaica Bay - Backpacking/Camping

    New York City

    In just 40 minutes, you can go from a hotel suite on Park Avenue to a rustic campsite in the park—Floyd Bennett Park in Jamaica Bay, to be precise. With tons of outdoor activities around, you'll want to camp for a couple days to take advantage of everything!

  8. Manhattan Community Boathouse - Flat Water Paddling

    New York City

    If you love to kayak but don't have space to store one in Manhattan, you can get a quick fix for free on weekends in the summer without ever leaving the city!

  9. Rockaway Beach - Surfing & Windsurfing

    New York City

    New York City has some hidden surfing gems! Head to the 92nd Street Jetty and get ready for an awesome day of surfing—or some beach time if the waves are low.

  10. SUP with the Manhattan Kayak Company

    New York City

    If you live or travel to Manhattan, it’s unlikely that you have the space for a SUP board in the house, so you’re probably planning to rent one. Fortunately, the Manhattan Kayak Company has you covered, with classes (including SUP Yoga!) and inexpensive rentals, plus tours for Advanced SUP’ers

  11. Day 6: The Grand Finale

    Boise, Cody and East Yellowstone

    After 350 miles, Cycle Greater Yellowstone comes to a conclusion at Yellowstone National Park. But who says just because the ride finished the fun needs to end?

  12. Day 4: Cycling from Driggs to Archer

    Boise, Cody and East Yellowstone

    Full of climbs and descents, the 60-mile leg 4 will take you through Snake Pass and down into Snake River Valley.

  13. Days 2 and 3: Driggs, Layovers, and a Solar Eclipse

    Boise, Cody and East Yellowstone

    The second leg of this tour is always spectacular fun, but this year, you get a bonus. That's right, a solar eclipse to top off a fun rest day Driggs.

  14. A Spectator's Guide to the New York City Marathon

    New York City

    Not up to running 26.2 miles, but still want to experience the action? These spots have prime viewing for the New York City Marathon.

  15. Beyond Manhattan—New York City's 4 Best Island Running Routes

    New York City

    The four best island running routes in New York for big views and smaller crowds are just a walk or ferry ride away from Manhattan.

  16. Explore the Bronx by Bike at the Tour de Bronx

    New York City

    The Tour de Bronx, happening October 25, 2015, is the largest free cycling event in New York City and a prime opportunity for two-wheeled sightseeing.

  17. A Runner's Guide to New York City Breweries

    New York City

    A run and a beer: what better combination is there? Find out how it's done with this runner's guide to New York City breweries.

  18. Beat the Heat: Best Swimming Spots in New York

    New York City

    Rope swings, hidden hikes, and even covered bridges: Some of the best swimmings spots in New York are unique ways to beat the heat.

  19. 6 Days, 350 Miles: The Road Biking Trip of a Lifetime in Greater Yellowstone

    Cody and East Yellowstone, Dubois, Lander

    Known as the "First Great Ride in the Last Best Place," this annual multi-day tour brings you through some of the most beautiful places in the west.