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6 Tips for Taking the Trail Less Traveled

Many of us retreat to the trail when we need a little bit of peace and quiet. These days, however, trails can sometimes feel like a highway at rush-hour and quiet can be hard to come by. Uncontrolled crowds can also cause serious damage to the wild places we love to visit, so consider stepping off the beaten track for your next adventure. Taking the trail less traveled is not only good for you, but also for the places you visit. 1. Look beyond National Parks. If you're looking for a memorable outdoor experience, national parks are a tempting option. ...
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