The growing popularity of mountain biking around the nation has prompted many ski areas around the United States to take a good hard look at the state of their summer trails, as well as find ways to significantly improve and grow existing mountain bike trails. Jackson Hole Resort in Wyoming is the latest to announce significant plans to enhance trails found on their extensive mountain biking system.
As the summer winds down, the days grow shorter and the air grows brisk, it’s an ideal time to head to the mountains and check out dazzling arrays of fall foliage. It’s a serene yet transformative time in the highlands, as the lush vibrancy of summer slowly gives way to a myriad of bright, bold colors which slowly fade as the subdued palate of winter blankets the landscape.
As summer ramps up, biking enthusiasts begin preparing their bikes and gearing up for another epic season of riding. The mountains of North America boast thousands of miles of impressive trails in nearly every state, and trails range from wide cruiser trails to hair-raising single tracks down steep and rocky terrain.
The sun is shining bright and reflecting off the water. It’s a beautiful day to be out fishing. That is until the crowds rush in and scare off any fish in the area. So, where can you go in New Hampshire that allows you to enjoy the fishing without all of the traffic?
The Lakes Region of New Hampshire has a number of hidden fishing spots that keep you away from the crowds, but still offer plenty of trout, perch and salmon.