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Wind River Range camping and hiking Trip

Wyoming’s 80-mile-long Wind River Range forms part of the Continental Divide. This remote Wilderness Area contains seven of the ten largest remaining glaciers in the continental U.S. and encompasses more than 10,000 lakes. The highest peak in the range is Gannet Peak at 13,804 feet.

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BCO & HTXO present Hiking 101

Public – Normally we suggest hiking with other people. Since that’s a bit more challenging right now, here’s what we’ll cover – Hiking solo or in small numbers, – How to stay safe, – What you need to know before hitting the trails and many more!

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Hiking

Hiking in Houston Does Exist! Dirt trails, inside the loop, with twists and turns and even some hills!  Plus so much more in the great Houston area.  Download our FREE hiking workbook to get started. FREE Hiking Workbook Hiking Hiking in Houston does exist!  We know where to go, which trails are less crowded and…

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Trail Talk on the Lone Star Hiking Trail

By Teresa Biggar, BCO Event Leader “We just passed the Dude Wipes.” Oh, the joy of trail talk! When hiking a trail, you tend to look for unusual markers. This is especially the case if you hike in a group with different paces. Those markers are helpful to communicate where you are when checking in…

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West Side – Terry Hershey Anthills Training Hike

This is great for hikers looking to train or just stay in shape. Feel free to wear backpacks if you’re getting ready for a trip.
This hike includes balance challenges, bridge crossings, and plenty of up and down to make it interesting.

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West Side – Terry Hershey Anthills Training Hike

This is great for hikers looking to train or just stay in shape. Feel free to wear backpacks if you’re getting ready for a trip.
This hike includes balance challenges, bridge crossings, and plenty of up and down to make it interesting.

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