Experience new heights in the Arkansas River Valley Tri Peaks Region
The Arkansas River Valley Tri-Peaks Region is the perfect place to see all the natural beauty of Central to Northwest Arkansas. Whether you enjoy hiking, boating, cycling, fishing, hunting or just soaking in the spectacular views, we have it all. We look forward to sharing our natural Arkansas experience with you!
The Best Places to Visit in Wyoming
The Best Places to Visit in Wyoming
One of the most sparsely populated states in the US, Wyoming is a land of rugged landscapes, rich tribal legend, rodeos, ranches, cowboy towns, and some of the world's great wilderness areas. The Cowboy State is the ideal destination for anyone who wants to explore the dramatic natural beauty of the American West. Yellowstone, with its geothermal wonders, together with the spectacular Grand Teton National Park comprise one of the largest intact temperate-zone ecosystems on the planet. Welcoming nearly 4 million visitors each year across their two official national parks and multiple national forest reserves, Wyoming is considered as one of the wilder and more rugged states. Home to over 65 species of mammals and dozens of species of birds and fish, Wyoming is the nature lover’s state for sure.
#1.Yellowstone National Park
#2.Grand Teton National Park
#4.Bridger Teton National Forest
#5.Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
#6.Hot Springs State Park
#10.Fossil Butte National Monument
Exploring Arkansas Chuck's Top Ten Favorite Places
Host Chuck Dovish reveals his ten favorite places in Arkansas. Based on either the spectacular scenery, their uniqueness or the adventure that's available, these ten locations cover all four seasons. From a drive through safari, to a working grist mill, to a dinner train excursion, a snowy mountaintop, to a wild cave journey-Chuck takes us through each special place all the way up to his number one pick.
Rock City: I Can See Seven States, then Nashville - Traveling Robert
Great American Road Trip 2016 Part 2
On this week's video we visit a famous roadside attraction near Chattanooga, Tennessee called Rock City. Rock city is located on the Georgia side of the border, on top of the Lookout Mountain Ridge.
Rock City became a tourist attraction back in the early 1930s, at the site of a community called Fairyland, founded by one Garnet Carter and his wife Frieda. These rock formations happened to be inside the Fairyland community, and it was Frieda’s idea to develop this part of the property into a great rock garden, with all kinds of plants, trails around the rocks, and statues of gnomes and other fairytale characters imported from Germany. They claim that you can see seven states from the top of the mountain: Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. While on a clear day you can see the Smoky Mountains, that's still the Tennessee side. I don't have hard evidence of this but I have read that Kentucky, Virginia, and South Carolina are below the horizon, so the only way you could see them is if the Earth was flat.
In Rock City we also enjoy the music of Matt Downer - Old Time Traveler, an Alabama native and Chattanooga resident. He plays the fiddle, the banjo, and the guitar, and he has dedicated his career to the preservation of traditional music. He has studied the repertoire and techniques of many of the elder Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia musicians, so he is the real deal. What a treat it is to listen to his music.
As we continue towards Nashville we run into some trouble climbing the Cumberland Plateau , also known Monteagle Mountain. The car started overheating on the long 5% grade. While technically not a mountain, Monteagle got it's popular culture name due to a Johnny Cash song describing this treacherous portion of the road.
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Top 10 Best Tourist Attractions In Wyoming USA
Top 10 Best Tourist Attractions In Wyoming - Visit Wyoming is its incomparable natural beauty. Home to Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and six mountain ranges that surround the Big Horn Basin, it is Wyoming’s majestic outdoors that travelers come to see year-round. Outdoor activities dominate vacation itineraries in Wyoming, such as hiking, rock and mountain climbing, white water rafting, and skiing. Here are the best places to visit in Wyoming.
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Exploring Arkansas March 2008
Lake Fort Smith State Park, Mystic Caverns, Rush Ghost Town
After being closed for quite a number of years, Lake Fort Smith State Park has reopened bigger and better than ever near Mountainburg in northwest Arkansas. We'll take you on a kayak tour of this 1490 acre reservoiRiver Mystic Caverns south of Harrison offers two caverns only 400 feet apart from one another-the other is Crystal Dome Cavern The only Federally protected ghost town in the country is Rush, in the lower portion of the Buffalo National River region.
Exploring Arkansas August 2016
The term plein air is the painting of life in the open air out in nature. Plein air artists from around the country gathered in Eureka Springs for the first annual Plein Air Festival.Bear Creek Lake is a pristine storybook setting located in the St. Francis National Forest north of Helena. The lake offers not only scenic views but an abundance of great fishing for big bluegill, largemouth bass and catfish. It's called The Forgotten Tragedy - the Sultana Mississippi River steamboat disaster of April 27, 1865 near Marion, Arkansas - the greatest maritime disaster in U.S. history - more perished than in the Titanic. When an addition was added to Parachute Inn in Walnut Ridge in 2005, the restaurant took on a whole new dining experience - tray tables are down in this Boeing 737 jetliner.
White Knuckle Drive From the West
After departing Zion National Park, I make a futile attempt to outrun the bad weather. We still get to see the Vermilion Cliffs, Marble Canyon, Monument Valley, and gorgeous landscapes along the way. It is a perilous drive for a while there.
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Saddlebock Brewery: The First Production Brewery in Northwest Arkansas
Owner and Brewmeister Steve Rehbock talks about his state of the art and environmentally conscious brewery.
Hike to Cedar Creek Falls
On Saturday, January 1st 2011, three friends and I headed out towards Julian to hike out to Cedar Creek Falls.
Perhaps San Diego County's most spectacular waterfall, Cedar Creek Falls plunges about 90ft into a pool surrounded by rock walls. It's one of the more popular hikes in this part of California, which is perhaps more known for its hot and dry climate than its waterfalls. While this is indeed an impressive waterfall, it does have a rather short life depending upon the rain/snow fall during the winter. Starting out from the trail head at the end of Eagel Peak Road we had great views looking north up Ritchie Creek Canyon to see Mildred Falls, arguably San Diego County's highest at more than 100 feet.
Cedar Creek had quite a bit of water flowing and we had the whole area to ourselves, as we had arrived at the trail head a little after 7am. By the time we had started back, a number of other people started showing up so it looked like we beat the crowds. This 4.5 mile round trip hike will take about 2 1/2 hours, not counting the time spent hanging out at the falls.