Friday, January 27, 2023
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The rock formations at Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park make up one of the only exposed outcrops in northern Ohio. Learn how to safely hike there in winter.

Linking across eight states and stretching 4,800 miles, the North Country National Scenic Trail is the longest in the National Trails System.

Encompassing 127 acres, Claridon Woodlands has plenty of space for a variety of outside fun and forested areas bright with color in the fall. 

A series of programs held by the ODNR Division of Geological Survey will highlight the annual celebration of Earth Science Week from Oct. 9-Oct. 15.

Dealing with the inconvenience of car trouble combined with phone trouble, Julie Geiss returns to one of her favorite hiking spots at Mill Creek Metro Park.

Julie Geiss and her daughter hike Radar Hill near the Ridges on the campus of Ohio University in Athens County, Ohio, and take in all of the area's history.

Julie Geiss returns to the Richfield Heritage Preserve in Richfield, Ohio to enjoy the sights and history.

Julie Geiss ponders whether there are broadleaf trees that are evergreens or coniferous trees that are deciduous on a hike in Moraine State Park. 

The West Woods in Russell Township is 902 acres of golden autumn beauty with many miles of trails to explore.

Julie Geiss and her family spent the last Sunday before school started at Cook Forest State Park in Cooksburg, Pennsylvania.