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Due to a diseas in the tree's this part of the forest seems dead. Caterpillar are hanging every where and you need to wear a hat so you don't get them in your hair. They come gliding down from the tree tops and sit on...More
We hike as much as we can. Not the kind of hikes one needs a big backpack and sleeping bag, but rather the ones with water bottle and picnic. For this one, which looks easy a d straight forward I would strongly suggest you take...More
This walk was exciting, not knowing what magical natural phenonomena would appear next. The limestone pavements, at should height in places were stupendous. The way rocks and trees exist together in totally harmony covered in the moss was timeless. I can't wait to go back....More