Posts tagged with: hiking

Hiking: Easy Level – Vickery Creek Trail

Hiking Vickery Creek Trail – Easy Level – Trail Details & Directions: 3.5miles, easy/moderate level. $3 parking.   http://www.atlantatrails.com/hiking-trails/roswell-mill-vickery-creek-trail/   ***Read this entire message   – PLEASE, PLEASE HAVE a healthy and balanced breakfast before the hike (healthy carbs, fats,... Read More

2016 Reflections. 2017 Inspiration.

I hope you had an amazing holiday season and were able to reflect upon 2016 accomplishments and growth opportunities. I am VERY EXCITED about 2017! I also hope 01/01/17 was as beautiful and amazing as mine. I spent passage at... Read More

Sutallee Trail Hiking: Easy/Beginners

Sutallee Trail: Easy/Beginners Level Hike Sutallee Trail is a 5.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Canton, GA that features a river and is rated as moderate. However, a couple of friends hiked this trail recently and reported ‘easy’.... Read More

Arabia Mtn Hiking: Moderate

Arabia Mountain: Arabia Lake, Boardwalk, & Summit Trail – Hiking details & Directions: 5.1miles and approx 30min from Vinings—just for a point of reference. This is a Moderate Level hike–not recommended for beginners. http://www.atlantatrails.com/hiking-trails/arabia-mountain-boardwalk-lake-summit-trail/ GPS Coordinates: 33.672095, -84.117488 Updates to the... Read More

Hiking: Healthy Time To Catch Up

Hiking Sweetwater Creek was short and sweet. I was up at 7am, left the house at 8:35am, started the hike around 9:15am, hiked 3 miles with 23 pounds backpack and was done at 10:35am, got home at 11:10am, ate and showered... Read More

Hiking Unicoi – Feel FAB

Unicoi Trail was different today! I love this trail. It’s physically demanding and packed nature. Today, it was different and for a few reasons. It rained yesterday and overnight. Birds were happy and chirping loud, air was fresher, fannies moved fast,... Read More

Hiking, Nature, Personal Connection Wins Depression Symptoms

I cannot speak enough about hiking’s health benefits. Let’s discussion hiking and anti-depression side affects. Feeling blue or depressed? Check out Stanford’s recent study discussing hiking as a powerful anti-depressant!  Sure thing that walking is great for overall health, hiking in nature... Read More