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Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge :: Virginia Beach, VA

Bask in the peacefulness of this remote wildlife refuge and enjoy seeing hundreds of species of birds. At the southern end of Virginia Beach is a vast and beautiful wilderness called Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Established in 1938 and managed

East Dike Trail :: Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, VA

East Dike Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Virginia Beach, Virginia. It is within Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. It is three miles long and begins at 4 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 6.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 108

West Dike Trail :: Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, VA

West Dike Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Virginia Beach, Virginia. It is within Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. It is 3.5 miles long and begins at 4 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 7.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 148 f

Bay Trail :: Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, VA

Bay Trail is a hiking trail in Virginia Beach, Virginia. It is within Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. It is 0.3 miles long and begins at 3 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 15 feet. The Back Bay

Seaside Trail :: Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, VA

Seaside Trail is a hiking trail in Virginia Beach, Virginia. It is within Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. It is 0.1 miles long and begins at 5 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 56 feet. The Back

Eastern Shore: Chincoteague to Kiptopoke :: Chincoteague, VA

The Eastern Shore of Virginia is the sandy peninsula between Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a unique blend of land, marsh, and water, known for beaches, historic villages, NASA rockets, seafood, and unique bird and animal life. This 90-

Redwood Highway Scenic Drive: Eureka to Crescent City :: Trinidad, CA

This seventy-eight-mile section of U.S. Highway 101 parallels the rugged Pacific coast, passing redwood groves and a rugged wave-carved shoreline of beaches, cliffs, and sea stacks. The Redwood Empire stretches almost 500 miles from south of Monterey

Coyote Hills Mountain Bike Ride :: Newark, CA

This route takes you into the park and immediately heads south along the shore of the bay toward the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, where you can get off your bike and explore the wetlands and tour the informative visitor center there.

Back Bay, Virginia Beach :: Virginia Beach, VA

Depending on the season, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge can be a bird watcher’s paradise. Nearly 300 species of birds have been observed around the beaches, bays, and marshes of the refuge. Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Back Bay, the ref

Cape Haze :: Placida, FL

This trip, like Boggess Hole, explores a part of Charlotte Harbor starting from Placida. This is a sheltered trip in the shallow water of Gasparilla Sound and the Island Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Charlotte Harbor, the second largest estuary in

False Cape State Park / Back Bay Wildlife Refuge :: Virginia Beach, VA

Barrier islands serve as an ecological first line of defense for our shores. Storms batter them, waves wear them down, wind strips them clean. Tucked out of harm’s way behind the islands lie sheltered bays and marshes teeming with grasses, shell-fish

Lighthouse Levee Trail :: Crawfordville, FL

The Lighthouse Levee Trail is a short and easy hike but one that provides an amazing experience for young and old alike. Walking atop the levee, you will have sweeping views of Apalachee Bay, Gulf and marsh impoundments, and one of the most photograp

Dungeness Spit :: Dungeness, WA

This 5-mile-long spit is a National Wildlife Refuge set aside for waterfowl and shorebirds. As many as 10,000 birds winter in the refuge, particularly the black brant. Sandpipers and other shorebirds scour its beaches for food. Shallow Dungeness Bay,

Great Bay and the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge :: Smithville, NJ

Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge is one of the major stopovers along the Atlantic flyway for migratory birds. You will paddle out through the salt marshes and onto the backside of Great Bay. Spring and fall migrations bring large numbers of

Umbagog Lake :: Errol, NH

With the tremendous variety of wildlife and the number of ducks nesting here, it is not surprising that Umbagog Lake has become one of our newest national wildlife refuges. Umbagog Lake straddles the Maine–New Hampshire border, covering more than twe

Ocean Ramble :: Virginia Beach, VA

With all of Virginia’s beautiful mountains, valleys, rivers, and bay, it’s easy to forget that Virginia also has oceanfront. Situated within Virginia Beach city limits, the Ocean Ramble takes the cyclist through the more rural parts of the vast city