Posted February 17, 2016 2:23 pm by Comments

By Liz Darnell

It’s still cold here in Georgia, but I’m starting to get the Spring Fever already!

Here are a few spots to get your mind and feet happy.

Boulder, Colorado

The mountains, rivers and forests near Boulder provide ample opportunities for getting outside. Be sure to keep an eye out when you’re enjoying that fresh mountain air—you may run into some of the Adventure Project staff!

The trails near Boulder generally start getting good in March—with a few exceptions for mud and lingering snow. A few gems to check out in the area include Bear Peak, Green Mountain, the Boulder Skyline Traverse and Royal Arch.

Point Reyes National Seashore, California

From its scenic open grasslands, forested ridges and brushy hillsides to its expansive sandy beaches and rocky headlands, Point Reyes offers a stunning diversity of over 1,500 species of plants and animals. Whether you are taking in the views while hiking along the inland trails or listening to the thunderous ocean breakers on the rugged shoreline, you are certain to be amazed by all this seashore has to offer.

Read the full list at Field and Stream

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Source:: Patriot Outdoor News

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