Transcript: Footpathes Mountain Tourism Courses since 2005 Why over here? Natural Interest Hiking... Tradition biodiversity habits traditions Promotion Revitalization 4000Km Routes
Transcript: WaterShed my group got ziplining. I love to zipline I have ziplined in the california redwoods and many other places. But this zipline wasn't the best. Hiking My group ( the jumping spiders) we're first to hike. I wasn't very happy about it at first but that was the only day it didn't rain. I saw lots of cool thing's including a blue heron and a toad. overall Rock eagle was okay I don't think I would go back mostly because my summer camp, Camp Seafarer teaching girls to sale since the 1950's is much more fun. The food wasn't good especially since i am vegitarian but I had fun with my friends canoe i really enjoy canoing. It was not my first time though so it wasn't anything too special. high ropes I really liked this class. Mostly because we could goof off catch things from the creek with our friends. I caught a crawdad and a minow.
Transcript: Hiking Fitness Angel Harrison, Rosie Pyle, and Maya Rucker. C.O.F Components of fitness Muscle Strength Muscle Strength Muscle Strength: Hiking helps work every muscle in your body, building muscle tone. Flexibility Flexibility Flexibility: As you age, you lose your range of motion, but stretching your muscles by running an hiking you can gain back flexibility. Benefits Benefits of Hiking Physical Physical Benefits 1) Good exercise 2) Strengthen your core 3) Helps control weight 4) Improve Balance Health Health Benefits 1 )Lowers risk of heart disease 2) Improves blood pressure 3) Boost bone density 4) Boost your mood Cost Cost Some of the gear and what it would cost to get them: Shoes- $54.97 Standard Hydro Flask- $34.95 Book Bag- $29.99 First Aid- $11.99 Compass- $8.99 Fire Starter- $14.73 and depending on where you live and how far the destination price may vary. Locations Locations To Hike Hoover Ridge Park Shenandoah Hills Campground Rapidan River(lower section) Shenandoah National Park Brookhill Farm White Oak Canyon Trail Old Rag Mountain Dark Hollow Falls Trailhead Hawksbill Trail Cedar Mountain Battlefield Little Stony Man Trailhead Hiking Hiking The activity of going for long walks, especially in the country or woods Skills needed SKILLS Keep a pace. Learn the basic pacing, resting rhythm Leave no trace Be aware of surroundings Knowledge of your layout How to Prepare STRATEGY 1) Define your trip style 2) Choose your trip 3) Assess your fitness level 4) Train for your trip 5) Get used to carrying gear 6) Bring well-fitting boots 7) Decide what clothing to wear 8) Bring the right bag 9) Don’t forget personal first aid and emergency gear Safety Tips Safety Tips Arrange to go with a group or at least one other person Stay in sight Pay attention to the trail Look back so you don’t get lost Carry mapping tools: Parents should carry a map and compass or a GPS, and know how to use them Take extra precautions around water
Transcript: Lucy's Medley Vanilla Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Show Trying to out-drink boyfriend (not an alcoholic) Being competitive Hispanic First Generation Ambitious Entrepreneur Adrenalin Junky (roll coasters, fast driving, want to go sky diving) Outdoor Activities Goals Fiji Islands Hurkey Creek Trail Family Mountain Climbing Conclusion About Plan of Action Hiking Taking my dog on walks Volunteer at a Horse ranch Enjoy planking with 22 Remington rifle. (better than boyfriend) Hobbies Guilty Pleasures Short Term: Obtain BA Travel Obtain Entry Job with CPA Firm Pilates group Long Term: CPA License Job as a CPA House Business Continue taking Classes Save money, plan, reasonable Search and apply for jobs Create and maintain social network Schedule time for things I like Pilates Stay Focused Been to: Hurkey Creek Trail Idyllwild Latter Canyons Indian Canyons Bump & Grind Future: Utah Grand Canyon Yosemite Hawaii Utah Canyons
Transcript: By: Alexis Marte Class: Outdoor Education My Hiking Trip Here we start my trip Here we start my trip Here is the vast senery fron on top of the Smokey Mountains! Smokey Mountains Look, mooses! Smokey Mountains We just happened to see some moose on our way to Smokey Moutains, so we took a picture. More Photos More Photos Sorry about these picture. For some reason, they wouldn't rotate. This is a very, very old house. So we explored it. Sweetwater National Park in Georgia Sweetwater National Park in Georgia The ruins of a cotton mill burned in the Civil War. The New Manchester Manufacturing Company Into The River Into The River There's Me! Looking for my shades. Beautiful Wildlife Beautiful Wildlife Deers in the open field. U.S National Whitewater Center U.S National Whitewater Center Let's do a little rope course while we're here. Photos Photos There's me, climbing on some rocks! Evidince of humans! Evidince of humans! Found a hamic in the wilderness. Colorful Flowers Colorful Flowers Flowers! Berries Berries They may be small, but they're quite a view.
Transcript: SS19 HIKING - CB Plans & Territories Plans & Territories Territories Territories Los Angeles Tokyo Quotas Quotas Junior Senior Sales Numbers 40% 31% Channels Channels Company Distributors Customers Workflows Workflows Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Workflows Customers On Board Customers Wins Use cases Value proposition Business impact Market & Consumer Trends Changes in the market Changes in the market Competitive Update Competitive Update Consumer Trends Brand Promise Positionnement RANGE Range New Products New Products Training for new products Training for new products 2 0 1 7 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Top Performers Top Performers Channel Right Assortment CRA & Colors How to complement BEST How to complement BETTER How to complement GOOD Color Harmonies Range Recap Brand Initiatives Brand & Initiatives Positionning Marketing Power Numbers Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Product Product Release 1 Release 2 Release 3 Promise Updated Sales Goals Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Initiatives of the season Mission Retrospective What didn't work _ _ _ What we did well + + + _ + Double click to edit
Transcript: National Parks State Parks City Parks Trails Mountains Beginner Intermediate Advanced What you'll need for the trek Stephanie Whitaker Kaela Woods Roy Weber Be considerate of other visitors Outerwear Check the weather Don't over do it How long Leave what you find LEAVE NO TRACE Respect wildlife Dispose of waste properly http://www.nps.gov/findapark/index.htm Safety Foot Wear Most important thing Make sure they're comfy Fit more important than fashion HIKING Defined Safety Gear First aid kit Only what's needed Water Water Water Form of walking but is considered a sport or recreational activity Activity in which a person can set their own pace, choose their own route, and decide how far they want to hike All ages can participate Travel & camp on durable surfaces Where to Hike Why Hike Health Benefits! Its a social sport Great Experience Protect Yourself and the Environment Plan ahead & prepare Minimize campfire impacts
Transcript: Hiking Goal Jasper Adams My Goals My Goals Visit 5 new places walk 20 miles while visiting. Document journey by taking pictures. Pictures The coast The ridge Tahoe Routes Turf houses Modern Houses Big houses Big Houses Turf Houses A Turf house in iceland Modern Houses Modern Houses Big Houses Fun Facts Lake Tahoe's water could cover all of California in water. A long time ago, a plane crashed into MT tamalpias. There is still wreckage up by the mountain theater. Fun Facts about geography Pictures Hekla volcano no Mosquito's Northern lights My Goals/Milestones My goal for myself for the past months was to get outside more and explore the beautiful nature we are so blessed with in the Bay Area. I wanted to visit all the amazing places around here. I wanted to visit 5 new places (it does not have to be in Marin.) While visiting the places I must walk a total of 20 miles on the trails. Get a better understanding and compassion for the beauty of the majestic state of California. My milestones
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