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The U.S. National Park Service offers a heathy experience for America. Historic Hiking Trails ranging from a one mile Bar Harbor Shore Path (very easy) to a seven mile Cadillac South Ridge Trail (strenuous) have a hike for everyone — even horses.

Fall is the season to enjoy the splendor of nature. The north east is a colorful spectrum of burning yellows to crimson reds. Trees, grasses, and wildflowers boasted their autumn assets in the Manassas Battlefield, 2nd BattleTrail in late October.

Many trails may have a small fee or contribution. It’s worth every penny to enjoy the fresh air, see historic sites, and soothe your sore muscles afterwards.

Remember to take a trail map, water, and leave no trace. Unfortunately, horses get a waiver on that last rule so watch your step on trails allowing horses!

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