New Guide Highlights Biking, Hiking, Trails, and More in Our Region
The new "Outdoors for All Guide" features locations across Northern Kentucky and the region, highlighting hiking, biking, fishing, and other outside activities.
Produced by Adventure Crew, a local nonprofit that brings youth into nature, the guide is available in print at select locations and online in a digital format.
Adventure Crew provides a new outdoor recreation opportunity every month to nearly 1,000 city teens in 24 high schools in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky each year. Adding the Guide as a new publication for the community helps meet the nonprofit’s commitment to making “Outdoors for All”: The belief that everyone should have access to the physical, mental and social benefits of time spent in nature, a news release said.
“We’re thrilled to provide this complimentary resource to encourage exploration of the peaceful parks, inviting trails and scenic waterways in our region,” said Miriam Wise, Adventure Crew’s associate director. “Particularly now, when more people are seeking solace in nature, we’re excited to help them find new, fun and safe ways to do so.”
The Guide is divided into ten sections, each with a different outdoor emphasis. Topics are: backpacking, bicycling, camping, fishing, “go green,” hiking, paddle sports, parks, rock climbing and trails.
“We invite people to use the guide again and again when they’re itching for that precise mix of adrenaline and peace found only in nature,” Wise said. “And we hope it fosters an appreciation of our natural areas that inspires people to protect and conserve these gems.”