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I am a big fan of the woods.

I love to go for hikes, to explore and find new trails.

The sound of leaves crunching under my feet, the feel of branches brushing against my skin are so soothing and grounding.

There is something about being out in nature that helps me reconnect with myself on a deeper level.

What I love most about visiting the woods is how it changes me as I walk through it’s trees and climb over logs or rocks that have been there for centuries before me.

It feels like I leave behind all of life’s stressors-the traffic jams, deadlines at work, arguments with friends-and just become one with nature while taking in its beauty around me.

The first time you visit a new place, it can be difficult to find your bearings.

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But if you follow these simple guidelines for getting the most out of the woods-where to go.

What to see and do along the way-you’ll get lost in nature’s beauty instead.

Heading: What You Need To Know Before You Go Content: Have an idea of where you want to start before heading into the forest .

Whether that’s looking at topographical maps or gps devices.

There are many different trails within each park so make sure know which one is right for you before going!

If this is your first time exploring outdoors, try out easier trails like Richardson Bay Regional Park on San Francisco’s west side with views.


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