After a day in the rain forest, it was time to head to the mountains. We drove the 18-mile curvy road to Hurricane Ridge , the most popular scenic route in Olympic National Park and the easiest access to the mountains. Near the Hurricane Hill Visitor Center, a short uphill trail takes visitors to Sunrise Point. At an elevation of more than 5200 feet, spectacular views of wildflowers and mountains whetted our tastes for more. Then it was time to tackle the Hurricane Hill hike.
A thrilling day trip awaits adventurers willing to tackle one of the premier class III and IV whitewater runs of North America. Entirely contained in the black lava walls of the Rio Grande Gorge (which stretch up to 1,000 feet high), the Box begins with 2 miles of fairly gentle Class I drops -- a warm-up before the 9 miles of more difficult rapids. When rafting the Box, you and your mates will learn to paddle as a team, execute 15-foot drops and flow with the current.
Very soon I hope to get my first look at the new South Terminal at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, which opened its gates on April 13 with a flight by Allegiant. One of the notable feature of this terminal is the outdoor patio that passengers can visit after check-in. Along with shaded couches and chairs, food trucks will provide refreshments on a rotating basis. “It’s all about the Austin experience,” said Jeff Pearse, CEO of LoneStar Airport Holdings.
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