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    Member Since June 2018

    Adrian O'Farrill

    Tampa, Florida 

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    Adrian O'Farrill completed Jetty Trail

    3 months ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Jetty Trail

    3 months ago

    This is about all you can do in Biscayne National Park without going out to the rest of the park as it's mostly underwater. You would need to take a ferry to the reefs and other keys as there is no car access. Still this is a nice boardwalk if you want to say that you went to Biscayne, although we will definitely be coming back to snorkel in the future :)

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Long Pine Key Trail

    3 months ago

    Beautiful trail and very quiet. We were the only one's hiking. We did not go in very far as it was getting late and we did in fact hear a bear grunt in the distance!

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Long Pine Key Trail

    3 months ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Anhinga Trail

    3 months ago

    Short and easy, beautiful hike. You will see A LOT of wildlife. There's plenty of alligators, crickets, turtles, fish and of course Anhinga's as the name suggests! We went during sundown and the scenery was priceless.

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Anhinga Trail

    3 months ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Rainy Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Rainy Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Lovers Lane Trail

    3 months ago

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Lovers Lane Trail

    3 months ago

    Adrian O'Farrill saved Lehman Cave

    6 months ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Hoh Rain Forest Hall of Moss

    about 1 year ago

    Exceptionally beautiful and unique. This trail is very easy for all ages and offers a lot of sightseeing and reward. But because of its fame, it’s is unfortunately high trafficked. Lots of people are walking and talking about which for me, brought me out of the peaceful trail. Take plenty of bug spray as the wet climate is perfect mosquito breeding ground and they are borderline unbearable. But don’t let either of those two points take you away from doing this short little walk. The old growth moss is something unique and must be seen. We went in early July which is considered the dry season (although it was still pretty wet) but since it doesn’t rain as much, the plant life was not as green and vivid as it might be in the rainy season. All in all, if you are in Olympic, this is absolutely a must do.

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Marymere Falls Trail

    about 1 year ago

    A fun and quick little trail with plenty to see along the way. Starting at Lake Crescent, you pass through a small tunnel and into a mossy forest. It’s a straightforward walk to the falls with not much climbing at all. Perfect for all ages. We went in early July and the level of Mosquitos was border line unbearable. We found this was the case in most of the hikes we did so take bug spray! You will pass by a few bridges that cross over some creeks that are great for pictures. And finally once at the falls, make sure you climb up to the second platform for a better view. The falls themselves are not the greatest sight on earth but the trail makes it worth the easy venture.

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Marymere Falls Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Cape Flattery Trail

    about 1 year ago

    A beautiful hike. Easily one of the most spectacular sights in the Pacific Northwest. The road to Cape Flattery is a little long being that it's long and full of curves. Once at the trail head, it's an easy hike down to the end. There are three lookout points including the one towards Tatoosh Island and the Lighthouse so make sure not to miss them. We went in early July and the weather was perfect. We were especially lucky to see whales swimming out in the water along with Bald Eagles, Sea Lions, Oyster Catchers and a few Banana Slugs. I highly recommend this venture as it showcases the beauty of the Pacific NW.

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Cape Flattery Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Tolmie Peak Trail

    about 1 year ago

    An absolutely stunning hike. To arrive at the trailhead, you have to drive on a few miles of gravel road. Once there, you hike along and around Mowich Lake up through a beautiful old growth pine forest. Keep going and you’ll start to hit snow. Even in July as we walked up to the next lake which is Eunice Lake, it was covered in snow. From here if you look up at the cliff, you can actually see Tolmie Lookout which is your destination! It looks like a doozy but you’re already halfway there. From here, follow the snow trail up to the hillside and begin the final climb. This is where it gets a little difficult but again, it’s worth it!! Soon you’ll arrive at the lookout and have one of the best views of Mt. Rainier! It was clear on the day we went with exception to a few clouds so hopefully you can see it how we did. If not, Tolmie Peak trail is still a beautiful trail on its own. It’s a strenuous hike and the uphill switchbacks will get to you but it’s totally worth the hike.

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Tolmie Peak Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Sentinel Dome Trail

    over 1 year ago

    I truly understand the meaning of a view taking your breath away. And there have been only a handful of times where a view makes me emotional. This trail holds a special place in my heart. The views are without a doubt some of the best you will get anywhere in the park and some of the best you will ever see. You literally have a 360 degree view of all of Yosemite National Park. An absolute must do if you are in the park. The trail itself is relatively easy until the last little bit where you have to do a little bit more climbing. Yet it is still accessible to anyone of any age.

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Sentinel Dome Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Santa Monica Pier, Boardwalk, and Beach Trail

    over 1 year ago

    There's something that gets me about this walk. Whether it be nostalgia or the people or the views, I always come back to think of this walk. A truly iconic walk if you have never made it from Santa Monica to Venice beach. There's always something new to see and each experience is different from the last. I could spend a whole day and not be able to finish all that this legendary beach strip has to offer. It only leaves me wanting to come back

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed River Rapids Nature Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Really shows you what a wild Florida looks like. The rapids make for some great photography and as you make your way through the trail you really do feel one with nature, especially to be so close to home.

    Adrian O'Farrill completed River Rapids Nature Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Philippe Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    A very peaceful place to come for walking, jogging and serves for some amazing photography. A perfect place to have a picnic or walk your dog with plenty of space.

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Philippe Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Adrian O'Farrill completed Al Lopez Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Al Lopez Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Close to home and a great place to come walk the dog or go for a stroll. They could renovate a few of the trails and the huts but other than that it's a great place to bring the family for a picnic or a walk.

    Adrian O'Farrill reviewed Courtney Campbell Causeway West Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Being a skater and a runner, this is one of my go to spots. The views are just spectacular and get ready for some beautiful sunsets if you come that late. The pavement is flat and new.