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British Embassy, Washington D.C. USA

The British Embassy Washington maintains and develops relations between the UK and the United States.

The Adventure Park, Sandy Spring, Maryla

The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring Friends School is located in Sandy Spring, Maryland, on the 140 acre campus of Sandy Spring Friends School. The park is owned by the school but fully staffed and operated by Outdoor Venture Group.

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Hiking Cycling, Great Allegheny Passage,

The Great Allegheny Passage offers an idyllic long-haul adventure for bikers and hikers alike. Gear up for all 150 miles, or pick a section and bike from trail town to trail town for shorter trips.

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Youghiogheny White Water Rafting, Maryla

Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania is the Mid-Atlantic region’s capital of whitewater rafting. The Youghiogheny River offers a section of whitewater for all experience levels.

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Wilderness Voyageurs, Ohiopyle, Pennsyl

Make Wilderness Voyageurs your go-to outfitter to experience Ohiopyle’s best white water rafting, biking, fishing, kayaking, SUP & scout adventures in and around Ohiopyle State Park.

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Hiking, Dolly Sods Wilderness, West Virg

The Dolly Sods Wilderness is located in the beautiful Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia, and is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System.

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Nrocks Outdoor Adventures, Circleville,

NROCKS Outdoor Adventures is the premiere guided climbing center in West Virginia. NROCKS offers Sport Climbing, Top Rope Climbing, Zip Lines, guided Canopy Tours as well as the Nation’s Premiere Via Ferrata. NROCKS provides top quality equipment from CMI for all activities!

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Doyles River Trail, Shenandoah National

From the Browns Gap parking area, take the Appalachian Trail as it traces a ridge for 1.4 miles.