More of a nature path than a hike, Brookside Park’s short (< 1 mile), fun trail is a great place for locals to go if they have young children or just want to get out for a few minutes. The trail appears to be new or has had sections recently rebuilt. There are signs (complete with QR Codes) telling the history of the area, as well as a new bridge.
I could have complete the trail in 20 minutes or less, but I used the opportunity to experiment with my camera and new backpacking tripod (details below).
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- Camera Gear – I’ve been looking for a solution that would allow my camera to go directly from my camera clip to a lightweight tripod. I recently purchased an adapter and tripod and used this opportunity to test everything on the trail.
- HOKA One One Tor Summit Mid WP Hiking Boot
- When I want waterproof boots or extra ankle protection, these boots have become my go-to over the last few months. They’ve held up well to hiking as well as everyday use. I will post a full review soon.