Jordan + Jacki Bolt

  • Run on the Seven Rails Trail

    Easily accessible from the Percival's Island Natural Area parking lot, the James River Heritage Trail and adjoining Seven Rails Trail are an easy escape from downtown Lynchburg.  From the parking lot, follow the trail signs toward Percival's Islan...

    3 miles 117 ft gain

  • Explore Strandhill Beach

    Somewhat off the beaten path, visitors to Strandhill may be surprised to find a bustling surf town, complete with a boardwalk, sand dunes and awe-inspiring sunsets. Commit to a visit here and you won't be disappointed.  Strandhill sits on the edge...

  • Photograph Barbary Apes in Gibraltar

    There's only one place you can find wild monkeys in Europe: The Rock of Gibraltar. Formally called Barbary Apes or Barbary Macaques, these monkeys are plentiful across the entire Upper Rock Nature Reserve and familiar enough with visitors that a c...

  • Hike Knocknarea

    From the base of the trail, you'll hike up a low-grade, rocky farm road for about a half mile. The trail then transitions to a proper hiking trail, getting steeper as you head toward to the summit.  When you reach the top you'll find yourself on a...

    1 miles 560 ft gain

  • Hike Caherconree

    Caherconree is the second-highest mountain on the Dingle Peninsula. The ruins of an ancient fort near the summit give the mountain its name, and a place in Irish fokelore. It's hard to not to imagine the stories unfolding as you hike up the steep ...

    2 miles 800 ft gain

  • Photograph Dunseverick Castle

    Records of Dunseverick Castle date back to the 5th century. In the 9th century Viking raiders attacked the remote coastal fortress. Quick research suggests that the castle was intact and in use until the mid-17th century. Today, all that remains a...

  • Hike the Mediterranean Steps & The Rock of Gibraltar

    The most prominent geographical feature in Southern Spain, the Rock of Gibraltar technically sits in a British Overseas Territory. The Rock has served as a strategic military fortress for millennia, as far back as 1000BC, and is known as one-half ...

    1 miles 780 ft gain

  • Walk the Three Distilleries Path

    The Isle of Islay is considered the center of Scotland's whisky tourism. Remote, pictureque and smelling of malt, the island is home to eight active distilleries, with as many as 25 located on the island throughout the years.  Although a few tour ...

    7 miles