The Mississippi River Headwaters are the birthplace of the mighty Mississippi River! Here you can cross the river on foot and there are several beautiful walking trails all around Itasca State Park. There is a Visitor Center which has bathrooms, a gift shop and outdoor water fountains. You can also speak with the Park Ranger team and learn about the area. There is a huge variety of wildlife and plant life and it's a brilliant place to explore!
Many thanks to Itasca State Park for hosting the stream!
Billy Barr, stylized as billy barr, is an American amateur scientist known for his collection of over 40 years of data on snow levels, temperatures and animal migration in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Barr's data collection is recognized as critical evidence of the effects of climate change.
Learn all about his fascinating story here - many thanks to billy barr community center for hosting the stream!
Heart Six Guest Ranch in Wyoming, USA is surrounded by National Parks including Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Our Yellowstone Lodging activities include day trips to Old Faithful, scenic float trips on the Snake River, horseback riding, fly fishing and much more!
This is the habitat and best place to see North America’s most impressive big game animals including buffalo, elk, grizzly bears, and wolves. After a long day of adventures, The Buffalo Valley Cafe is right here on property, offering delicious food and drinks.
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Welcome to Leavenworth, Washington USA! Whether you're interested in spas, geocaching, outdoor theatre, wine tours, or interesting museums, Leavenworth is the place for you.
Our village has a Bavarian theme and is full of picturesque mountain views. It's the perfect place to stay if you want to experience some of the best that the Northwest has to offer in terms of hospitality and charm. There are plenty of things to do here too, so you'll never get bored. Whether you're looking to hit the slopes in the winter or enjoy the warmer months hiking and biking, we've got you covered. Make sure to check out our specialty shops, world-class wineries, eclectic dining options, and relaxing spas during your stay!
Many thanks to Visit Leavenworth for hosting the stream!
Kris Kringl is a year-round Christmas shop that helps you celebrate the moments – big and small – and the traditions – new and timeless. With unforgettable gifts and beautiful home décor, bringing joy to your life and those you care about is something we specialize in. Since 1986, Carl Evans has owned Kris Kringl – a place “Where it's Christmas all year long” in the heart of the Bavarian Village of Leavenworth, Washington, USA..
Whether you visit us online or in person, we'd love to help you find something that helps bring the magic of the holidays to you and yours. Your happiness is our goal! Check out the store and find an amazing gift at KrisKringl.com - thank you for choosing to shop small and we hope to see you soon!
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Niagara Falls is a group of three waterfalls at the southern end of Niagara Gorge, spanning the border between the province of Ontario in Canada and the state of New York in the United States. Here you can experience a natural wonder of the world, explore acres of pristine hiking trails and scenic terrain, immerse yourself in outdoor adventure and taste the simple goodness of orchards and award-winning wineries.
Niagara Falls is not only home to this majestic waterfall, it is a region rich in history and heritage, arts and culture, adventure, culinary, gaming and outlet shopping. With plenty of things to do and experiences available year-round, you will bring home a story worth telling over and over again.
Situated along Marl Run in South Harrison, New Jersey, we enjoy one of the most peaceful and quiet preservations in the state. During the day the woods are abundant with songbirds, and by night you can watch a variety of critters stop in for a drink of water! We hope you enjoy the stream as much as we do.
Many thanks to Joe Vitale for hosting the camera!
Livestream of the westward view from Star Island. Star Island is one of the nine Isles of Shoals located seven miles off the coast of New Hampshire and Maine. All are welcome to explore the island for a day, enjoy a meal, spend the night, or attend a conference.
Lunging Island is about two-thirds of a mile to the west of Star Island (seen near the center of the screen). White Island is just under a mile to the southwest of Star Island (partly seen on the left side of the screen).
Star is owned and operated by the nonprofit Star Island Corporation. Visit our web site at https://starisland.org for more information.
Ilene Nature Reserve was started in 1981, is a so-called "Ramsar" area,- an import area as regards wildlife/bird conservation and protection. This mud-flats area is worthy of protection and of great importance for birds as a rest and feeding ground during spring and autumn emigration.
236 different sorts of birds have been observed here from the nature trails and birdwatching towers. In addition, the activities in the area include information work, ringing of birds, courses in bird watching, and influencing political decision-makers to protect wetlands and other important biotopes and ecosystems.
Mount Fuji (富士山, Fujisan) is with 3776 meters Japan's highest mountain. It is not surprising that the nearly perfectly shaped volcano has been worshiped as a sacred mountain and experienced big popularity among artists and common people throughout the centuries.
Mount Fuji is an active volcano, which most recently erupted in 1707. It stands on the border between Yamanashi and Shizuoka prefectures and can be seen from Tokyo and Yokohama on clear days.
Another easy way to view Mount Fuji is from the train on a trip between Tokyo and Osaka. If you take the shinkansen from Tokyo in direction of Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka, the best view of the mountain can be enjoyed from around Shin-Fuji Station on the right hand side of the train, about 40-45 minutes into the journey.
Note however, that clouds and poor visibility often block the view of Mount Fuji, and you have to consider yourself lucky if you get a clear view of the mountain. Visibility tends to be better during the colder seasons of the year than in summer, and in the early morning and late evening hours than during the middle of the day.
If you want to enjoy Mount Fuji at a more leisurely pace and from a nice natural surrounding, you should head to the Fuji Five Lake (Fujigoko) region at the northern foot of the mountain, or to Hakone, a nearby hot spring resort. Mount Fuji is officially open for climbing during July and August via several routes.
Find out more and plan your stay at Japan Guide
This stream covers the Teign Estuary, giving views from the Ness in Shaldon, Shaldon Bridge, Ringmore as it pans to the edge of Dartmoor. There is a railway within the view but the focus is based much more on the beautiful scenery.
The camera pans back and forth between 7am and dusk and will wait on a static view at other times. The camera switches to Harbour views for 30 minutes at 09.00, 11.00, 13.00, 15.00 17.00 and 20.30 Daily
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Lala Mountain Nature Protection Zone Spring is filled with a romantic atmosphere! It formed into the Daguan Mountain Natural Landscape Reservation in 1986.
At Lala Mountain, a pink and white sea of flowers decorates the emerald green mountain top, attracting many tourists for the cherry blossoms. Around February to March every year, the 300-meter-long Zhongbaling Cherry Blossom Trail is filled with colorful Taiwan Cherry, Japanese Flowering, Prunus campanulata, Fuji cherry, etc. The falling petals in the breeze paint a beautiful and dreamy scene.
The mountain has the biggest area of juniper forest in Taiwan. The site is home to 18 giant juniper trees. Among these giant woods, the number five giant juniper is the oldest of all. It has a history of 2800 years! Besides the giant junipers, all kinds of rare birds also color the reservation region.
Shihmen Reservoir is reputed for its beautiful lake and mountain views all year round. Connected to over a dozen tourist attractions, the Reservoir offers green parks, bikeways, lake yachts, dam, spillway, wharf, Xizhou Park, Maple Park, Nanyuan Ecological Park, and so on.
Shihmen Reservoir is also a great place to admire the magnificent beauty of flowers and leaves. Fiery maple leaves and snow-white plum blossoms catch your eye in the wintertime. When spring comes, the peach, cherry and azalea bloom to compete for visitors’ attention with their captivating beauty. In the rainy season, Shihmen Dam will discharge its water, providing a spectacular view that attracts a great number of tourists.
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Open year-round, beautiful Montmorency Falls Park is just a few minutes from downtown Québec City. The waterfalls are 83 m (272') tall, a full 30 m (99') higher than Niagara Falls.
Take the cable car up the cliff to start the panoramic walking tour at the Manor, where are housed an interpretation centre, gift shop and restaurant. Follow the footpath along the top of the cliff to the suspended bridge, which affords a splendid view of the area. Keep walking along the path until you get to the 487-step staircase down the side of the cliff that will bring you to the foot of the falls. There are also three via ferrata routes near the falls, along with a 300-m (984.3’) double zip line.
This is a live view from Santiago Peak from the KWVE-FM broadcast tower.
From the summit of Santiago Peak, one can see the larger Southern California peaks like San Gorgonio Mountain, San Jacinto Peak, and Mount San Antonio. However, due to the large number of antennas at the top of Santiago Peak, a full 360-degree view of the surrounding landscapes is not possible. Those at the top must walk approximately a quarter-mile around the perimeter of all the antennas to take in views of every direction.
More than one trail leads to the top of Santiago Peak, but the most popular among hikers is the Holy Jim trail. The Holy Jim trail gains about 4,000 feet (1,200 m) in elevation and is a 16-mile (26 km) round trip. It is a moderate to strenuous hike and is most enjoyable during spring and winter due to the large number of insects during warmer times of the year.
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Sokolka is situated in the eastern part of Podlasie Vojevodship, on the edge of Knyszyn Primeval Forest, by the international road and railway route Warsaw-Bialystok-Grodno and running farther towards Minsk, Vilnius, Riga, St. Petersburg and Moscow. The municipality borders on Belarus and is situated on the territory of a future European Union’s east boundary. Sokolka municipality covers the area of 314 km2. It is inhabited by 28 thousand of people, with 20 thousand living in the town and 8 thousand in the countryside (90 villages).
The beautiful landscape of glacial hills reaching 230 meters above sea level which is the area of the protected landscape of The Sokolka Hills and The Landscape Park in the valley of Sokolda river encourage everyone to go in for hiking, cycling, horsing and skiing. The attraction in the summer time is the rest at the local reservoir. The bicycle trail from Augustow to Bialowieza runs through the town. Cyclists can find here many other beautiful paths.
Chattahoochee River Park is a great little park not far outside the city that is very family friendly, and great for flatwater paddling. This area is very picturesque and serene once you paddle away from the boat ramp. This is where the Atlanta Rowing Club meets. There is a playground and walking trails here too, making it a great place for a family outing. Rentals can be attained at the nearby Go With The Flow in Historic Downtown Roswell.
Powered by Atlanta Rowing Club - This is a view of the ARC Dock area using a webcam installed on the lower boathouse. This provides the ability to check weather (fog & wind) and river (water level & chop) conditions to determine suitability for rowing.
View of the Grand Tetons in Grand Teton National Park.
These magnificent mountains tower over a valley bisected by the Snake River. This beautiful valley, overlooked on the western edge by an impressive skyline, is known as Jackson Hole. The Teton Range dominates the landscape of the park.
The range began rising about 10 million years ago. Numerous earthquakes, up to a magnitude 7.5, released tension along the Teton fault building the mountains one step at a time. Each large earthquake breaks the ground by about ten feet dropping the valley floor three to four times as much as the mountains rise. The Grand Teton at 13,770 feet, towers about 7,000 feet above the valley floor suggesting the offset across the fault is up to 30,000 feet. The lack of foothills is due to the presence of the Teton fault.
Erosion fills the valley and carves the range crest forming the jagged Teton skyline. The rugged terrain and lack of foothills allures outdoor enthusiasts of all types to visit this area. Climbers summit at least 12 peaks in the Teton Range over 12,000 feet high with varying degrees of difficulty.
Star Valley is located in the United States between the Salt River Range in western Wyoming and the Webster Range of Eastern Idaho.
The altitude of the valley ranges from 5,600 feet (1,700 m) to 7,000 feet (2,100 m). Three major Wyoming rivers, the Salt River, the Greys River and the Snake River meet near Alpine Junction at Palisades Reservoir.
Numerous towns are located in the valley, including Afton, Thayne, Bedford, Etna, Smoot, Fairview, Osmond, Freedom, Grover, Auburn, Alpine, Nordic, Turnerville and Star Valley Ranch.
Star Valley was settled in the late 1870s by Mormon pioneers. Primary sources indicate Star Valley was proclaimed the "Star of All Valleys" for its natural beauty by a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The name was later shortened to Star Valley.
The idyllic Zurich Oberland is not far from Zurich. In the heart of this hiking and cycling area lies not only the highest mountain in the Canton of Zurich, but also the highest waterfall.
The expansive unspoiled landscape extends from Lake Greifen and Lake Pfäffikon all the way to Tössbergland. Here towers the Schnebelhorn, the highest mountain in the Canton of Zurich at 1,292m, closely followed by the Bachtel and Hörnli, which are both more than 1,100m. From these peaks, hikers and cyclists can enjoy the mountain panorama across Zurich Oberland all the way to the Alps. Take a well-deserved break afterwards in one of the 27 mountain inns.
There is also no shortage of culture and history in Zurich Oberland. Those interested in culture can explore the former textile stronghold of the 18th century, visit different museums or discover palaces, churches, castles, monasteries and convents.
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Garajonay National Park is a densely forested area on La Gomera, one of Spain’s Canary Islands. Misty and humid, the park has rare laurel forests and many subtropical plant species. From the Pajarito trailhead, a circular route reaches Alto de Garajonay peak, with archaeological sites and sweeping views. To the east, Mirador El Bailadero lookout has views of the Los Roques rock formations and of the Hermigua ravine.
Address: 38830 La Palmita, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Area: 40 km²
This live webcam is mounted at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, located 2.5 miles north of the Town Square in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. With views to the south, east and north overlooking the National Elk Refuge, live footage of wildlife can be seen.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art is unique in the sense that many animals depicted in artworks inside the building are visible in its natural habitat around the Museum. Keep watch for elk, coyotes, foxes, moose, bald eagles, raven, red tailed hawks, ermine, marmots, swans, and occasionally, wolves.
National Museum of Wildlife Art
Flat Creek Inn
The cozy hut is located on the most beautiful lookout mountain in Lower Austria, the Sonnwendstein.
At an altitude of 1481m you have a beautiful Panoramic view, on the world heritage 'Semmeringbahn', Rax, Schneeberg
and the Semmering area, as well as the Wechsel, Bucklige Welt etc.
In the hut and on our sunny terrace you will be served hearty meals such as homemade pork schnitzel, lentils or Pinzgau cheese dumplings.
Enjoy some relaxing hours with us in the best unencumbered mountain air. Find out more about the hut here
Located just 2 km from Kranjska Gora, Lake Jasna is a stunning alpine lake covering a surface area of 2.2 ha. A popular tourist destination, the views from here towards to surrounding mountains are nothing short of breathtaking. The lake is guarded by a statue of a Zlatorog (golden horn), the legendary chamois of Mt. Triglav.
In 2015, Lake Jasna underwent a facelift that has slightly transformed its overall appearance and tremendously boosted its popularity, with the addition of new visistor friendly features, that have received an informal approval by tourists and locals alike, in the form of increased visitor numbers.
The new features are new beach areas and better access for swimmers / sunbathers, newly opened bar / ice cream parlour and finally a new three-tiered wooden diving platform, resembling a castle turret.
Lake Jasna now offers not just a place for a walk to admire the views but somewhere lovely to while away whole Summer days on the beach, swimming and sunbathing - adding an important new dimension to Kranjska Gora’s Summer offering for tourists.