Some of the most breathtaking natural wonders of the world are found deep in forests. Pristine lakes, towering trees, and scenic views attract thousands of tourists to these protected sites. But many of these sites are filled with hauntings pasts.
Here are six forests that are rumored to be haunted. For the bold and daring, these are perfect for quick thrills.
Life hack: don’t hike in secluded forests by yourself.
New pavement helps replenish groundwater and reduce erosion--made from Michelin tires
GREENVILLE, S.C., Sept. 3, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Old Faithful, one of the world’s most iconic natural wonders, now has an even more ecofriendly surrounding thanks to the installation of a newly paved walkway that creates a porous, clean and flexible surface that uses recycled Michelin tires along with other materials.
As part of our evolving partnership with the Yellowstone Park Foundation, one of the world’s oldest national parks now features high-efficiency KOHLER® fixtures in its historic Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel. More than 9,000 gallons of water are saved each day, and that’s just the start.
Old Toyota Camry Hybrid batteries are set to power the Lamar Buffalo Ranch field campus at Yellowstone National Park. The old nickel-metal hydride battery packs hold a total of 85 kilowatt hours and will be recharged with solar and hydro power.
Yellowstone National Park is the oldest National Park in the U.S.
One batch of used hybrid car batteries will set the oldest National Park alight!
Toyota has donated 208 used Camry Hybrid nickel-metal hydride battery packs to be used at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch field campus in Yellowstone National Park. The batteries, which hold a total of 85 kilowatt hours, offer more than enough power to keep the campus’ five buildings powered for a year.
Torrance, Calif., June 4, 2014 /3BL Media/ – The nation’s oldest National Park is ready for some new power. Toyota Camry hybrid batteries will soon power the Lamar Buffalo Ranch field campus in Yellowstone National Park. It’s a new lease on life for the batteries and new, zero emission, energy option for the Park. Now that’s a “bear-able” solution!