For city dwellers, the great outdoors is revered as a place that exists beyond the confines of your usual environment—somewhere that you drive for days to get to, where there are no buildings or people, and where nature is practically climbing in through the window of your vehicle.

But here’s the thing: the outdoors is everywhere. The minute you’re not inside, you’re in the outdoors. And with many people now reluctant to travel far from home, it’s a great time to explore your local environment and discover outdoor spaces that you might never have realized were right under your fire escape.

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