10 Best Places for Trekking in New Orleans 

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Audubon Louisiana Nature Center - The Audubon Louisiana Nature Center in New Orleans East is a paradise for nature lovers.

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Couturie Forest - The Couturie Forest is a natural protected area located in the City Park. The forest has waterways, native trees, and wildlife.

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Bayou Sauvage NWR Ridge Trail and Boardwalk - This location has restrooms and a picnic pavilion, and is the most popular access point on the refuge.

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New Orleans City Park - New Orleans City Park is the most popular tourist destination in New Orleans.

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Holiday Inn New Orleans West Bank Tower - High-rise hotel with an outdoor pool and on-site dining, as well as free WiFi and parking.

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Audubon Nature Institute - The Audubon Nature Institute is a ten-museum complex in New Orleans, Louisiana that offers educational experiences.

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New Orleans Marriott - Modern accommodation that features a restaurant and a wine bar, as well as an outdoor pool and an exercise room.

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Crescent Park - Crescent Park is a beautiful 20-acre linear park located along the river in New Orleans' Bywater neighborhood.

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Louis Armstrong Park - The 320-acre Louis Armstrong Park is home to the historic Congo Square and hosts concerts, movies, and other events.

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Audubon Park - The Uptown park surrounding the Audubon Zoo is a large and well-maintained park with many attractions such as the Audubon Trail Golf Course and the Audubon Zoo.

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