Travels With Darley

(Rochester, NY) - Follow Darley Newman in the new season of Travels With Darley, with six new episodes, airing back-to-back. Season five will take you from New York to New Mexico and all the way to the French Riviera. The new season features episodes filmed in the Southern Finger Lakes and airs Sunday, April 29, 2018 at 1 p.m. on WXXI-TV.

In the first episode of season 5, combine hands-on art with adrenaline pumping adventures throughout New York’s Southern Finger Lakes, soaring above Mark Twain Country, learning glass blowing in Corning, walking amid waterfalls in Watkins Glen State Park, and enjoying stand up paddle boarding in Hammondsport. Travelers join Darley and local experts to explore history, wine and culture in the Finger Lakes.

The fourth episode shows an East Coast nature escape in the Finger Lakes National Forest and Monongahela National Forest in New York and West Virginia. From a visit to the “Queen’s Castle” to learn about the women’s suffrage movement to a walk through an old growth forest teeming with life, viewers explore travel destinations for outdoor adventures by horseback riding, fly fishing, sailing and hiking.

The marathon explores the Continental Divide Trail in New Mexico, one of our nation’s National Scenic Trails, by biking, hiking and rafting with local guides. Discover history in Santa Fe’s Plaza, contemporary art at Meow Wolf, tailgating at the Santa Fe Opera and a Japanese style spa complete with artisanal sake.

Explore the Cote d’Azur along the Mediterranean Coast of France, learning about Picasso in Old Antibes, taking a stroll along Cannes famous promenade, visiting local markets in Nice, touring a perfume factory in Grasse and discovering one of history’s great mysteries on St Marguerite Island.

Picture: Travels With Darley, filming in the UK
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