Walk among towering hoodoos in silence. Located in Dixie National Forest, feel the uniquely different textures of pine and pastel sandstone. Crawl through hidden ATV and biking trails in solace, and wish upon stars in the silence of night.
A Pastel Paradise in Utah
Bryce Canyon National Park is a colored rock paradise. Approachable nearly year-round, pictures don’t do justice as golden light pours over ponderosa and spruce forests into deep, pastel amphitheaters.
Summer Island Hop: The Ultimate Hawaiian Hiking Guide
From the culture to the land and the ridges to the sand, the Hawaiian islands and their uniqueness make one visit an unforgettable experience. Across all islands, though, one thing is for certain: the hiking is top-notch, and getting on the trails is a must for many.
This read offers the coolest adventures across multiple islands to get the most out of your Hawaiian vacation. Odds are this tour of the islands will have you planning a return trip!
Astrophotography: Stargazing Souvenirs
Although it can get pretty complicated, astrophotography is quite simply the art of capturing the night sky in great detail. Astrophotography images usually consist of and center around the Milky Way and its core, which houses the densest collection of stars in the night sky.
The Great Sand Dunes National Park: Mountains of Sand and Historic Land
The Colorado Mountains: An unlimited source of jagged peaks, wind-carved cliffs, and snow-capped vistas. But one of those mountains is quite a lot softer… literally.
Hi Again, Matthiessen: Colors and Canyons Outside of Chicago
If you’re living in my home city and you’re undecided if nature is your thing, or even if you’re visiting The Windy City and you want to pass on the horns and train rumblings for a while, start your day at this state park that offers hiking, a fort, beautiful canyons, and a WATERFALL!