Hiking to Wall Street in Bryce Canyon

The infamous Wall Street is one of the most well know rock formations in Bryce Canyon. It's an iconic section of Bryce's Amphitheater marked...

The Navajo Loop Trail

The Navajo loop trail is probably one of the most popular, best, fastest, and easiest ways to see and hike in Bryce National Park....

How to Avoid and/or Recover From Altitude Sickness

Altitude sickness (also know as mountain sickness) is rarely fatal, but it will definitely put a damper on your travel plans. Avoid ruining days...

Point Lobos State Reserve

It doesn't get much more beautiful than Point Lobos State Reserve. It's an unforgettable area of the central coast of California with amazing wildlife,...

Visiting Antelope Canyon

There's no surprise or denying the beauty of Antelope Canyon. What did surprise me however, was how obviously it was that making money is...

The General Sherman Tree Trail

The General Sherman Tree is touted as the "biggest tree in the world"! It's not really the biggest or the widest tree, but because...

The Big Trees Trail

The park services didn't exactly think outside the box much when naming this trail. It's not much of a hike, but it is a...

Hiking Ubehebe Crater

Ubehebe Crater in Death Valley is a much more impressive crater than I initially thought it would be. It's about 1/2mi wide and 600ft...

Hiking Mosaic Canyon in Death Valley

Hiking Mosaic Canyon is one of the best ways to introduce you to the unique beauty of Death Valley. It has a diverse range...

Guide to Visiting Death Valley

Foreboding, desolate, isolated, and brutally beautiful; Death Valley in the largest national part in the continental US at 140 miles long and 15 miles...