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...

Outdoor Ethics & The Principles of Leave No Trace, Leave No...

The Best Environmental Practices To Reduce Your Impact When enjoying and adventuring in the outdoors there is a set of standards and ethics that are...

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...

Hiking Taft Point to Sentinel Dome Loop

Taft Point and Sentinel Dome are two prominent landmarks along the south rim which boarders Glacier Point Road. You can visit each point or...

Best & Worst Yosemite Day Hikes

Yosemite is full of hiking trails that go on for miles and miles, which almost makes it like a choose your own adventure hiking...

Top 5 Death Valley Must Sees Attractions

There are SO many amazing places to visit in Death Valley it's really hard just pick 5, so we didn't, we picked 6! Death...

Hiking The Mist Trail in Yosemite

The Mist Trail is one of the most popular and beautiful trails in Yosemite. Marked by amazing landscapes and waterfalls views, it's pretty obvious...

Guide for Hiking Mt. Baldy (Mt. San Antonio)

Mt. Baldy is the highest peak in Los Angeles county and is a popular and difficult hike that's just over an hour outside of...

Guide to Visiting Horseshoe Bend

: I revisited horseshoe bend in 2018 after having visited it 7years before. Below is my account from 7 years ago with updates as...

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...