Death Valley may be a desert, but it’s full of colorful life. Painted canyons, crystal-like salt flats, and unforgettable sunrises – here are 21 photos to inspire your trip to California’s stunning National Park.
Zion National Park draws some of the most extreme adventurers. With well-known hikes like The Subway and Angel’s Landing, this park may seem a little daunting – but not to fear! There’s plenty of easy and gorgeous hikes for those of us with less time on our hands (or more flab on our thighs).
With over 3 million acres of space and little likelihood of cell service, it’s important to have your ducks in a row before heading out into the desert. Here’s your complete guide to visiting Death Valley National Park.
California has no shortage of beautiful, diverse National Parks (8 of them to be exact) and Death Valley is no exception. It’s 3+ million acres of land are full of other-worldly beauty just waiting to be explored! From impressive sand dunes to mysterious salt flats – the diversity of this National Park will not disappoint.
There’s something for everyone in the Redwoods: Beaches, prairies, tide pools, wildlife and of course, the redwoods. Here’s how to see all the highlights in just 2 days.
I may have a slight obsession with waterfalls, making me much more susceptible to falling in love with this hike. But in my mind,…
Glacier National Park is a great place for a hike and Virginia Falls is one of the best hikes in the park! Explore waterfall after waterfall on this easy 3 mile trek.