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Meet Joshua Tree, The Youngest National Park in America
The conjunction of the Mojave and Colorado deserts in southern California gives way to one of America’s greatest green spaces, Joshua Tree National Park. Commemorated during Franklin Roosevelt’s presidency in 1936, it did not gain national park status until 1994, making it the youngest national p...
K2, the Second Highest Peak, is Even More Harrowing Than Everest
The highest point on Earth and the "throat of the world," Mt. Everest is iconic. Many adventurers have been inspired to pack their crampons and ice picks in hopes of summiting the mother mountain. At over 29,029 ft., Mt. Everest is the towering giant amongst its brothers and sisters. However, the...
Hilton Head Island: Where Big Things Come in Small Packages
Hilton Head Island is a low-country town in South Carolina that only measures 12 miles across by 5 miles wide, but despite it's small size, packs a huge punch. Stunning golf courses, top-rated tennis facilities, delicious seafood, and gorgeous scenery all contribute to it's ranking as one of the ...
An Inside Look at the White House Garden Tour
The White House Garden Tour is a rare opportunity to glimpse into the stomping grounds of the President of the United States. Open to the public a few times a year each fall and spring, tickets are free from the National Park Service, but they are handed out early and high in demand.
The Wonderfully Weird World of Asheville
People often associate North Carolina with Raleigh the capital, the culture of Charlotte or the sandy beaches of the Outer Banks. Largely overlooked, Asheville is one of the South's greatest gems, that can best be described as “a riddle, wrapped inside a mystery, wrapped inside an enigma." So how...
Find Namaste: Go Off the Grid at San Marcos La Laguna
When life starts to be a drag and your daily routine leaves you in a rut, it's time for a reset. A getaway that is both reflective and restorative. A retreat that is not only beautiful but spiritual. When you're ready to escape the grind, that destination is San Marcos La Laguna, Guatemala
Have You Heard of "The Grand Canyon of the East"?
Have you ever heard of Letchworth State Park? Neither had I. When my friend mentioned it being a great daytrip from Rochester, I was excited, but wasn’t expecting anything crazy. After all, if the park were so great, SURELY I would have heard of it before.
11 Reasons the John Muir Trail is the Best Long Distance Hike (For Trekking Newbies)
Make no mistake about it, the John Muir Trail is epic, but it's not impossible. In fact, it's quite achievable for the active adventurer. Located within the Sierra Nevada mountains in California, John Muir a 211-mile hike that can be completed in anywhere from 15-21 days.
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