If you’re looking to sneak in a summit session in the Tetons, but don’t have the equipment or technical experience to reach the top of one of the famous Teton peaks, then the hike up to Static Peak is for you.
Have you ever been so in awe of a view, your mind went completely blank and no words could be formed to describe what lay before you? That's exactly what happened to us on this hike up to Blue Lakes Pass. If you’re up for a challenge and seeking perspectives from high above, then pack you bag, and get to this trailhead ASAP.
Without a doubt the most beautiful and rewarding hike we've had the pleasure of trekking! The Ice Lake Basin trail, though strenuous, features stunning views of more than three alpine lakes surrounded by the jaw-dropping San Juan Mountain range in the backdrop and is well worth the effort. Read more about this absolutely essential trail and all it has to offer.
We've been trekkin' around Texas for quite some time now and think we have a fairly solid scope on what the Lone Star State has to offer. Here are our top 10 favorite Texas state parks to explore any time of the year!
An adventure not for the faint of heart, Angel's Landing attracts thousands of adrenaline junkies each year. Whether or not you're a fan of heights, this is one trail you won't want to miss out on during your visit to Zion. Read our full review here to know what you're getting into.
A hike that packs it all in, the Lost Horse Mine loop takes you through the highs and lows of the Mojave Desert. Gaze down at the sweeping desert landscape and walk below a sea of Joshua trees. This trail has it all and you don't want to miss out on these panoramic desert views.
An experience like no other, a trip to Zion is not complete without venturing deep into the canyon and trekking through the winding Virgin river. If you're looking to escape some of the crowds, then take the plunge and check out the beauty that is the narrows.
With breathtaking views around every corner, he trail to Bertha Peak is something to add to your bucket list. Located in Big Bear and not too far from the big city of LA, this hike in San Bernardino National Forest is the escape you've been searching for.
For unbeatable and uninterrupted 360-panoramic views of the mountains composing the Continental Divide range, look no further than Lily Mountain. A short, yet steep, hike that will reward you for more than your efforts asked for. Read about our experience to know what to expect for your own.
A peak for those who want to see it all without having to exert all the energy. With views of Longs Peak, Hallett Peak, and many more along the Continental Divide, this trail doesn't disappoint. Check out our experience here to hype yourself up for an adventure of your own.
As one of the most popular hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park, many know of the beauty of Emerald Lake in the warm summer months. But what does it look like in the winter time, and what are the trail conditions like? Check out this article to find out.