I’m gonna say it, “I LOVE COLORADO!”
Ok. I admit, but I’m a total sucker for this. But everytime I hear Colorado, the first thing that comes to mind is its 14ers or it’s rocky mountains that stand over 14,000 ft. Luckily, I visited my travel buddy, Michael, last week so we had more than enough days to acclimate before climbing one …
Want to have an epic road trip adventure from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles, but don’t know where to start? Do you love national parks or the beauty of nature? Do you want to visit stops that are quirky and fascinating? Then, here are my personal recommendations of fun stops along the way for …
Important Note: At first, I didn’t really enjoy Joshua Tree National Park, but spending a full day here (at my own pace, of course) made me appreciate this park more than before. Named for its native plant (Yucca Brevifoila), Joshua Tree National Park is the perfect outdoor spot for hikers, climbers, and tourists alike.
Located in the Angeles National Forest, Echo Mountain is not only easy day hike, but has a fascinating history.
Ahhh…the nostalgia…I remember my 5th grade field trip to Catalina Island. From snorkeling to dissecting a squid to roasting marshmallows with my classmates, I knew I had to revisit the island at some point.
Ever wonder which hiking trail brings out the best in Halloween spirit? I found the answer for you!
Michael and I are back in good ol’ California for another fun adventure! We’re off to one of the hottest places on Earth, Death Valley National Park.
After spending the night in Seattle, Michael and I drove along HWY 2 towards Leavenworth to backpack the Enchantments overnight. Along the way, the ever-changing landscapes were incredible!
After our hike at Mt. Rainier National Park, Michael and I spent another last minute stop at Olympic National Park before we spend the night at his cousin’s place in Seattle.
After exploring Fort Vancouver, we drove to Mt. Rainier National Park first thing tomorrow morning.
After Redwood National Park, Michael (my travel buddy) and I drove about two hours to Oregon. We’ve never been to Oregon so this was quite the adventure for us!