Want to get started hiking? Anyone can do it. Follow my tips for success on the trail from a city girl converted.
Nestled between the mountains and reality, Boulder and Denver have been called the foodiest, happiest, beeriest, and fittest cities in the country so the next time you’re looking for a quick getaway – give Colorado a look.
On the Colorado-Utah border, Moab is a popular weekend trip or last-minute getaway. Home to two national parks, one state park, and the roaring Colorado River, it’s one of the undisputed adventure capitals in the country.
Outdoor recreation is a major draw for visitors to Colorado, with hiking one of the area’s most accessible attractions. From scaling epic peaks to easy “walks in the park,” green space, aspen forests, and an entire mountain playground await. We’ve […]
While most people think of the desert as barren flatland or dusty sand as far as the eye can see, that’s hardly an accurate picture. You may not know it, but Northern Arizona used to be completely volcanic, which actually […]
Hip hip hooray, hiking season is finally upon us. With summer the prime time to explore, people know the big bucket-list worthy hikes in the U.S. (looking at you Pacific Coast Trail and the Appalachian Trail), but there still plenty […]
Nepal is often portrayed as this mystical land where people go to discover their true selves at an Ashram with some type of magical shaman leading them down a path of enlightenment. I’m not sure where those people are going, […]
Dubbed “America’s Best Idea,” one of my favorite summer activities is camping and hiking at the national parks. Officially, there are 59 national parks (not counting the state parks and other protected nature areas) spread across every biosphere and corner of […]