The Cordillera Huayhuash is one of the most incredible things I’ve ever done. Eight days of trekking across 130 kilometers of brutal terrain, high altitudes, and exposing yourselves to whatever mayhem Pachamama wants to throw your way. It isn’t easy. It’s even less easy if you get awful weather. During the dry season, many travelers… Read More Should You Do The Cordillera Huayhuash During The Rainy Season?
Tucked away in the mountains of Mexico’s beautiful Oaxaca region, San Jose del Pacifico is as quiet of a town as it gets. It serves as a perfect stopping point for adventurous travelers that have made their way through northern Oaxaca’s incredibly diverse biomes and multitude of ruins, or those that have started in southern… Read More San Jose del Pacifico, Oaxaca, Mexico Travel Guide
So… my out of shape self decided that it would be good to impulsively go on the five-day Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu… and it was amazing. The Salkantay Trek is the top alternative for travelers who couldn’t be bothered to book the Inca Trail several months in advance, but still want to suffer miserably on… Read More The Ultimate Guide to the Salkantay Trek
On July 27th, 2016, my friend and I hiked Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park. It is an extremely scary hike, and at some points, you don’t even have room to step to the side or else you will plummet a few thousand feet to your death. Six people have died in recent years while… Read More Hiking Angel’s Landing: GoPro Video