The All-American Road Trip calls for some All-American stops. Although I encourage exploring other countries and cultures as often as I can, sometimes it’s true that there’s no place like home. The gorgeous scenery and vast untamed stretches of land make a West Coast road trip an adventure unlike any other. The hardest part is… Read More 25 Stops To Hit On A West Coast American Road Trip
The majestic Mount Huron stands proud and tall. It’s just tall enough to qualify as one of Colorado’s magnificent 14ers but it was definitely tall enough to kick my ass many times over. It barely scrapes past the 14,000 foot mark, ranking as the 2nd shortest of those 53 mountains. It peaks at just 14,006… Read More Guide to Hiking Colorado’s Huron Peak
I wrote a similar article about how to prepare for going on a solo road trip but I quickly realized that things go very differently depending on the season of the road trip. Currently at the tail-end of my late-fall/early-winter road trip, I had my fair share of “why am I doing this” moments. Pushing through… Read More How To Prepare For A Winter Road Trip
For those looking for the quick answer, yes. Going to Banff is always worth it. I wanted to squeeze in one more trip this year before settling in for the holidays. I was tired of constantly sweating in Asia and Central America, so I convinced a friend to come along and we opted for a… Read More Is It Worth Going to Banff in November?
Let’s face it. The soundtrack to a road trip can be just as important as the road trip itself. For the rest of eternity, when you hear a song, it will remind you of the fantastic memories that you made on your journey. That’s the really cool thing about music. But anyway, before I get… Read More 15 Songs Every Road Trip Playlist Needs
The wide open road. Alone time. Complete control over what music you get to play in the car. Going on a road trip alone can be one of the best adventures you can take. You don’t need to cater to anyone besides yourself, which means you can leave as soon as you want. You can… Read More Solo Road Trips: Things You Need To Know Before Embarking
As I’m hanging out in the States while waiting for my passport and visas mailed back to me, all of my friends are going on their own summer adventures. From Spain to Iceland to Australia, the FOMO is real for me and for a lot of us that are stuck at home. Summers can be… Read More Five Summer Adventures You Don’t Even Have To Leave The U.S. For
Palms are sweaty. Knees weak. Arms are heavy. Vomit on your sweater, already? Eminem could have very well written Lose Yourself about taking on Angel’s Landing. The daunting hike is one of the world’s scariest and deadliest. The uphill battle becomes exponentially more difficult once you close in on the final stretch. Looking down on… Read More 5 Things You Should Know Before Hiking Angel’s Landing
Ranked as one of America’s greatest adventures, The Narrows will take you upriver for miles between towering canyons and intricately eroded rock walls. Grab your walking stick and prepare to get soaking wet while you gaze in awe every step of the way. Along with the hike up Angel’s Landing, The Narrows made Zion National… Read More Hiking The Narrows At Zion National Park (GoPro Video)
So if you’ve been keeping up with me on Instagram and Snapchat, you would know that I’m currently hammocking my way through the Western United States. One of my first, and still favorite stops was Moab, Utah. Moab is a pretty small town, but it is a hugely popular international destination primarily because of… Read More Arches National Park is the Best National Park in the U.S.