With over 2.5 million visitors in 2019, Bryce Canyon National Park is the second most popular of the “Mighty 5” Utah national parks. Bryce is known for its unique geology and stunning sunrises. As a certified dark sky park, it’s also one of the best places in the world to… Read More »The Ultimate Guide to Bryce Canyon National Park
Discover all the must-see places in 8 days on the best Utah national parks road trip. Plus, get tips on where to stay and the best time to visit Utah.
Are you looking to improve your camping skills? This guide covers everything beginners need to know about camping. You’ll find tips on how to plan your first camping trip, how to choose camping gear, and camping safety basics. Plus, I’m sharing my favorite tips on camp cooking, getting a good night’s sleep, and staying clean in the outdoors!
As one of the most visited national parks in the country, most people have heard of Zion National Park. With once-in-a-lifetime hikes, it’s obvious why so many people have Zion on their bucket list. But as one of the most popular parks, Zion can be crowded and require extra planning.… Read More »The Ultimate Guide to Zion National Park
Want to visit Zion National Park in Utah but aren’t sure when to go? This guide covers the best time to visit Zion National Park for hiking, camping, avoiding crowds, and more!
Redwood National Park is home to the world’s oldest growth coastal redwood trees. In fact, the world’s tallest tree (of any kind) grows here. Hyperion stands at 379 feet – that’s 70 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty! Unlike other national parks, Redwood National Park isn’t just a national… Read More »The Ultimate Guide to Redwood National Park
The US National Park system has 62 parks and Glacier National Park is my absolute favorite (so far at least!). Snow-capped mountains and glacial blue waters are enough to take anyone’s breath away. Along with the clear effects of climate change, Glacier National Park should be on your 2020 bucket… Read More »The Ultimate Guide to Glacier National Park