Yellowstone National Park

Winter came early to Yellowstone (in August!). Ice and heavy snow at higher elevations and trail closures combined forced us to drive around the majestic Park and explore a lot of different sites. Check out this guide to visiting Yellowstone National Park!

Camp Muir – Mt. Rainier

If you've known me for a while or follow the blog regularly, you know that I hiked the Appalachian Trail. That was a pretty tough hike! These days, I mostly day hike and while I might be slow on my way up to a mountain, I don't often doubt my ability to get to my... Continue Reading →

2018 Road Trip Recap

If you're following my YouTube channel, you know that I've been posting videos regularly but unfortunately I've been neglecting the blog! It turned out that I couldn't manage to maintain the blog, create videos and hike in the five weeks that I was on the road! Now I'm back from the trip. Settled into the... Continue Reading →

Split Rock – Wyoming

We're nearing the end of the first week on the road to the West Coast! We've already seen so many beautiful places, met great people and are having a great time. We're moving through places at lightening speed, so it's been a little hard to update the blog in the order that we're experiencing them.... Continue Reading →

Point of Rocks

This blog is usually about my hiking adventures or misadventures but occasionally, I share other interesting things I get into. Last weekend, one of the hottest weekends in the DC area so far, I rode my scooter to the Point of Rocks which is off the Appalachian Trail in Maryland. Located in the southern part... Continue Reading →

West Coast Road Trip – Camp Reservations

During our road trip this summer, we’re visiting and camping at some of the most popular National Parks in the country. While it’s an amazing experience, camping in National Parks, particularly established campgrounds in popular ones, require advance planning. Given the ground we’re covering in five weeks, we mostly opted to stay in these places... Continue Reading →

West Coast Road Trip – Hiking Permits

National Parks are a popular summer destination, so planning a trip to one much less several requires meticulous and early planning. Ricardo and I started planning our trip in mid-February, which is a little later than advised. It gave us enough time to apply for hiking permits but we were behind on making camp reservations,... Continue Reading →

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