Julie & BrianStoryteller

A photographer and writer with full time jobs and a passion for travel. We spend most of our free time exploring our native state of California, while dreaming about and planning our next adventures abroad. www.boundtoexplore.com | @boundtoexplore

Visit The Three Sisters in Glencoe, Scotland

Highland, United Kingdom

The "Three Sisters" also known as Bidean nam Bian Mountain in the Scottish Highlands resides in the Valley Glen off A82 going towards the town of Glencoe northwest of Glasgow and Stirling.

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Walk Along the Cliffs of Moher

Clare, Ireland

The best way to do this, or the easiest, would be by booking a tour. There is no bus that goes out to here, so you would have to rent a car otherwise.

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Hike to Burney Falls

Burney, California

Although the falls can be seen right from the parking area, this scenic 1.3 mile loop is a great hike for all levels of hiking ability.

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Hike Crags Trail to Castle Dome

Castella, California

One of the gems in the Shasta area, Castle Crags. You can spot these dramatic granite towers from a distance and their jagged formations beckon climbers and hikers alike.

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Photograph Tangle Creek Falls

Jasper, Canada

Tangle Creek Falls is a stunning multi-tiered waterfall along the Icefields Parkway in Jasper National Park.

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Hike to the Toe of the Athabasca Glacier

Jasper, Canada

This short hike is a must-do if you are driving up the Icefields Parkway and don't have the time or funds to take one of the tours that goes onto the glacier.

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Hike to Bear Gulch Reservoir in Pinnacles National Park

Paicines, California

Start the hike from the Bear Gulch Trail Parking lot.  While pulling in, the trail head is on the left.  The Trail is marked Reservoir, Caves, and High Peaks.

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Explore Pinnacles National Park

San Benito County, California

It’s hard to believe how many people don’t know about this place, which was newly designated as a National Park in January 2013.

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Hike Wall Street in Bryce Canyon

Bryce, Utah

Hoodoos? What's that you say? Hoodoos are these amazing rock formations that Bryce Canyon is famous for. This hike is hands down the best way to see the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon.

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Winter Hike the Navajo-Queens Garden Loop

Bryce, Utah

Winter is a wonderful time to visit Bryce Canyon because there is snow on the ground but the sun shines bright.

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Hike Navajo Loop and Queens Garden Trail

Bryce, Utah

There are many many trails that explore the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon and this is just one option of a combination of trails that is about 3.5 miles.

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Explore Gibbon Falls, Yellowstone NP

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Gibbon Falls is a stunning, 84-foot waterfall in Yellowstone National Park.

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Hike the Sinks Trail

Orange County, California

Dogs are not allowed in the park, but the trails are family friendly. This trail is often shared by hikers, mountain bikers, and trail runners.

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Hike the Narrows, Zion NP

Springdale, Utah

Hiking the narrows in Zion National Park is one of my favorite hikes and something I return for almost every year, I can still remember my first visit as a kid.

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Hike Angels Landing, Zion NP

Hurricane, Utah

Angels Landing has long been one of my favorite national parks hikes.  The hike is thrilling, extremely photogenic, and appeals to those who enjoy exchanging leg power for views.

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Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive

Bryce, Utah

Inspiration Point: All who look out from this point are bound to be inspired. The intricacies of the hoodoos and their formation through the erosion of the Claron Formation is simply beautiful.

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Photographing the Sunset at Canyon Junction Bridge

Hurricane, Utah

The view of the Watchman from Canyon Junction Bridge is one of the most highly photographed views in Zion National Park.

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Hike Zion's Canyon Overlook Trail

Hurricane, Utah

The trailhead is located east out of the 1.1 mile long tunnel off highway 9.

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Explore Aliso Creek and Wood Canyon

Aliso Viejo, California

The Aliso Creek and Wood Canyon Trail is shared by trail runners, mountain bikers, horseback riders and hikers. The trail is open for use year-round with abundant wildflowers in the spring.

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Hike Borrego Canyon via Vista Lookout Trail

Lake Forest, California

The trail is open year-round and is kept in good condition. The trail is shared by hikers, trail runners, and mountain bikers.

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Hike to Zion's Upper Emerald Pool

Hurricane, Utah

Start this trail walking across the bridge over the Virgin River into the start of the trails that lead to the pools.

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Photograph the Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

The Upper Geyser Basin is home to a multitude of unique hot springs and geysers that look just plain cool.

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Explore the Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

The Norris Geyser Basin is Yellowstone's most acidic and varying hydrothermal area.

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Trail Run at Schwabacher Landing

Moose, Wyoming

If you are looking for one of the most scenic trail runs in the country, check out the trail at Schwabacher Landing. The trail starts at the parking lot with an elevation of 6,545 feet and is flat.

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