For me 2016 passed by in a blur. It was a busy year, an adventurous year, a dangerous year, but most of all, one of the best years of my life.
As a kid growing up in Catskill State Park, I was fortunate to experience four vastly different seasons each year. Winters were harsh, spring was fresh and stormy and summers were hot and humid.
Snow. Ice. Limited daylight. Vast swaths of unattended roads.
On the Central Coast of California, Highway 1 winds through a section of rocky coastline known as Big Sur.
10. The Big 5 Obviously, this is the biggest reason why so many travel long distances to visit Kenya.
My father, though I doubt he intended it, instilled in me a great need go further with less.
The cold weather and wet or snowy conditions should not stop anyone from enjoying the great outdoors.
Rule number one of road trips: plans never go as planned. Something you just have to learn and deal with.
Standing atop a towering peak, looking out over the mountain expanse, and appreciating the hard work you put in to get there is a pretty badass feeling.
You know how you plan for a big trip and just hope nothing goes wrong? If you've read any of my other stories, you'll know that my trips often turn into little adventures that are pretty much damag.
National monuments have been thrown into the crosshairs of the raging debate over public lands.
In 2016, I hiked to Brandywine Falls, and claimed it was one of the "Highest Effort Pictures" of 2016... This time, I decided to do it in the dark, after significant snowfall.
California’s highway 395, running from the Mojave desert to desolate Modoc County, is a hell of a road. As far as north-south highways go, the 395 is often forgotten.
Over my winter break from college this year, I had an intimidating task to complete: either create or buy all of the remaining gear needed for this summer’s upcoming road trip.
This fall I spent 6 weeks with my twin sister on a road trip through the American Southwest.
In Idaho, sometimes you don’t even have to leave the car to reach unbelievable views, but if you’re willing to bundle up and put in a little extra effort, you’ll have the best seat in the house for a.
(Otter Rock, Newport Oregon) Most people wouldn’t think of January when imagining the perfect beach day with your friends.
Summer 2017 quickly approaches, believe it or not, and with that comes the planning of another season of adventure.
Among the flurry of executive orders, proclamations, and tweets coming out in the first days of the Trump administration was a gag order issued to the National Park Service limiting communication wit.
I’ve always been a fan of traveling alone. I’m an introvert and a photographer which means I don’t talk much and pull the car over constantly to shoot photos and wander.
We wrote a story a little while ago that laid out our top tips for saving up enough money to make your round-the-world trip dreams a reality.
Last summer Brian and I took a 17-day trip to Europe. Without a doubt, our favorite part of the excursion was the time that we spent exploring the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands.
If there are any of you that want to explore and maybe take a road trip but do not want to worry about making hotel reservations or pitching a tent, this might be for you.
It's been one heck of a year so far for all of us powder hounds. With all the snow that keeps dumping at the resorts and in the backcountry, the only thing you need to do is make your plans.