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.
Below are a variety of shots, some of which are easily accessible with pullout parking, and some that require a little more effort by hiking in the snow or snowshoeing.
I grew up fortunate. No, I wasn't the richest kid, and I was never sporting the newest pair of Nikes. I was never the most liked or funniest kid in the class, but I was still fortunate.
You know that feeling when you take a spontaneous adventure and whether it's true or not, you're certain you couldn't have done it better because how could you possibly ask for more? Yeah.
We left Edmonds at 5am with high spirits as we drove south to our first stop of the day, High Steel Bridge.
As the weather warms and melts away winter snow, the most wonderful time of the year rapidly approaches: Nepal trekking season.
Have you ever felt like you've walked into another world? That the place you had discovered was so beautiful it seemed almost...
Most people think of Fort Collins as the loud beating heart of Colorado’s thriving microbrew community, and it is, but it is also a proud gateway to the Rocky Mountains: positioned right up against t.
Several months ago, while I was still finishing up my undergrad, I read an article written by a barista/musician about how to tolerate working a job that you're not passionate about.
Every person will experience Big Sur differently in every single trip. It's never the same driving along the coast due to the dramatic effects permitted by the coast's ever-changing weather.
A couple of years ago, I was sitting on my couch at home watching "Wild," the film based on Cheryl Strayed's memoir, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, and I remember feeling overwh.
We try to make the pilgrimage down south to California once a year to drink in the beauty that is Yosemite National Park. It's a must visit! This fall, we got the itch to make the trip again.
I was never really one for the arts growing up. My dad was a doctor, a man of science, and pushed all of us kids in that direction.
Everyone loves a good story. Spending time in the outdoors you hear a lot of stories.
Everyone deserves a good adventure and traveling is the best way to achieve it.
West Virginia gets a bad rap for lopping off the tops of their mountains and, sadly, it's not without good reason.
(A sub zero Morning On Wallowa Lake, December 2016) Last month, a few of my friends and I traveled to Joseph, Oregon and got a cabin in the Wallowas.
Professionally Adventurous Stand them side by side with the Adventurously Professional and they might not look much different, but these are the kind of crazy outdoorsman and women that have dedi.