There are very few places in the world that can be said to be a ‘must do’ for everyone regardless of their interest in the outdoors, but the Grand Canyon is one of them. Although it is the most visited nation park in the US, only ten percent of visitors see the North Rim and many have not even considered the possibility of seeing this world wonder from its other side. In this post, we compare both rims of the Grand Canyon that you can consider what each has and visit the side best for you.
As a place that must be seen to be believed, pictures of ‘The Wave’ speak a thousand words. Not surprisingly, the number of people hoping to capture a glimpse of the surreal sandstone waves has soared over recent years and getting your permit will become part of the adventure. In this post, we outlined what you need to know to maximize your chance of getting a wave permit and tips for staying safe during the hike.
Antelope Canyon is a surreal setting and a photographer’s dream. In this post, we outline how the canyon can be visited, as well as differences between the upper and lower canyons. In addition, we detail our experience at Waterholes Canyon, where we had the opportunity to explore a similar slot canyon in total solitude.
Petrified Forest National Park provides an up-close experience in the incredible geology behind petrified wood and the bizarre way that humans sometimes behave. Learn what gives petrified woods its beautiful colours and why you may not want to take a piece home with you.
A hiker’s paradise, there are over 100 trails to experience the beauty of the Sedona region making it overwhelming to figure out where to start. We’ve put together our top five hikes we highly recommend to anyone wanting to immerse themselves in this serene setting.
We outline the history of Saguaro National Park and provide tips for visiting both districts in Tucson Arizona to make sure you get the most out of your time there.
White Sands National Monument is a geologic and visual wonder. During our visit, we opted for the ultimate experience and camped in the dunes, where shifting light across the landscape during sunset and sunrise created an unforgettable experience.
On a journey through Santa Fe and Taos that started with the Georgia O'Keefe Museum and ended with a 1,000 year old pueblo we uncovered a world class arts scene, unique adobe architecture and a fascinating history in Northern New Mexico.
Located between Vancouver and Whistler, the hike to Panorama Ridge overlooking Garibaldi Lake provides a spectacular view of the BC Coast Mountains.
A true prairie oasis, Writing on Stone Provincial Park contains the largest concentration of First Nations petroglyphs on the great plains of North America.
From enthralling cultural and art history to the incredible street food, Mexico City's captivating energy blew us away with how much one city could embody.
Set along the stunning Maui coastline and originally built for Hawaiian royalty, The King's Highway is an ancient trail running through a Haleakalā lava flow.