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Zion National Park

I had the pleasure of having a best friend I had the pleasure of having a best friend trip, with my ride or die Blake, to this beautiful park last May. Maybe eight months before we went we decide to point to a national park on the map go there. The only thing we planned was that it had a trail we could backpack…and that’s about it. We didn’t know anything else. Zion wasn’t on our bucket list per se, but it quickly became one of our favorite places in the whole world.

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Trail Talk: Rodney Falls/Hardy Falls/Pool of the Winds

Location: Rodney Falls, Hardy Falls, Pool of the Winds (Hamilton Mountain Trailhead) – Beacon Rock State Park Difficulty: Easy-Moderate Distance: 2.5 miles out and back (roughly) Elevation: 600’ Cost: This park does require a Discovery Pass: $10 for day pass, $30 for annual Washington State Pass Both of which can be purchased directly on site … Continue reading “Trail Talk: Rodney Falls/Hardy Falls/Pool of the Winds”

Trail Talk: Latourell Fall

Location: Latourell Falls (Corbett, Oregon: The Columbia River Gorge) Difficulty: Easy-Moderate Distance: 2.4 Mile Loop (The map on site and several websites listed it at 2.4. When I hiked this with a friend we both recorded on separate tracking systems, Suunto and Garmin, and recorded it at 3 miles) Elevation: 520 ft Cost: FREE Parking: … Continue reading “Trail Talk: Latourell Fall”

Enjoy the Destination

Todays blog is all about unique stays. Why you may need them, how to find them, and gems I’ve come across in my travels. There are several factors that can hinder an adventure while traveling: Being too introverted and/or shy to attempt something or going somewhere that seems “scary”. I myself am part of this … Continue reading “Enjoy the Destination”

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