Posts tagged national parks
What to Wear to Zion National Park

Zion is a wonderland of canyons and trails. Whether you’re taking on the infamous Narrows hike through a river canyon, climbing high above the basin on Angel’s Flight, or simply taking a nature walk to the Emerald Pools, I’ve listed some great hiking clothing and gear that will make your hiking experience better prepared and more enjoyable.

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City Guide: The Stunning Granite Rock Faces of Yosemite
City Guide Joshua Tree: A Rustic Desert Escape

Joshua Tree is a gorgeous desert escape with its towering rock formations, starry skies and quirky art installations. This is a complete guide for all the wonderful activities there are to experience in this quaint desert town.

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Visit Joshua Tree's Best Lookout Point at Sunset

Key's View is the best drive-up vista in Joshua Tree National Park. From the top you can see the Coachella Valley and the San Andreas Fault. You can also catch a view of Southern California's two highest mountains, Mount San Jacinto and Mount Gorgonio. On a clear day you can see California's largest lake, the Salton Sea.

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Go Off-roading in Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is filled with spectacular vistas and all types of outdoor adventures. If you’re looking for a fun adrenaline rush racing through the park in the open air, rent a UTV from Glacier Ridge Runners to do some off-roading through the tall tree-lined pathways.

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Go Backpacking in Joshua Tree with Shoestring Adventures

A 3-day journey backpacking through Joshua Tree National Park with Shoestring Adventures. We started at Indian Cove, and took well marked trails to Big Pine, then Willow Hole trail. 

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Hike Ryan Mountain in Joshua Tree

Ryan Mountain is a well marked trail inside Joshua Tree National Park. This is my favorite hike in Joshua Tree because of the expansive top-down view of the park from the 5,457 foot peak.

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