Hiking Mount Baldy: Tips for a Successful Summit

Tips for Hiking Mount Baldy Hiking Mount Baldy is a strenuous and wonderful experience. Over the years, I have seen the crowds grow substantially for those looking to hike Mount Baldy. I think it’s great that more people are getting … Continued

Mineral King Backpacking: Mosquito Lakes

Mineral King Backpacking |Sequoia National Park Mineral King backpacking is easily one of my favorites in Sequoia National Park, and even in all of California. Less crowded than it’s brother, Kings Canyon, but also more difficult to get to, Mineral … Continued

Backpacking Sequoia National Park: Franklin Lakes in Mineral King

Backpacking Sequoia National Park | Franklin Lakes For Backpacking Sequoia National Park, The Mineral King area is easily one of my favorite places to go, and really even in all of California. Less crowded than its brother, Kings Canyon, but … Continued

Two Weeks in New Zealand: A (mostly) Complete Itinerary

Looking to spend two weeks in New Zealand? I’ve got a fantastic itinerary for you that will cover the North Island and the South Island – but, don’t expect to sit around doing nothing. You’ll have to work for it! I … Continued

Group Travel Tips: How to Travel with a Group – and Still Stay Friends

Traveling alone is cool in its own way, but so is group travel! However, traveling with friends can be difficult and can even lead to rifts in those friendships that could otherwise be avoided. Don’t fall victim – here are … Continued

What to see in Iceland, Day 8 – The Blue Lagoon, and our departure beautiful island of Iceland

When researching what to see in Iceland, the Blue Lagoon will show up on pretty much every list. As you’ll read below…I can’t quite understand why, especially since it’s not cheap. In a country filled with so much natural beauty, … Continued

What to See in Iceland, Day 7 – Shopping, a Penis Museum and Dinner in Reykjavik

Day 6 of our Icelandic adventure had been a relatively clear day for October in Iceland, but unfortunately today was not going to be quite as nice. We woke up to rain, but really didn’t have much planned besides walking … Continued

What to See in Iceland, Day 6 – Unlimited Lobster soup in Grindavik, Expensive Beers in Reykjavik

On day 6 of our Icelandic adventure, we would be leaving the south side of Iceland and heading back towards downtown Reykjavik. We had to return our sad car rental to the office in Keflavik, and while there we figured … Continued

What to See in Iceland, Day 5 – Lazy day exploring Southwest Iceland

Looking for what to see in Iceland? Here are some great sites in Southern Iceland that don’t take much effort to see on the beautiful island! In this article: Skogafoss Waterfall in Iceland Beautiful Black Sand Beach in Iceland Rock … Continued

What to See in Iceland, Day 4 – Ice Climbing in Iceland, Falljökull Glacier in Skaftafell National Park

What to see in Iceland? How about a Glacier!? Ice climbing in Iceland on a Glacier – yes, please! Before our trip, while researching what to see in Iceland, I came across an ice climbing trip on the Falljökull glacier in … Continued

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