Andrew HoangExplorer

  • Camp at Nehalem Bay State Park

    Nehalem Bay State Park is a great central location on the Oregon Coast to use as a base camp, whether you want to go south to explore Cape Kiwanda or go north to photograph the famous Cannon Beach. There are six loops: A-F, and only A-C are open i...

  • Hike to Hidden Falls in the Havasupai Reservation

    Coming from the campground, you'll want to backtrack back towards Navajo and Fifty Foot falls, crossing the bridge that you came over coming into the campground. Continue on the trail until you see a picnic table with a small canopy with a big pie...

    1 miles

  • Photograph the Deception Pass Bridge

    Once you've parked your car, there is a $10 fee which can be paid at the station right next to the bridge unless you have a Discover Pass. From there, you can either go down the stairs to the beach or continue to walk across. Towards the middle, t...

  • Explore Rattlesnake Lake

    Being only a 10 minute drive off the 90, this Lake is often overlooked by the popular Rattlesnake Ledge hike right above. Take exit 32 from the 90E onto 436th SE Ave and continue onto Cedar Falls Rd SE and continue for about 3 miles. At this point...

  • Snowshoe Lost Lake Whistler

    Hiding in the shadow of the incredible Whistler Blackcomb Resort is this little park that surrounds Lost Lake. Park in Lot 4 or 5 and walk over to Cross Country Connection to rent your snowshoes/cross country skis and buy your trail pass. Make sur...

    1.3 miles

  • Winter Hike Angel's Landing

    The popular Angel's Landing hike often sees thousands of people in the summer, making it a very crowded trail which can be annoying. Opt to camp in Zion and do this trail in the winter and the rewards are vast! With less crowds and no need for a s...

    5.4 miles 1500 ft gain