Canoe Emerald Lake

Beat the crowd at Moraine Lake and paddle Emerald Lake instead! This lake is a must for any Banff/Yoho explorer. It's an easy drive off HWY 1 but stop at the Natural Bridge along the way.

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Hike to Pacheta Falls

Pacheta Falls is spectacular and worth the several hour drive over washboard roads and you explore the high country of Arizona.

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Hike Coal Mine Canyon

Coal Mine Canyon is a remote gem of the southwest that borders the Hopi and Navajo Indian Reservation.

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Photograph Elephant's Feet

Elephant's Feet is located 20 miles east of Tuba City on 160 right outside of Tonalea, AZ.

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Hike to Heidarhorn

If you have limited time in Iceland and/or are trying to make good time circumnavigating the entire island, you will not have time to complete the entirety of the world renowned Laugavegur Trek.

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Hike Stakkholts Canyon (Stakkholtsgja)

Starting at the trailhead, it is a leisurely hike into and through Stakkholts Canyon (in Icelandic, Stakkholtsgja).

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Explore Hraunfossar (Lava Falls)

A lesser known Icelandic waterfall, Hraunfossar is nonetheless beautiful and quite unique! Flowing out from beneath a gigantic lava flow, there is a magical quality to enjoying the subtlety of a wate.

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Sunset Hike the Cape Royal Trail

This is a very easy "hike" at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.

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Photograph a Sunset from the North Rim Lodge

I've read that only approximately 10% of Grand Canyon National Park visitors spend time at the North Rim, meaning the crowds are smaller in the most beautiful areas you can immerse yourself in withou.

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Cliff Jump At Fossil Creek Falls

The journey is definitely worth it! Don't let the description discourage you from visiting here.

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Hike Point Imperial Trail

Point Imperial is the highest point in the Grand Canyon, lying in the North Rim, at 8800ft and offering incredible views of staggered mountains. The trail itself is relatively easy.

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Hike Coyote Buttes North to the Wave

The hike to the Wave is 2.5 miles (one-way). When you arrive, take in the sandstone showing incredible striations of red, orange, pink, yellow, and beige.

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Hike to the Summit of Valahnúkur

The hike starts at the volcano huts in Þórsmörk, you head northeast on the main trail. Signs along the way will lead you all the way to the summit. it is about 1.5 miles one way.

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Þórsmörk's Skógar Hike

It is said that half of the population of Iceland believes in elves. If you spend time exploring the wilderness of Iceland, you'll begin to understand why.

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Explore Point Sublime

Its name says it all; this panoramic viewpoint at the north rim of the Grand Canyon is sublime: of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe.

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Photograph Kirkjufell and Kirkjufellsfoss

Only 2.5 hours from Reykjavík in good weather, Kirkjufell is a popular spot for Iceland photography.

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Climb the Tower at Hallgrimskirkja

Just a part of something to do while in Reykjavik. There is an epic church that stands out strong against the skyline.  Inside the church there is an impressive organ inside of the church.

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Explore Gljúfrabúi Waterfall

Starting in the parking area for Seljalandsfoss, follow the path that leads along the ridge line away from the main road. In less than twenty minutes, you'll reach a small marker and picnic area.

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Photograph the Waterfalls of Iceland

If you want to see Iceland's most incredible scenery, you have to rent a car and get a map. From Reykjavik, head south on Hwy 1.

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Hike Fimmvörðuháls Pass

You can start on either side of the pass whether it is Thórsmörk or Skógar, each way is just as visually stunning as the other.

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Hike to the Falls above Skógafoss

You can see Skogafoss from the highway. You will also immediately see the tourist buses and the throngs of people working hard to make the same photo.

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Backpack the Laugavegur Trail: Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk

First things first - catch one of the buses to the trailhead at Landmannalaugar. We chose to leave from a small hostel in Hella and ended up riding for just over two hours to reach our destination.

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Photograph Goðafoss

The parking lot for Goðafoss is clearly signed and you'll be able to see the falls from the parking lot.

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Explore Black Sand Beach

Black Sand Beach offers an expansive view of the ocean and nearby cliffs. It gets its name from the small black pebbles that make up whats known as the "black sand" of the beach.

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