Christian MurilloExplorer

My love for natural landscape photography is what first got me outside. Now, I can hardly stay indoors. My sense of adventure has led me to travel all over the US (mostly in the SE), and also drove me to complete a +42,000 mile trip around the world.

Backpack to Joint Trail in the Canyonlands Needles District

Monticello, Utah

A large part of the grandeur of Canyonlands National Park is the vast barren vista at Island in the Sky, but no visit to Canyonlands would be complete without the intimate and immersive desert experi.

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Backpack the Lathrop Canyon Trail in Canyonlands

Moab, Utah

Access to this trailhead is a few miles south of the Islands in the Sky Visitor Center in Canyonlands National Park. An easy drive from Moab or Interstate 70.

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Camp at the Little Grand Canyon

Emery County, Utah

The Wedge and The Little Grand Canyon are located in Eastern Utah and despite their amazing beauty are relatively unknown and overlooked partly due to their close proximity to national parks like Arc.

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Hike to Rockhouse and Cane Creek Falls

Pikeville, Tennessee

Fall Creek Falls State Park is home to multiple waterfalls.

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Taking in Soco Falls

Maggie Valley, North Carolina

This double waterfall is located a mile and half off of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the Cherokee Indian Reservation.

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Hike to Table Rock Mountain

Pickens, South Carolina

While the Piedmont Foothills may sound deceptive, this is no easy trail. The first two miles of the Table Rock Trail take you soaring through the trees at a rapid pace.

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Hike at Wallace Falls

Gold Bar, Washington

The trailhead is located at the far end of the parking lot, next to the info kiosk and bathrooms. It starts out in a wide open area that shortly leads to stunning views of Mt.

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Hike to Annette Lake

North Bend, Washington

From Seattle drive east on I-90 to exit 47 (Asahel Curtis/Denny Creek). Turn right from the off-ramp and continue 0.25 mile, then turn left on Forest Road 5590. You'll find the parking area in 0.

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Hike to Rainier NP's Ranger Falls

Ashford, Washington

When heading to the adventure, stopped at the ranger station in Carbon to get your day pass ($5.00) and then continue on to the trailhead. Park on the road next to the Carbon river around.

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Snowshoe to Reflection Lakes

Packwood, Washington

In 1899, Mount Rainier National Park became the 5th National Park to be established, and for good reason! With over 350 square miles of protected wilderness there's nothing you can't do within the b.

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Hike Mount Storm King in Olympic NP

Port Angeles, Washington

The trailhead is located right next to the Storm King ranger station adjacent to Lake Crescent right off Hwy 101 just past Port Angeles if heading West.

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Hike to Marymere Falls

Port Angeles, Washington

Marymere Falls (90 ft.) is located in Olympic National Park, near Lake Crescent.

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Hike to Lake of the Angels

Mason County, Washington

The trail up to Lake of the Angels, known as the Putvin Trail, starts out pretty mellow with a gradual uphill climb. Your first marker will be an old roadbed at around 1.

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Explore Madison Falls

Port Angeles, Washington

Madison Falls is at the end of a 200 foot paved pathway. It is approximately 60 feet tall and lingers in the midst of incredible lush forest.

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Hike to Olympic Hot Springs

Port Angeles, Washington

A local favorite, this moderate day hike winds its way uphill from the Appleton Pass trailhead through old growth stands of fir, hemlock and cedar for 2.

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Hike to Sunrise Ridge

Port Angeles, Washington

The trail crosses through fir trees and alpine meadows. Views to the north include the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Vancouver Island, and Mount Baker.

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Hike the Humes Ranch Loop Trail

Port Angeles, Washington

The hike features wildflowers, scenic views of old growth forest, and opportunities to see birds and wildlife. The trail is open for use year-round.

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Hike to PJ Lake, Olympic National Park

Port Angeles, Washington

A short and scenic trail of tranquility that leads to the secluded Lake PJ, hidden on Hurricane Ridge. Nothing but nature stirs here.

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Hike to Elk Mountain from Obstruction Point

Port Angeles, Washington

Olympic National Park is built for someone with a week or more to spare for backpacking deep into the heart of the park's endless miles of wilderness.

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Introducing Our Custom DIY Sprinter Van

My husband and I spent three months building out our dream adventure mobile. We turned an old plumbing work van into an epic 80 square-foot home on wheels for us and our two pups.

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5 Tips for Taking Stellar Night Photos

My mom says that when I was two, I would look at the moon and call it to sit on my head.

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Snowshoe and Camp at Skyline Lake

Leavenworth, Washington

This 2.5 mile roundtrip hike with a little over 1,000 feet of elevation gain is a great winter trip for beginners.

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Hike and Snowshoe to Lanham Lake

Leavenworth, Washington

This short but sweet snowshoe starts at 3000ft in the Stevens Pass Nordic Center parking lot. The trail head instantly puts you into the trees next to a groomed trail for skiers.

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Exploring Alaska to Argentina in a Sustainable School Bus


It's an usually warm, sunny day in October as I setup my camera equipment on the outskirts of a field where Kunik, an adorable pup who seems quite unimpressed by my presence, looks lazily at me as if.

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