Hike to Manoa Falls

Located in close proximity to Honolulu, the 150-foot Mānoa Falls is accessible from the nearest road by a hike of approximately 1 mile (one way).

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Hike the Olomana Trail

Named Three Peaks for obvious reasons, this spine-tingling trail allows you to hike as far as you want (picture above is the view from the 3rd peak).

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Relax at Lanikai Beach

During the weekdays the beach is relatively empty, but on weekends during peak tourist season it can become extremely crowded.

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Camp at The View Campground in Monument Valley

Other than the spectacular landscape, the park really doesn't possess any of the attributes one would associate with the "wild west.

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Hike to Double O Arch

Starting at the Devils Garden Trailhead, this 4.2 mile looped moderate hike features flat sandy paths to narrow sandstone slabs with narrow ledges.

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Hike to Partition Arch

Hiking to Partition Arch begins at Devils Garden Trailhead which is at the end of the 16 mile Arches Scenic Drive road.

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Hike to the Top of Table Rock

Though the trail may seem a bit daunting at first (especially for beginners), this out-and-back hike isn't all that difficult.

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Explore Tide Pools at Kalaloch Beach 4

Parking at Kalaloch Beach 4 provides an easy walk to Olympic National Park's infamous tidal pools.

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Climb into the Terciopelo Cave

Riddled with stygian chambers much like the holes in Swiss cheese, Barra Honda is unique among Costa Rica's network of national parks.

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Sand Surf Down Monahans Sandhills

The Monahans Sandhills are a surprise. They aren't as big as Great Sand Dunes National Park, but they are still fun for an afternoon or weekend adventure.

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Ski the Aspen Highland Bowl

Being able to ski or snowboard the Highland Bowl requires a good set of lungs and legs.

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Sail to Sandy Cay

To the southeast of Jost van Dyke, Sandy Cay is like something you'd see out of a postcard. It offers a perfect place to stop for the day (no overnight stays allowed) to swim and relax on the beach.

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The Narrows: Zion National Park

For the last three nights, Matt and I have been staying at the Zion Canyon Campground, which is roughly a two-minute drive from the entrance to Zion National Park.

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Photograph Salinas de Maras

Cascading down a hillside valley not far from Cusco, the nearly 3,000 salt pans at Salinas de Maras sit at an elevation of 3,380 m.

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Photograph Anemone Sea Cave

The hiking trail to Anemone Cave - a formerly popular attraction in Acadia National Park - was decommissioned years ago after NPS officials found that foot traffic there may have been to blame for de.

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Raft the Lower Urubamba River in Peru

The Urubamba River is 450 miles long, but don't worry - you only need a small section of the Lower Urubamba River to experience Class III and IV rapids.

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Olomana "Three Peaks" Hike

Named Three Peaks for obvious reasons, this spine-tingling trail allows you to hike as far as you want (picture above is the view from the 3rd peak).

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Hike the Manoa Falls Trail

Located in close proximity to Honolulu, the 150-foot Mānoa Falls is accessible from the nearest road by a hike of approximately 1 mile (one way).

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Zip Lining Draft

Taking a zipline adventure at Cola de Mono allows you to experience the best ziplining has to offer. Our tour company OARS provided this adventure.

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Take A Hot Air Balloon Ride Over Albuquerque, New Mexico

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