Jason HatfieldExplorer

Adventure and travel photographer based out of Denver, Colorado. I teach photography workshops and offer private guiding around the west. More at jasonjhatfield.com

Camp at Canyon de Chelly

Chinle, Arizona

Canyon de Chelly has been inhabited for over 6,000 years by both the Navajo peoples and the Anasazi peoples.

303 Saves

Winter Camp at East Pocket (End of the World)

Sedona, Arizona

We love coming to this site in the Summer and Fall, but wanted to "test" our cold-weather gear before backpacking this Winter.

315 Saves

Hike the West Fork Trail

Sedona, Arizona

This is one of the most beautiful hikes in Sedona, Arizona. It is a fairly easy hike, although it is 6 miles roundtrip. A lot of families come here, and children love to play in the water.

488 Saves

Explore Grand Falls

Leupp, Arizona

Grand Falls is located about 30 miles northeast of Flagstaff Arizona in Navajo Nation. Even though its only 30 miles from Flagstaff you’ll still have about an hour drive to the falls.

327 Saves

Hike Coal Mine Canyon

Tuba City, Arizona

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

514 Saves

Explore Dance Hall Rock

Kane County, Utah

Dance Hall Rock is a historical marker along the pioneer trail, as well as a geological wonder to explore.

88 Saves

Hike to Beaver Falls

Supai, Arizona

So you've made it down to the Havasu campground after a ten mile hike from Hualapai Hilltop - time for more hiking! The 8 mile (RT) trek to Beaver Falls is well worth the trip, and can offer some qui.

1209 Saves

Hike to Navajo Falls

Supai, Arizona

Navajo Falls is a gem that resulted from the flash flood that tore through Havasu Canyon in August of 2008.

517 Saves

Backpack to Havasu Falls in the Havasupai Reservation

Supai, Arizona

The Havasupai Reservation is a remote area just outside Grand Canyon National Park, full of blue-green water and dramatic waterfalls.

2442 Saves

Photograph a Sunset from the North Rim Lodge

Grand Canyon Village, Arizona

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.

118 Saves

Photograph Kirkjufell and Kirkjufellsfoss

Snæfellsnesvegur, Iceland

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

190 Saves

Hike to Mooney Falls

Supai, Arizona

Hiking down to Mooney Falls is a great, short adventure when camping at the Havasupai Campground.

758 Saves

Explore Athabasca Falls

Jasper, Canada

Athabasca Falls is not the biggest waterfall in the area but it is one of the most powerful when it's at a full flow and attracts many visitors in the peak visiting months (late spring - early fall).

403 Saves

Hike Doe Mountain

Sedona, Arizona

The trail begins almost immediately with some gradual switchbacks that climb up the mesa at a moderate incline. As you climb you will come to a trail junction with the Aerie trail about .3 in.

137 Saves

Drive Black Bear Pass & the Ingram Basin

Telluride, Colorado

Black Bear Pass (el. 12,840’), officially known as Forest Service Road 648, is an infamous 4WD road that runs between U.S. Highway 550 (between Silverton & Ouray) and Telluride, CO.

95 Saves

Hike through Lady Bird Johnson Grove in Redwood NP

Orick, California

This hike starts in the parking lot of the Lady Bird Johnson Grove Picnic Area.

125 Saves

Trek through Granite Pillars on Bison Peak

Jefferson, Colorado

Bison peak sits 2 hours from Denver in the mountains of the Lost Creek Wilderness. To reach the 12,431 ft. summit you'll start in low density ponderosa forest at 8,750 ft on crushed granite trail.

107 Saves

Hike Mount Sneffels (14,150')

Ouray County, Colorado

The most common route, sometimes called the standard route or the Lavender Col route, begins at or near the top of Yankee Boy Basin, just outside of Ouray.

491 Saves

Catch a Sunset at Pfeiffer Beach

Big Sur, California

Pfeiffer Beach located in Big Sur may truly be one of the most awesome beaches in California...if you can find it.

676 Saves

Backpack and Camp at Shi Shi Beach

Neah Bay, Washington

Introduction:My friends and I decided to head out to the Pacific Northwest (PNW) from Philadelphia to do some backpacking and beach camping.

204 Saves

Hike to Upper Ice Lake

Durango, Colorado

From the Ice Lakes trailhead begin hiking through a meadow that quickly enters the forest and begins to climb. The trail will climb ~1,600 feet in the next two miles.

479 Saves

Backpack and Fly Fish the Wind River Range

Pinedale, Wyoming

Day 1: Hit the Elkhart trailhead. Get set up at Hobbs lake, do a little fishing, eat and turn in for the night. Day 2: Head out for Island Lake to set a base camp for the next few days.

210 Saves

Hike to the Wind River Range Base Camp at Island Lake and Titcomb Basin

Pinedale, Wyoming

Wyoming’s Wind River Range is home to some of the most rugged wilderness in the lower 48 states.

251 Saves

Hike to Lily Pad Lake

Silverthorne, Colorado

Lily Pad Lake is a well known destination just outside of Silverthorne and in the Eagle's Nest Wilderness.

141 Saves