Exploration Inspiration: 7 Photos of Beautiful Bryce Canyon

No matter the season Bryce Canyon is a place unlike anywhere else in the world.

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Hike the Mountain Lakes Trail (Heiko's Trail)

Finished in 2003 by Fernie legend Heiko Socher, Mountain Lakes Trail (aka Heiko’s Trail) is about as good as it gets. This hike is not for the inexperienced hiker.

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I Drove 10 Hours Just to See a Glacier: Here's Why It Was Worth It

I woke up bright and early on an August morning to head west on my weekend road trip. I wanted to stop at a few places along the way from Prince George BC, to Stewart BC/Hyder Alaska.

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The Eye and The Lens: The Balance of Being Present and Capturing the Moment

I’m a storyteller. I love sharing experiences with others. Fortunately, we live in a time where we are never without a camera.

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Climbing in 18-Degree Weather to Shoot the Sunrise

One of the things that I love about photography is how the quality of light can make or break a photo. When shooting outdoors it is those early hours in the morning that I love the most.

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Trek to Cerro Castillo in Patagonia

Like most places in Patagonia, the adventure begins the moment you decide on your next destination (if you don't have a car). The start of the trek is in Villa Cerro Castillo.

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5 Badass Backpacking Trips in Southern Utah

There's no better way to find out what you're made of than by spending a few nights deep in the high desert backcountry, traversing from cool, water-filled slot canyons to the ultimate exposure of sa.

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Hike Vancouver Island's King's Peak

Our trip, as pictured, was completed as a single-day trail run / hustle.

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10 Photos from My First 5 Months of #Vanlife

With little money, but 7 months of adventure in front of us, we decided we would give Vanlife a go in an attempt to escape the pressures of ‘The Real World’.

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Why Highway 395 is California's Most Underrated Road Trip

Roads trips have become a staple of American culture! There is no better way to see this great nation and spend time with family and friends, then locked in a car playing road trip games.

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Via Ferrata Climbing in the Dolomites of Tirol

Via Ferrata literally translates as "Iron Way" and is said to have originated in Italy in the Second World War as a way to get troops over dangerous mountain paths in relative safety.

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4-Day Backpack Trip to Thousand Island Lake

Start from Agnew Meadows about 7 miles away.

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15 Amazing Hikes in Glacier National Park

Montana is about as wild as it gets in the continental U.S. and nowhere shows off the state's staggering beauty more than Glacier National Park.

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5 Free Campsites In The Sierra

Summer is here and the mountains are calling. The Sierra Nevada of California are legendary for inspiring generations of naturalists, photographers and outdoorsmen.

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A Guide to Exploring Utah's Incredible Slot Canyons

There is something magical and sobering about exploring slot canyons in Southern Utah.

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Under a Blanket of Stars: Camping in Great Sand Dunes National Park

In March of this year I went to Great Sand Dunes National Park on a whim. I was this close to not going but am so glad I did.

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The 3 Best Places See the Midnight Sun

The midnight sun is something I hadn't really heard much about before until I got into hiking and photography, and as every photographer knows, it can be difficult to capture the best light that last.

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The 10 Best Backpacking Trips on Earth

Don’t get us wrong, a quick overnight in your local state park can be an experience you’ll never forget, but it can’t hurt to set your sights on the greatest backpacking trips in the world.

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Explore Hverir Geothermal Field

Not far from one the more popular hot springs in North Iceland, the Hverir Geothermal Field is one of the most spectacular (and overlooked) places in all of Iceland.

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If You're Driving I-5 through Northern California, Make a Stop at Castle Crags State Park

Growing up with my mother in Portland, Oregon and my father working in Long Beach, California I had driven up and down the I-5 many times. I never really stopped to see things in between until now.

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Hike to Nub Peak

Starting right at Mt. Assiniboine Lodge, there is very clear signage for this hike.

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Backpack the Chisos Mountains

Most people don’t know that there are 8,000-foot peaks in Texas, but in the exceptionally remote southwest corner of the Lone Star State, Big Bend National Park’s Chisos Mountains soar high over the .

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Summit Igloo Mountain

Make no mistake, this is a unkempt, social trail.

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10 Tips for Hiking Torres del Paine's W Trek in Patagonia

Located near the bottom of South America in Chilean Patagonia, Torres del Paine takes a significant effort to reach from nearly every country in the Northern Hemisphere.

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