Hike to Mount Brown Fire Lookout

Mount Brown Lookout is not a hike for the faint of heart! Start by parking at the Lake McDonald Lodge parking lot and cross the street to begin hiking the Sperry Chalet Trail.

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Hike to OK Slip Falls

Starting at the parking area you will walk 0.2 miles west on Route 28 to the north side of the road to locate the marked trailhead.

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7 Essential Waterfalls Photography Tips

1. Shoot on Overcast Days Light is everything in photography, and the best time to photograph waterfalls is on overcast days.

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The New American Dream

There is a movement happening where experience is becoming more important than things.

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Night Photography 101: A Beginner's Guide to Shooting the Stars

Night photography is one of my favorite types of photography. I find it the most challenging and the most rewarding.

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How The Outbound Collective Defined My Road Trip

This fall, my twin sister and I drove from rural Ontario to spend a month and a half exploring the wilderness of the American Southwest, from the San Juan Mountains across the Colorado Plateau to the.

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Camp at Camp 4, Yosemite NP

Camp 4 is located in Yosemite Valley near Yosemite Valley Lodge. It's a popular spot for climbers as there is bouldering within the site. It's also located close to the Upper Yosemite Falls trail.

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25 Must-Do Hikes in Southern Utah

Ahh, the Utah desert. Giant walls of red rock, ancient sandstone formations, the open road, and lots of sunshine.

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Hike to Holly Lake through Paintbrush Canyon

The hike to Holly Lake can begin from the Jenny Lake Trailhead, or from the Leigh Lake Trailhead, located just north of Jenny Lake (shorter option).

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Explorer Spotlight: Michael Martineau

Name: Michael Martineau | Age: 26 | Location: Califon, NJ.  What’s your day job?  I am the Marketing Communications Specialist at Crystal & Company.

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Are We Loving Our Trails to Death?

Over the years, hiking in the ‘Dacks has become increasingly popular.

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Drive the Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway

This scenic byway starts in Fonda, NY and travels along Route 30 to Malone, NY.  The area described and pictured here is a 65 mile stretch from Mayfield to Indian Lake.

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Hike to Mount Pilchuck

The Mount Pilchuck lookout trail offers a variety of terrain through old growth forest and across granite boulder fields. From the lookout, enjoy views of Mt. Baker, Glacier Peak, Mt.

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Hike the Narrows, Zion NP

Hiking the narrows in Zion National Park is one of my favorite hikes and something I return for almost every year, I can still remember my first visit as a kid.

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Camp at Mount Desert Campground on Somes Sound

Being in the center of Mt. Desert Island, you are just a quick drive to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. This campground offers waterfront and off-waterfront sites.

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3 Exposure Tips for Landscape Photography

Heading out to a beautiful wilderness setting with just your pack and a DSLR seems like a recipe for frame-worthy landscape photos.

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The Start to Finish Guide to Photographing and Post-Processing the Milky Way

The Gear: Step one is getting the right gear to be prepared to produce some amazing images. Camera Body: First of all, lets start off by talking about cameras.

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Hike Old Rag Mountain

Be prepared to deal with crowds, especially on the rock scrambles, which tend to cause a bottle neck. I would recommend starting out early, around 6 or 7 am to avoid the crowds.

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7 Tips For Incredible Night Photography

I personally love nothing more than spending a night under the stars and shooting night photography in the middle of nowhere. It really can be an amazing experience.

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Backpack to Slough Creek's Backcountry Campsites

Access to Slough Creek is via the Slough Creek Road that starts 6 miles east on the Northeast Entrance Road from Tower Junction. It is 2.

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Explore Chapman Falls in Devil's Hopyard SP

If you map to Chapman Falls in East Haddam, CT, you will be brought to a parking lot opposite from the waterfall in Devil's Hopyard, a beautiful Connecticut state park.

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Hike Bear Mountain, CT

At 2,316 feet, Bear Mountain is the highest peak in Connecticut. The peak is about a half-mile south of the Massachusetts state line on the Appalachian Trail. The views are great.

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Rock Climb Ragged Mountain

The main face of Ragged Mountain (elev. 761 feet) is home to a lot climbing in central Connecticut. It runs north-south for about 600 feet. Its max height of 100 feet.

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Hike to Hidden Lake Lookout

Be careful when heading up this 4.5 mile trail since there can be snow coverage into the summer. When you start the trail, you'll get a little tree coverage as you start climbing up.

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