Ross Kyker

  • Hike the Gorge Trail to the Base of Taughannock Falls

    The trailhead is located right off NY Route 89 with plenty of parking just across the street from it. Be sure to take your camera and tripod because these 215 ft tall falls are a sight to see! The hike to the base of the falls is a very easy 1.5 m...

    1.5 miles 0 ft gain

  • Photograph Bass Harbor Lighthouse

    The skill level can vary on photographing this picture perfect location but no matter your skill level be sure to arrive early to scout out your best composition and be prepared for the swarm of other photographers at sunset! All photos were taken...

  • Photograph Pennybacker Bridge (Austin 360 Bridge)

    If you're looking for excellent views of hill country, the skyline, or just an awesome place to watch the sunset this is the place to be. If you're heading southbound from 183 on 360 just before you reach the bridge there will be a dirt parking lo...

    0.5 miles 75 ft gain

  • Bike through Iconic Graffiti Landmarks in Austin

    You don't have to rent a bike but it's the "Austin" thing to do. With plenty of pick up and drop off locations all throughout the city you can start the trip and end it whenever you feel like it! It's recommended to start the trip on South Congres...

  • Visit the Cathedral of Junk

    The Cathedral of Junk is a hidden gem within the Austin City Limits, actually located in the Artists backyard. Construction was started back in 1988 by Vince Hahnemann and he still continues to add to it to this day! Climb to the top of the tower ...

  • Camp at Watson Lake in Prescott

    Camping sites are only available in the summer months but the park is explorable year round! Watson Lake is a very unique place, in a state primarily made up of sandstone lies a lake surrounded by uniquely shaped Granite Boulders, excellent for hi...

  • Explore Krause Springs

    Spend the day swimming and exploring or stay the night and see everything this privately owned park has to offer! From the spring fed concrete pool, to natural spring fed swimming hole, waterfall, butterfly gardens and more! Bring your tent or eve...

  • Hike or Bike the Hiline Trail in Sedona

    Start this incredible hike by parking at the Yavapai Point parking lot. Start the short hike (0.13 miles) on the Kaibab Trail which will run into Yavapai Vista Trail (0.27 miles) towards the Slim Shady Trail. Here you will have an incredible view ...

    8 miles 480 ft gain

  • Oceanview Camping at San Elijo

    This campground is located right next to the beach as well as next to the San Elijo Lagoon. Head to the beach during the day for a swim. This is also a great place to catch a sunset. If you want to stretch your legs and get moving a bit, you can h...

  • Explore the Oak Alley Plantation

    Located an hour and twenty minutes west of New Orleans, I had originally planned to make a quick pit stop at this Plantation while passing through just to snap a photo of the oaks, before I knew it I had spent 6 hours wandering its properties and ...

  • Sunset Yoga at McDowell Sonoran Preserve

    The park and trailhead are free to enter with plenty of parking. (Weekends will definitely be pretty full.) The park is open from sunrise to sunset but be sure you're out of the park within 30-45 minutes after the sun has set because they will clo...

    5 miles 883 ft gain