1. Neil Compton's Double Falls With no marked trail and a steep scramble down, Compton’s Double Falls makes you earn the view.
During my freshman year of high school, my dad started taking my family and me out mountain biking. I loved the challenges that I faced with every ride and being able to push myself.
One of the wonderful things about living in Utah is the number of local hikes that are easily done in a day or even a few hours.
You probably know that Leave No Trace is based on 7 Principles. Can you name them all? In the right order? Here's a little trick we use to help us memorize all seven principles in the right order.
When you decide that you are going to travel 20 hours on a plane and go pretty much as far as you can with your two year old son it must be worth it.
Almost everyone has heard of the famous Havasu Falls and seen photos of its magical waters that appear as if they have been Photoshopped (not needed!).
GETTING THEREFlying into Jackson isn't cheap (nor is any other part of this trip). It's a very small yet awesome airport. When we arrived they were handing out mimosas when you walked in the terminal.
We discovered the Woodland Park Manor through a website called Glamping with Pets.
When we found out that I was pregnant with our first child, my husband and I vowed that it would not mean the end of adventure for us.
“Babe, I don’t see any more foot prints. And look! The path ahead is covered in debris!” I continued up the trail enthusiastically.
I grew up fortunate. No, I wasn't the richest kid, and I was never sporting the newest pair of Nikes. I was never the most liked or funniest kid in the class, but I was still fortunate.
I have always dreamed bigger than my legs could carry me. Growing up, I dreamed of climbing the toughest and gnarliest mountains.
When I found out I was having a summer baby, my first thought was, "THANK GOD! I won't be cooped up!" Only I was.
Ever since I've gone up to Seattle, I've gotten this incessant need to go outside and just explore and bask in the glory of the outdoors.
When I was a week old, my parents took me on my first outdoor adventure.
Christmas is right around the corner and most of us are wrapping up our holiday shopping and hoping we found the perfect gift; that article of clothing, maybe some new gear, new shoes, gift cards, th.
Around this time every year we all begin to experience that familiar anxiety.
A few photographers were in Jackson Hole last year and wanted to visit Grand Teton National Park in the snowy conditions.
While this road trip started in California and looped through parts of Nevada, it was really all about visiting Utah and Arizona.
Do me a favor. Close your eyes...are they closed? Imagine the most picturesque place you've ever seen or place you have always wanted to see in the United States.
Ever wanted to go out and cut down your very own Christmas Tree the old fashioned way? Well you can! In most national forests you can get a valid permit from local ranger stations allowing you to go .
The temptation to open with a John Muir quote is very strong. I'll resist.
My husband and I met in Yosemite. He was way into rock climbing and working as a wilderness guide in the Sierras when we met. I had just moved back to California after a year as a ski bum in Colorado.