The following are a sample of published articles:
While less famous than its neighbor Yosemite, Sequoia National Park should not be overlooked. Jointly administered with Kings Canyon National Park since World War II, Sequoia stretches more than 630 square miles and features remote wilderness, pristine lakes and the largest tree in the world. While you could spend weeks (and some do) exploring this park, sometimes you only have a couple days available. If you’ve always wanted to check out Sequoia, I’ve got you covered with the perfect weekend itinerary.
It goes without saying that the Canadian Rockies should be at the top of your adventure bucket list. With snow-capped peaks, emerald lakes and abundant wildlife, there's beauty around every corner. One of the more popular stretches of this area is the ~290km drive from Banff to Jasper. If you follow landscape photographers on Instagram, there's a good chance you've seen shots of the iconic sights in this area. With so much to do in this area, trying to narrow down your must sees can feel overwhelming. To save time, I've outlined ten of my favorite adventures along the way from Banff to Jasper.
Recapping a cold but memorable week road trip through the national parks of Zion, Bryce, Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef along with a quick stop in Monument Valley. If you've ever wanted to follow this route, I've laid out my favorite portions of the trip along with some insider knowledge on restaurants, hikes and more.
One of my favorite things about living in California is the ability to hop in your car and visit so many incredible and wild places. Deserts with otherworldly landscapes? We’ve got it. Turquoise glacial lakes nestled between dramatic peaks? Check. Waterfalls plunging into the Pacific? Yep. With so many options, the question becomes where to begin. Having spent the majority of my life in California, I thought I would share some of my favorite camping spots here.
If you come to Siem Reap, it’s a given that you'll want to spend a day doing the main attractions like Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. If you have another free day though, I'd recommend you head up north to Koh Ker. In a couple years, I'm sure there will be massive hotels and giant tour buses like at Angkor Wat, but right now, it feels like a lost world hidden in the jungle.