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Ultimate Trail Guide: Hike the Bright Angel Trail to the 1.5 Mile Resthouse

The Bright Angel Trail is one of the most famous trails in Grand Canyon National Park. With many stops along its steep switchbacks down into the canyon, this path allows you to choose how far you want to hike. For a short hike, opt to hike the Angel Trail to the 1.5 Mile Resthouse. With sweeping views of the Grand Canyon, this is a great option to see how you do with...

A Trail Guide to the Delicate Arch Sunrise Hike | Arches National Park

Delicate Arch is one of the most iconic natural features in Utah (it’s even on their license plates!) — and for good reason. Aside from the strange formation being something to marvel at itself, this natural arch perfectly frames the stunning rolling hills and rock formations around it. Because this arch is so popular, the best time to see it without the crowds...

One Day in Bryce Canyon National Park: Itinerary & Guide

Bryce Canyon is one of my favorite national parks. With sweeping views of hoodoos, the canyon, and valleys beyond, this national park has so much to see. Bryce is small enough that you can cover a fair bit of ground in a day, but big enough that you have more to return to. Here’s my ultimate guide to one day in Bryce Canyon National Park. When to Visit Bryce...

The Best Hike in Bryce Canyon National Park: The Fairyland Loop

This underrated hike is truly the best hike in Bryce Canyon National Park. See endless views from the top of the canyon, then hike under the hoodoos. With a new viewpoint at every turn, this hike has everything you could want – and even better? With little elevation gain, so you can focus on breathtaking views rather than breathtaking incline! The Fairyland...

The 6 BEST Day Hikes in the Dolomites

The Dolomites are full of amazing day hikes with views that will take your breath away. From beginner to advanced hikes, this mountain range has it all! Here are the five best day hikes in the Dolomiti.

A Guide to An Independent Markha Valley Trek in 4 Days

If you’re in the Indian region of Ladakh, you’ll probably hear about the Markha Valley. While there are loads of valleys that you can explore by taxi, van, or motorbike, the Markha Valley is currently only accessible by foot. This makes it one of the most popular trekking destinations in Ladakh. Here’s my Guide to an Independent Markha Valley Trek in 4 days...

How to Do the Everest Three Passes Trek Solo

This is possibly my favourite trek in the Himalayas. It's 15 days of trekking through some of the tallest mountains of the world. It's challenging and exhausting, but also one of the most rewarding hikes you'll ever go on.

How to Apply for a TIMS and ACAP Permit Nepal

Trekking in Nepal? Don't have a guide? You'll have to get some permits! The easiest way to do this is to go to an office in Kathmandu or Pokhara! Here's what you'll need and how to get the permits.