Ahh, a yearly hike for me, it seems. Sunset Peak is one of those hikes I return to year after year, season after season. It holds one of my favorite views in the Wasatch and was one of the first major summits I did here as well. However, I had never hiked this trail at … Continue reading Hiking Sunset Peak in Utah at Sunset
Well, it's finally time to wrap up Yellowstone. I've written about all of the hikes and adventures I had this past July and it's been a total blast to relive vicariously through these blogs. That's one of the main reasons why I host a blog - it's an online journal with photos that I get … Continue reading Yellowstone Camping Trip: A Photo Journal Entry
Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park is one of the iconic destinations of all travelers in Yellowstone. It's one of the poster photos for the park, and one memory I remember so fondly that it graces the walls of my room as a beautiful photo. I don't often print my work, so when I … Continue reading Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park, WY
Perhaps one of the highlights of the whole park, the West Thumb Geyser Basin trail is a geothermal area you won't want to miss. Located near Grant Village and just east of the West Thumb Junction, this short trail offers thermal pools, small geysers, mud pots, and a beautiful walking trail all with a beautiful, … Continue reading Walking the West Thumb Geyser Basin Trail Yellowstone N.P., WY.
Duck Lake is a beautiful trail nestled just off the West Thumb Geyser Basin. It's a small paradise for the hiker that wants to find a little solitude closer to the road. It's a cool hike to a small lake and it's great for a morning stroll or a late afternoon, a last-ditch chance at … Continue reading Hiking Duck Lake in Yellowstone National Park, WY