Here's a breakdown of which USA national parks I've visited, and which I hope to in the future! There are so many amazing parks in the US, you really can't go wrong.
Ready to hit all five of Utah's National Parks? Here is my complete travel guide, from history of the parks to where to camp. You need to read this before you go!
Crossed off my second travel goal of 2019 and it felt pretty good. Here are some of my favorite snapshots from my day at the Grand Canyon's South Rim.
Despite being the most iconic hike at the park, you can skip it and still have an awesome day exploring Zion. For those looking for other hike recommendations, read about four great hikes I did in one day!
How to see Bryce Canyon National Park in one day with the most epic combination of trails at the park. You won't want to skip this!
Cool rocks, no crowds, and time to kill? Look no further than Capitol Reef National Park. This incredible spot in Utah has some spectacular hiking trails you won't want to miss.
If you ever find yourself in the area, there is a wonderful excursion just 45 minutes outside of Salzburg, Austria. Here are three places to go on a day trip from Salzburg.
If you're looking for places to get away, both domestic and international, check out my recommendations.
Located in Cave City, Kentucky, is one of our country's most unique national parks. Mammoth Cave National Park, named for the cave's massive size, offers a variety of tours for people of all ages and abilities, year-round. While many parks lack visitors in the winter because of frigid temperature, Mammoth Caves is a great option because underground, the temperature stays around 54 degrees (F) all year round. Below are tour options, what you'll see & why you should make Mammoth Caves your next adventure!
Rocky Mountain National Park was established in 1915, and is one of the most popular national parks in America. In 2016 alone, 4,517,585 people visited the park. Visitors are drawn in by the mountains, the tundra, and the wildlife.