Nigardsbreen By Marina Bukhtiyarova My decision to go to Norway was sudden. The crazy idea came to me in February, one of the coldest months of the year. Norway is known to be a cold country, even in the summer. My friends told me it was not for them. However, I am originally from Russia so […]
Incamachay Cave Paintings and Dinosaur Footprints in the Bolivian Wilderness By Steph Dyson The geometrical shapes of the Incamachay cave paintings fell loosely into different categories. Those that were painted white with a red outline and squared edges were humans, although the way their legs and arms were bent gave the appearance of beetles or […]
Two journalists hike more than 650 miles to complete “sectional” thru-hike of the Grand Canyon, which has been done by less than two dozen people ever.
Lassoing the Sun: A Year in America’s National Parks. A new memoir about the joys of visiting national parks as a child by Mark Woods
Experience the Rocky’s and the Comforts of Home By Deb Schaffer For those whose idea of camping is a luxury hotel, Rocky Mountain National Park is intimidating. The park is over 400 square miles of wild animals, aspen glades, and mountains spiraling into the sky. There’s no excuse not to visit and hear the jays […]
France:Travel writer Desiree Michels shares the ups and downs of her hut-to-hut hiking tour through the mountains of Park de la Vanoise, French Alps.