#tbt to my first backpacking trip 7 years ago, packed way too much, food, supplies and maybe even alcohol 😱 my pack probably weighed 50+ lbs for 2 nights in the Grand Canyon and not sure how I even made it down. But this time at most I’ll be carrying 35 lbs for 7 day stretches on the Colorado Trail starting next week 😀
When that hiker hunger hits and it’s finally dinner time. Guys, I can’t recommend @packitgourmet enough. Real food, really ingredients, crazy delicious, and they are just the best people ever. I swore by being stoveless for a long time, but these guys have completely changed my mind - a hot meal at the end of the day (or the beginning) is a huge game changer, especially after a tough day with long miles. And hey, if you’re sold on being stoveless, they have a killer selection of cold soak meals. Seriously, go check them out!!
Some hikes don’t give away their sprawling views until you make it to the final destination, but others have wide open views the entire way. The hike to Mueller Hut is the latter. This is convenient because the views offer some distraction from the fact that you climb 3,400’ in only 3 miles 🥵
Amazing waterfall and a perfect hiking day 😁💦 Credit @sharpnorseman Like 👍 and follow 👉 @lavishcamping for more amazing videos and photos of amazing people and camping places. . . . . #campvibes#survivalkit
Fairly often I see posts about how folks came to love the outdoors. Many people get their start hiking and camping at a young age, a passion passed down from a parent. I grew up in a rural area, but my parents aren’t and never have been hikers or campers. I didn’t go on my first hike until I was 21 years old. But, how cool is it that I get to do a little reverse-parenting and share my passion for hiking with my mom? ——— How did you develop a love of the outdoors? I’d love to hear your ...
Since I’m about to embark on another thru-hike, I figured I should finally finish uploading pictures from my last thru-hike. If you’re interested in seeing my Washington Gallery from the PCT, the link is in my bio! All photos were shot on my @sonyalpha a6000, 16-50 lens. And stay tuned for more on the Wonderland Trail! . . . . . . #pct2019#pct2018 @pacific.crest.trail @pctassociation @trails50 @nationaltrailssystem @pacificcrest.trail @seekmorewilderness
I don’t want the memory of this trip to fade away. I’m studying each mountain; its peak and the snow fields along it. Trying so hard to imprint it in my memory so I will never forget. The trees, and their smell of pine and spruce. I take the biggest breaths I can; like I can save it for later. The wildflowers in all their beauty. The marmots, and their cute little call as we come near their sun-warmed rock along a trail. And, my sunburn from all the mountains I climbed. I welcome the warmth on my face like ...
Watch the full video This run, Mountain Chute on the Lower Magnetawan has a devastating hole at the top left, as well as boils and huge, irregular standing waves to deal with. Credit @jbadventurer Like 👍 and follow 👉 @lavishcamping for more amazing videos and photos of amazing people and camping places. . . . . #hikinglife#outdooradventures
This man is a billionaire now through his hard work and dedication despite being criticized for most of his career 🔥 . Ignorance is bliss. Keep your head low and always strive for progress! 🚀 . Comment Your "YES" If You Will Be Successful! ☝🏻 ---- Follow @backpacker.planet for more! ---- #camping#mountainous
Toronto Photography Collective For T-dot by photographers from T-dot. Love & Credits to Photographer: @kurt.wang - Follow @6ixAffair. Mention @6ixAffair. Like Below. #6ixaffair - Tag @6ixAffair for a shoutout⚡️ - #nycprimeshot
We're about to settle in for the long haul. The only thing going to storage will be our old Scout and a few remaining personal items. Now the maps are open and we're trying to decide where to hide first. Any suggestions?!
"The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish." — Jacques Yves Cousteau, Oceanographer The glimpse of bow riding by dolphins in the freshwater streams of Indian Ocean near Seychelles. Bow Riding is when dolphins surf in the wave created by boats and ships. As boats move along the water they create a wave. The dolphins are propelled forward by the wave and they will often twist and turn and even swim upside down as they glide through the water. Captured: @its.me.aliiii Edits: @raabitahmad #travel#lp ...