It's been Premiere Week at work showing our new film of the Missouri National Recreational River at venue sites within the 98 mile park corridor. River of Change features the National Park in all seasons with aerial and scenic views of the river, up-close wildlife photography, and interviews of people that call the river their home. We'll soon have video samples available on our website for viewing at nps.gov/mnrr.
Off the beaten path along the Guadalupe River.
2 months later and I still dream about Colorado. As much fun as hiking through hoodoos or desserts are, trail breaking in fresh snow leads to some of the best adventures (and it's pretty hard to get lost)
Episode 12 is up and will make you smile and probably also make you hungry!! Link in bio. Meanwhile, get a load of this Texas sunrise! ☀️😍
There isn't much water in the desert of Big Bend, but search and you will find it...
I'm currently editing our next video episode which will take us through Texas and even dip into Mexico!
Happy 40th Birthday, Badlands National Park! This underrated park is one of two national parks in South Dakota, and it’s well worth your visit!
Among the surround rolling grasslands sprout these pinnacles millions and millions of years in the making. Hiking through these colored ridges feels like visiting another world - and did we mention all of the bison? The park is home to a herd of over 450.
Have you visited the Badlands yet? Or are you planning your next trip now?
You yellow-bellied marmot!!
A volcano inside of another volcano 🤯
From last weekend’s Yosemite trip. Car lights bring the fall colors to life while the headlamps from climbers moving up el cap remind you of the scale of these towering shadows surrounding you.
to sleeping in my far and watching the sun rise through Zion national park. You never really got a sense of the height of the canyon walls until the light Dawn's on the opposing side.
Side note: not only is Zion the best national park, but it also shares its name with the best pants on Earth made by @prana
”Follow the yellow brick road.”
Last weekend was an unforgettable weekend in Yosemite filled with some hiking (actually, quite a bit of it), some climbing, some good food (also, quite a bit of it) and some wonderful people.
An older one, better presented. As so much of the feel gets lost.
Get out and enjoy the weekend’s fall colors while they’re still here! Who are you taking with you?
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Leave nothing but footprints.
Take nothing but photos.
Kill nothing but time. ↟ ↟ ↟ ↟ ↟
Wishing everyone a great weekend in the wild!
As you get out and explore, meet new folks on the trail, and stretch your legs - don’t forget to do your part for the wild, too!
Bring with a plastic bag to pick up litter you find on your way.
Follow Leave No Trace to minimize your impact during your trip.
And always remember to have fun, make memories, and breathe that fresh air!
That's my little #masterhiker
! Hiking on the caldera of a Volcano within a Volcano, In Crater Lake National Park, Oregon's only national park. I can hardly wait to climb some rocks in Joshua Tree Next Month. who's with me? 👋😍
She was bold for diving in the cold. 💙
The drippy season is baaaaaack
I keep looking back at this photo and it has become one of my favorites from this summer. Who's tryina go hit up these mountains with me soon huh?
Does it get much better than experiencing a moment like this in our National Parks?
Sometimes it can take a lot of energy to find yourself in moments like these. Blocking off a weekend (or a few weeks) for your trip. Doing so much research about what you want to do while you’re at the park. Packing. Checking the weather forecasts.
But moments like this - that’s when you know it hasn’t been for nothing. When you would do all the planning, packing and hiking one hundred more times to experience a view like this again — something you know at your core that you’ll never forget. And that’s what makes it all worth it.
Finding new perspectives in highly over photographed landscapes helps appreciate the vastness and uniqueness of every national park 🌅
It could be the 18th century. But it’s not.
Reposting an older one, using a better picture