Wilderness Culture

Community of outdoor enthusiasts. We provide resource to equip and inspire your next adventure. #wildernessculture

Fall in the Adirondacks #NewYork . Where is your favorite place to catch the fall colors? _ Photo by @reneeroaming #wildernessculture
Mount Wilbur rises 9,326 feet (2,843 m) and is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in #Montana . Visible from the region of Many Glacier, the peak rises over 4,500 feet (1,372 m) above Swiftcurrent Lake and is a steep pyramid on three sides. Much of the climbing routes are rated at class 4 to 5. Photo by @totheheights #wildernessculture
The crystal clear water of Lake McDonald in West Glacier. Lake McDonald is the largest lake in Glacier National Park and is famous for the colorful rocks and pebbles layering the bottom. #Montana _ Photo by @stephenshelesky #wildernessculture
Where the wild things are #Alaska 🎥 by @JakeGrahamPhoto
Grand Teton National Park is located only 10 miles south of Yellowstone National Park. It’s home to a wide range of wildlife and over 200 hiking trails to explore #Wyoming _ Photo by ambassador @trailwandering #wildernessculture
Denali, located in Denali National park #Alaska , is the highest mountain peak in North America, with a summit elevation of 20,310 feet (6,190 m). The park covers more than six million acres which includes a complete sub-arctic ecosystem home to large mammals such as grizzly bears, wolves, Dall sheep, and moose. Additionally, almost the entire original two million acres are designated a wilderness area. The Park and Preserve is located in the heart of the Alaska Range and is home to countless glaciated mountains and granite peaks accompanied by some of the worlds largest, longest, and deepest glaciers -@nationalparkservice _ Photo by @scott_kranz #wildernessculture
Fall in Washington #MountRainier _ Photo by @alberthbyang #wildernessculture
#Idaho ’s Coeur d’Alene in winter is the place to visit for amazing wildlife viewing. Derek Butler was hiking around Higgins Point, watching eagles fly when he spotted a juvenile #eagle on a branch. He grabbed his camera to take a shot when a larger eagle swooped in and claimed the branch! He got a few shots on his camera -- including this one -- before this majestic eagle flew off again! 🦅 @usinterior _ Photo by @hikester_ #wildernessculture
On a - 35 Celsius night in Northwest Territories I looked up to the sky outside my tent and saw the northern lights going wild - dancing and changing colours in a fast rhythm. I ran down to the frozen lake and lit up a few candles in an igloo we've built on a previous day. After taking a few shots, I sat down, snuggled up in my polar parka and watched the miraculous show above my head until my toes went completely numb _ Photo/caption by @dreamingandwandering #wildernessculture
Spoiler alert: South Dakota is probably way cooler than you think.☺️🌻💛Amazing rock climbing, Himalayan tea (went back 3 times), hundreds of miles of underground gemstone caves, SUPER kind humans, highlines, deep cultural history, and my personal favorite... romping around in the vast backcountry of Badlands National Park - Photo/caption by @chelseakauai #HifromSD #Visitrapidcity @visitrapidcity @southdakota #wildernessculture
Camping with a view in Yellowstone National Park #Wyoming _ Photo by @divineontheroad #wildernessculture
The Subway is an iconic semi-technical slot canyon hike in Zion National Park in #Utah . To complete the hike you wade/swim/scramble/climb down the Left Fork of North Creek. Permits are required regardless of the direction of travel _ Photo by @her.atlas #wildernessculture
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