Wilderness Culture

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Summer in full swing on the South Island of New Zealand 🇳🇿 Tag someone you’d road trip with here! _ Photo by @ryanresatka #wildernessculture
Crater Lake in #Oregon is the deepest lake in the United States and the second deepest in North America. It was formed by the now-collapsed volcano, Mount Mazama and is surrounded by cliffs nearly 2,000 ft tall _ Photo by @johnburgess.sd #wildernessculture #Oregon
Who's excited about winter? ❄️ ⛄️#Norway _ Video by @seffis & @frederickdbarnes #wildernessculture
“Photographed from a safe distance with a long lens, this brief interaction with two Fox pups lasted less than a second but was easily my favorite moment Nature gave me this year” _ Photo/ caption by @chrisburkard #wildernessculture
Photo/ caption by @everchanginghorizon _ “It took me a few trips to Sequoia to create an image that does the trees some justice. From the beginning, I was fixated on how tall they are, so was shooting wide angle to get everything from the trunk to the tippy top. This past summer I went back with a zoom, ready to focus solely on their massive trunks” #California #wildernessculture
Fresh layer of frost in Yellowstone National Park ❄️ #Wyoming _ Photo via @yellowstonenps #wildernessculture @usinterior @nationalparkservice
Speed flying in the mountains of New Zealand 🇳🇿 Tag someone who would do this ⛰ _ Video by @malachitempleton & @jamie_lee_speedflyer #wildernessculture
Hiking through the rugged Himalayan range ⛰ _ Photo by @tradnthru #wildernessculture
Located in the Canadian Rockies, Lake Abraham in #Alberta , treats you to an amazing winter phenomenon: stacks of clear bubbles trapped between layers of ice #Canada _ Photo by @calsnape #wildernessculture
Congratulations to @fadedivy ! You are the winner of our giveaway with @sackclothxashes ! They will contact you soon. Thank you to everyone who participated! Photo by @frauki
Overlooking Glacier National Park #Montana _ Photo by @mssdeleon of @wilderness_addict #wildernessculture
Sunset over Grand Canyon National Park #Arizona _ Grand Canyon is a staggering 277 miles long, 18 miles wide and up to a mile deep. The park is home over 1500 native plant species, 355 species of birds, 89 mammalian species, 47 species of reptiles, 9 species of amphibians, and 17 species of fish. In addition to causal sight seeing, there is no shortage of outdoor activities such as rafting, hiking, and biking _ Each year over 5.5 million people visit Grand Canyon National Park _ Photo by @shainblumphotography #wildernessculture
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