I love adventure sports, so when a friend of mine suggested doing ziplining in the Smoky Mountains, I was on board in a second. Mountaintop zipline tour was around 100$ per person which I thought was on costlier end but it was all worth it. There are several ziplining tours in Smoky, we did our… Continue reading Zip-lining in Smoky
Moro Rock was one of the place that I was looking forward to on my trip to Sequoia national Park. I love hiking to a beautiful spot to see the sunset and Moro Rock is like made for this.
Home to soaring zeniths, abundant wildlife and amazing outdoor activities, the Tetons welcome millions of visitors each year from across the globe. There are several things to do in Grand Teton and one can easily spend 2-3 days exploring around the park but we had a day, so we decided to pick and choose the… Continue reading A day in Teton National Park
The hike to Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point is one of the most popular thing to do in Grand Teton National Parkand after doing this I can understand why. This quick 2.5 mile hike is with moderate difficiutly takes you through an amazing Hidden falls and ends at a view point overlooking Jenny Lake. Eating… Continue reading Hike to Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point: Grand Teton National Park
Upper Geyser Basin was my favourite part of Yellowstone. Upper Geyser Basin also boasts the largest concentration of geysers in the world, including worlds largest predictable geysers. Five geysers in this area are predicted by the Park Rangers. All of these geysers, Castle, Daisy, Grand, Old Faithful and Riverside, are worth seeing but if you… Continue reading Upper Geyser Basin: Nature’s own Amusement Park