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
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
Mammoth Hot Springs is a unique geothermal site located in Yellowstone National Park and is home to the highest number of hot terraces in the world. Mammoth Hot Springs is 20 mins drive from the north entrance of National Park was our first stop in Yellowstone journey. Gazing at Hot Springs, I was wondering how… Continue reading Mammoth Hot Springs | Yellowstone Explored
This large, majestic waterfall appears to come out of nowhere as it cascades over the ridge and into the river gorge. With an observation bridge at the halfway point, the views you get of the waterfall are breathtaking.
Crystal Mountain Resort is located two-hour drive from Seattle is known for winter sports. Skiers and snowboarders flock the mountain each year to enjoy the slopes. While most of the people visit during the winter for skiing, summers at Crystal Mountain Resort can be just as fun. With plenty of outdoor activities and proximity to… Continue reading A Gondola Ride to a gorgeous view of Mt Ranier