Haleakalā National Park has one of the most dramatic landscapes I have seen. There is a whole story around why it's call House of the sun and you can read that here, But I can assure you that there is no other place like Haleakalā. To me, the most fascinating aspect of Haleakalā was to walk… Continue reading Driving to the House of the Sun: Haleakalā National Park
Difficulty: ModerateLength: 1.4 Mile loopTime to Hike: 1.5 -2 hoursPet Friendly: YesBest time to Visit: Fall One of the most popular scenic trails in the White Mountain National Forest is Artist’s Bluff. It is a 1.4-mile loop with a few steep sections. It is a fairly short, easy hike and once you reach the bluff,… Continue reading Hiking Artists Bluff in White Mountain National Forest
Clingmans Dove Standing at 6,643 feet, Clingmans Dome is the highest mountain in the Smokies, the highest point in the state of Tennessee, and the highest point along the 2,174-mile (3,499 km) Appalachian Trail. It is unarguably one of the best places to go for sunset or sunrise. The Clingmans Dome hike is fully-paved and… Continue reading Sunset at Clingmans Dome: Smoky National Park
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.
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