Though I visited Shenandoah National Park Last July on my East Coast trip, quarantine is making me go over my old photos and work on posts which I would never write otherwise. It's more than 2 weeks of quarantine and the situation is not improving, I hope COVID goes away soon and life would be… Continue reading Skyline Drive, Horse-riding and Fireflies: Shenandoah National Park
I visited Redwood National Park in 2019 Thanksgiving Break. The trip was scattered in lots of small parts so instead of a detailed account here as a photographic guide to my trip.
Channel Islands National Park is unique in many ways. Situated along the cost of Southern California near Ventura, this park has a wide range of flora and fauna, some of which are found only on this island. The Channel Islands are home to over 2,000 plants and animals, of which 145 are found nowhere else… Continue reading Hiking Channel Island
With its snow striped mountaintops surrounded by golden aspens, Maroon Bells is perhaps the most photographed mountains in the Rockies. A month back I did not know of Maroon Bellsad now that I have been there it's definitely one of the must-go places I am going to suggest to anyone visiting Colorado. The red mudstone… Continue reading Majestic Maroon Bells
Half Dome cable is unquestionably one of the most challenging and exhilarating hikes in the United States. Hiking for more than 16 miles with 5500 feet of elevation gain is a challenge of its own. The hikes take you through Vernal and Nevada waterfall and through the forests of Sequoia trees. I did Half Dome… Continue reading All you need to know before Hiking Half Dome