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
Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern United States at 6288 feet. It has hiking trails, back-country skiing, glider flying, an annual bike race but most famous of all is its Auto road.
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
Monasteries are famous for being established at some of the most unusual places. A number of them are in remote parts of the world, some are right in the middle of the city, some are in the mountainous region and even on a volcano (Mount Popa is built on a volcano). Even though monasteries are… Continue reading Montana’s own Buddhist center: Garden of One Thousand Buddhas
Unfortunately, Many glaciers and 2 Medicine were closed when we visited Glacier, so we decided to make the most of North Fork area and spent a day exploring the beautiful majestic Kintla and Bowman Lake. North Fork also has some of the best food available in Glacier at Northern Lights Saloon and Polebridge Mercantile. Polebridge… Continue reading A day in North Fork area of Glacier national Park