It’s taken me a while to process, but I’m finally at peace about the fact that it’s been a summer without travel.
In Muir Woods National Monument, with its towering coastal redwoods as monuments to the trees themselves and to the conservation movement, I stood among ghosts and giants.
Weekend Intelligence spotlights interesting, informative, inspiring, or infuriating travel-related reads from around the web. This week: prepping for outdoor adventures!
A great way to get familiar with the landscape, flora, and fauna of U.S. national parks is to take a guided hike or walk offered through the National Park Service (NPS).
It’s taken over a year to really sink in: I’ve backpacked Yosemite National Park. Thousands–maybe millions–of people have already accomplished that feat, so what makes the fact that I’ve done it so special?
Weekend Intelligence spotlights interesting, informative, inspiring, or infuriating travel-related reads from around the web. This week: good books and more.
Although I was only passing through Yellowstone on my very first cross-country road trip and stayed in the park for a little less than 24 hours, some of my memories of the experience still remain as fresh and as sharp as they did in the moment.