ZION UNDER THE SNOW

Zion National Park is one of the most magnificent natural wonders in southwestern Utah. With more than 229-square-mile (590 km2), this American National Park offers multiple outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, backpacking, climbing, and more. The climate in Zion is very hot in summer and cold and wet in winter. You occasionally see snow. [...]

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HAVASUPAI, THE GRAND CANYON SECRET SPOT

Havasupai Falls is one of the most renowned destinations for hikers and adventurers exploring the Grand Canyon. Because of its popularity, a permit is now required to go to this place. Permits are hard to get as they are limited and only available online. How did we get our permits? We were so lucky. Loup [...]

5 TIPS TO ORGANIZE A LAST MINUTE WEEKEND ROAD-TRIP

May 12th 2017. It was going to rain all weekend in Salt Lake City UT. I don't know about you but I am not crazy about rain especially when your birthday lands on one of these days! Yes it was my birthday. So my boyfriend and I decided at the last minute, to go out [...]

4 DAYS TREKKING IN THE MAROON BELLS, COLORADO

It's 4th of July 2017. A perfect long weekend to organize a trek. Backpacks, wildness, minimalism and only nature. I want to share with you my experience of trekking the "4 Pass Loop" in the Maroon Bells mountains, Colorado.   DAY 1 - Get it started  We flew from Miami, Florida a very early Saturday [...]

HIKING THE W TREK IN PATAGONIA

Seeing our interest building for Patagonia, we decided to take action and travel through Argentina and Chile to hike the best treks in the country. In this article I will describe our experience trekking the W Trek in Torres Del Paine National Park.   TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK Torres Del Paine national park is [...]