Hello fall! Yesterday I went hiking in beautiful Gatineau Park, across the river in Quebec. The leaves have just started to change color and I can't wait to see the forest painted in red, yellow and orange over the next few weeks. 🍁🍂🍃
As we climbed up the final ridge of San Gorgonio, I had the honor of watching the most beautiful sunrise of my life. So grateful for mornings that make me feel inspired by and in awe of this incredible planet.
This hike was definitely a bit of a different vibe then what I was used to but I loved it in the end. My former boss from work joined me and another buddy for a hike that nobody was truly ready for. It was a day of firsts. First time hiking together, first time really hanging out, and first time seeing a cat being carried up a mountain during a hike.
Доброе утро ребята, сегодня без текста, вот просто тропического настроения вам в ленту! 😉 Кстати, из какого вы города, как погода сегодня, сколько градусов? Знаем, что многие здесь уже собирают чемоданы на зимовку 🏝 а остальным будем передавать кусочек тропиков через инстаграм на протяжении всей зимы, идет? 🤝
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This will always be one of my favorite hiking pics. I will never forget the excitement when we got to this point and took in the incredible view it offered up. Little did we know we still had quite the treacherous adventure ahead of us.
Maras is a town in Peru known for its salt ponds which existed since pre-Inca times. Each pond is owned by a local family of the community. The color of the salt varies depending on the skill of the worker. Look at how they make the salt. ➡️ It has a rhythm, like dancing. Amazing right? 👏🏻
My friends & I joined @Adventuratioutdoor & his colleagues on a clean up of Wadi Shawkah in Ras Al Khaimah. Wadi Shawkah means the Valley of Thorns, it's a river bed that ends with a large dam, and in the northern Emirates it's known to experience heavy rainfall every now and then, and therefore the trash gathers up under these thorn infested trees, making it hard to clean up, However, this initiative, hosted by @VisitRasAlKhaimah and @AdventuratiOutdoor & their colleagues streamed more than 150 volunteers! No trash was left behind, 880 KG was picked up in fact and that's a great stride, keeping our beautiful wadi, that's frequently visited by outdoor sports enthusiasts for trail running, mountain biking and trekking, spotless and clean. I hope this event helps educate the people who have left all this trash behind, and that it’s contagious, as i am in hopes to see more initiatives like this, and my friends and I will always gladly join. Let me know if you’re suffering from trash in your area, and what you're planning to do about it. Peace n Love
I was going to say what is beauty if you have no one to share it with ... then I remembered I really enjoy my own company— so.... 🤷♀️beauty is beauty I guess.
In the past, not making it to the summit (or end of trail) would not be a win, but today was different. We got on the go late after a super relaxing morning, drove over 2 hours, into BC, to Yoho National Park, and started our hike around 3pm. With only about 1km (of climbing) left to reach Hamilton Lake, we noticed we were running out of daylight. This photo was taken at our turn around point, about 100m from the lake. But this hike was a win for so many reasons! It provided a much needed break from the busyness of the city, it was a steady climb the whole way, had some beautiful views, and Endeavour loved it! He didn’t cry at all, was full of laughs and chatter, and was caught several times just gazing in amazement at the tall trees surrounding us. Today was a refreshing reminder that it’s not about the destination, but about the journey! Stay tuned for more photos from this beauty adventure!
A few days ago @rayrayyhey and I hiked Angels Landing and I'm sooooo proud of us for not turning around and quitting when a lot of the other hikers did.. when I wanted to. If you like scaling mountains with 1,000+ foot drops on either side of you relying on chains (that may or may not be there for you) bolted into the mountain to hold you up, I highly recommend this hike! You may end up crawling the last .5 miles though 😭The fourth picture is a picture of part of the "trail" you hike when I was comfortable enough to pull out my phone and record. You really just have to experience this hike for yourself because pictures don't do it any justice. There are very nice friendly animals at the top though:) Can you spot the white shuttle bus driving along the road? 😬
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One of the few things that actually makes me happy 📷