Hiking Opal Creek (Oregon)
Last weekend, my family and I had the opportunity to hike in the Opal Creek Scenic Area and Wilderness. It is located east of Salem, in the Willamette National Forest. Opal Creek runs through thousands of acres of protected old growth forest, crisscrossed with over 30 miles of hiking trails.
Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Oregon - Page 10 of 19 - The Crazy Tourist
Oneonta Narrows Oneonta Narrows is another of Oregon’s famously stunning waterfalls. Located at the Columbia River at River Mile 138, the falls are just half a mile up Oneonta Creek. The best way for visitors to reach Oneonta Narrows is by taking the Historic Columbia River Highway, which also takes in must-see sights such as the Benson State Recreation Area, Multnomah Falls, John B Yeon State Park and Ainsworth State Park.
Iceland Picture -- Waterfall Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day
See a photo of a waterfall flowing through columns formed by ancient lava flow in Iceland, from National Geographic.
Watkins Glen State Park: Hiking the Gorge Trail
An informative guide to hiking the Gorge Trail at Watkins Glen State Park. This trail is moderate and includes stairs and 18 waterfalls
Top 6 Must-See Canadian Rockies Lakes
Planning a trip and want to know the must-see Canadian Rockies lakes? Find out the top 6 to visit, how to avoid the crowds, and how to best photograph them!
Banff itinerary 3 days - Best Three Days in Banff Alberta
The best itinerary for 3 days in Banff National Park in Canada. What you need to know about where to stay, what to eat, and the best things to do in Banff!
11 Best Things To Do In Ireland
Ireland is a totally beautiful country to explore! It's got a heap of the best places and stunning little villages that are honestly too good to miss. - 11 Best Things To Do In Ireland - Travel, Travel Advice - Europe, Ireland - Travel, Food and Home Inspiration Blog with door-to-door Travel Planner! - Travel Advice, Travel Inspiration, Home Inspiration, Food Inspiration, Recipes, Photography
Patagonia - Torres Del Paine
Taken during my photographic expedition to Patagonia (Argentina and Chile), where I've camped and trekked for more than 150 km to capture some iconic places like Torres de Paine, Cuernos del Paine, Fitz Roy, Cerro Torre, Perito Moreno, among others. I had 20 kg of equipment load, autonomy in food, and drank water directly from glacier rivers, having no contact with the outside world for 12 days. Video about this expedition: www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnoI8F6qEeI Photos: Joel Santos…
Seven Sacred Pools - Photo Blog - Niebrugge Images
Well our last few days in Hawaii were busy. Two days down in Hana and a couple of trips up to the Haleakala Crater. Gotta say the drive to Hana was beautiful! But, the highlight was a visit to the Seven Sacred Pools just a short distance past the town – just flat gorgeous! As is the hike above the ... Read More