Devils Tower Guide – Top 6 Must See and Do

Devils Tower National Monument is a strange, almost otherworldly place. It rises above the ocean of prairie grass in northeastern Wyoming like a lone sentinel. This formation is so unique that it is revered as a holy place by many Native American tribes. It also holds the title of the world’s first National Monument which…

Backpacking the Titcomb Basin in Wyoming – Complete Guide

Located deep in Wyoming’s Wind River Mountain Range is a backpacking trail dominated by mountain peaks that scrape the sky and a landscape covered in beautiful lakes and tarns. Backpacking the Titcomb Basin takes hikers from Elkhart Park near Pinedale, Wyoming more than 16 miles into the remote backcountry of the Bridger Wilderness in Sublette…

Hiking White Butte – Summiting the Highest Peak in North Dakota

Hiking White Butte in the southwestern corner of North Dakota is unlike any other lofty peak we have thus far summited. It is a moderately easy hike, achievable by almost every skill level. The journey starts with a drive across the great wide-open plains of North Dakota with very few landmasses or even manmade objects…

Tonquin Valley Trail Guide – Jasper National Park

I can best sum up the 27.5-mile adventure of hiking the Tonquin Valley Trail in two words—muddy and gorgeous. The views found on this trail are some of the most amazing in Alberta, Canada’s Jasper National Park. The highly glaciated, jagged peaks of the Rampart Mountain Range drain into the massive Amethyst Lake. The downside…

Best of the Black Hills – Top 9 Must Visit Places

Most people overlook South Dakota when it comes to choosing their bucket list destinations. But with giant-sized works of art, massive caves, and beautiful mountains, canyons, and waterfalls the Black Hills are a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. The Black Hills were shaped by an enormous uplift from volcanic-like forces and carved by wind and rain….