Best Hike in Devils Tower National Monument

The best hike in Devils Tower National Monument is a double loop that encompasses all the park’s trails. From this epic 8-mile journey, you can see the giant monolith, which is the World’s first National Monument and a holy site to Native Americans, from every angle. Along the way, you will most likely catch glimpses…

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…

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…

Hiking Olympic National Park – Top 12 Trails

Olympic National Park is often described as three parks in one and that is a well-deserved title. The beaches are beautiful with towering rock monoliths rising out of the surf. The rainforest is lush with massive ferns and towering moss-covered trees. The glaciated peaks of the Olympic Mountain Range rise into the clouds. Each type…

Backpacking the Skyline Trail – Jasper National Park – Part 2

Our third day of backpacking the Skyline Trail started off with more rain and overcast skies. The Skyline is a very popular backpacking route and as such the campsites need to be reserved over half-a-year in advance. It is impossible to aim for the best weather. You have to take what the day provides when…