Category: Wild Travels

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon National Park offers incredible scenery and amazing history to those who visit its rim. Recognized as one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon does not disappoint you in the panoramic view that is incomparable anywhere else in the world. The Canyon achieved Federal protection in 1893, when

Valley of Fire State Park

The Valley of Fire is located just six short miles from Lake Mead, and a scant fifty miles from Las Vegas, Nevada via Interstate 15. The Valley of fire is the oldest and largest state park in Nevada and gets its name from the red coloration of the sandstone formations that lure in visitors to

Yellowstone National Park

Many people feel that Yellowstone is the single greatest National Park in the country. And there is little doubt that their opinion is valid. Yellowstone is filled top to bottom and side to side one of the broadest array of natural wonders in close proximity to each other than anywhere else in the world. Geysers,

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

In the southern Sierra, within a stone’s throw of Los Angeles lies a raw unspoiled, road less wilderness that is ripe for visitors who want to be alone with their own thoughts. While Yosemite, nearby is literally plagued by crowds and developments, Sequoia and Kings Canyon are largely unspoiled, alpine realms with high country lakes,

Buffalo National River

One of the only remaining rivers in the lower 48 states without any dams, the Buffalo cuts its way more than 150 miles through massive limestone bluffs in the Arkansas Ozarks and into the White River, which eventually flows into the Mississippi River delta. Recently, I had the rare opportunity of taking a three day

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park is one of the few places in the world where you can make your own exploration, perhaps chart a new path among roads, trails and highways. Lying among some of the highest peaks in the Sierra Nevada mountains, the granite tops rise to over 13 thousand feet above perfect alpine meadows and

Glacier National Park

Archaeological studies indicates that Glacier National Park has been a place long visited by humans, specifically Native Tribes many of whom consider the region sacred. It’s not hard to understand why. As one of the biggest National parks in the US, Glacier spans over 1,000,000 acres of Montana land, with six beautiful mountain peeks each

Lake Tahoe

The first thing you will take note of as you arrive is the seemingly dual personality of Lake Tahoe. The northern area is peaceful and serene while fine hotels and the slower paced lifestyle afford you a place to relax and kick back. The southern area is high paced and high energy with the gambling

Aspen Colorado

What is it that draws people to Aspen. The answers are multiple in fact. Having spent time there earlier this summer I was privileged to enjoy breathtaking scenery, incredible hiking, fun and interesting accomodations and an enjoyable night life. Aspen is famous for its lovely homes, people watching and just plain relaxation. Aspen, located about