We had a chance to visit White Sands National Monument since some friends from out of town were going and invited us to join them. It was a sunny, windless, perfect spring day, and the large soft white dunes were inviting and just a heck of a lot of fun to explore. Our friends were […]
“Wilderness is not a luxury, but a necessity of the human spirit.” — Edward Abbey Enjoy this lovely slice-of-wildlife video production shot entirely at Point Reyes National Seashore in California. The video ends after three minutes and 39 seconds of sublime natural beauty, making you wish you had planned a trip to Northern California sooner […]
Have you ever wondered what was going on at Grand Canyon or Big Bend? Wonder no more, as the National Park Service has a web page where you can find and view all the live webcams in national parks that are available. The webcam network was set up to monitor air quality at national parks, […]
With fewer than 200 left alive, the Great Gray Owls of Yosemite are undergoing intense study and conservation efforts to keep their population sustainable. The rare raptors were cut off in the valleys and canyons of the Sierra Nevada, evolving separately from their Canadian cousins for over 30,000 years after the end of the last ice […]
We found another amazing video of Grand Canyon! This lovely production features a chill soundtrack, a high def playback option, and photography of one of the most beautiful places on earth. It’s five minutes you’ll want to relive over and over.
Hey–you wanna go to Zion National Park on a crazy-busy holiday weekend? Without much in the way of researched camping spots, plans or outdoor gear? Sounds fun! Craig Hill writes a cheerful and visually rich travelogue of a last-minute road trip to Zion National Park. Among his many entertaining conclusions: picking the right cohort is […]