Vegan in Palm Springs: A Weekend Guide

Headed to Palm Springs, California for the weekend, but not sure where to eat? Not to worry- there are some fantastic places to score vegan food in this desert oasis, from artisanal ice cream to a deli cranking out some of the best house-made plant-based “meats” on the planet. Here’s my guide to having a weekend full of absolutely delicious vegan eats in Palm Springs.

Yellowstone 2 Day Itinerary: A Complete Guide

Yellowstone National Park is the epitome of the Western United States- sweeping mountain landscapes, fields of roaming bison, and epic adventure adventures. But with a footprint of almost 3,500 square miles, it can be challenging to know where to start- especially if you only have two days in the park. Here’s the ultimate Yellowstone 2 day itinerary to make the most of your time in the park.

2020 Recap: A Year of Grounding

2020 came in like a wrecking ball, the year that no one anticipated. This year has felt like a blur- somehow dragging on forever and also whirring by incredibly fast. I have changed a LOT this year, in a variety of ways, and while parts of 2020 have been extraordinarily painful and sad, I don’t want to forget my experiences any time soon. Here’s my 2020 recap.

How to Hike Delta Lake in Grand Teton National Park

Looking for the best hikes in Grand Teton National Park? Well, look no further, as there’s perhaps no better trail than the one that reaches the dreamy alpine waters of Delta Lake. I’ve hiked and conquered the Delta Lake trail and have put together a complete guide so you can too.

5 Things I’m Grateful for in 2020

In 2020, I think we all need a reason, more than ever, to rally around some central positive idea. So, while Thanksgiving may have problematic historical origins, I’m all about focusing on gratitude, on spending times with friends and family (albeit mostly virtually this year), and on consuming just mass amounts of carbs. In the spirit of the day, here’s five things I’m grateful for in 2020…

The Ultimate Backpacking Gear List for Beginners

There’s something that feels so organic and exciting about backcountry camping. It can, however, be confusing to know what you need to pack and overwhelming to figure out what kinds of equipment are actually worth your investment. But after countless hours watching YouTube videos, falling down camping blog blackholes, and lowkey stalking members of my local REI, I have crafted the perfect packing list for your first backcountry camping experience…

The Essential Hiking Road Trip Packing List

One of the most awesome things about road tripping is that, unlike air or even train travel, you can pack pretty much whatever your heart desires in the back of your car. But, given that freedom, it can be a little overwhelming and challenging to determine what things to pack that might make your road trip more comfortable and convenient and what might just wind up as useless clutter in an overflowing trunk…

Two Day Grand Teton National Park Itinerary

In 2019, 3.4 million people flocked to the small town of Jackson, Wyoming to visit Grand Teton National Park, home to the incredibly distinctive Teton Mountain Range. As the eighth most visited park of the beloved U.S. National Park system, it should come as no surprise that Grand Teton offers world class hiking, ample wildlife viewing opportunities, and epic landscapes…

Best Fall Hikes in Mount Rainier

I think it’s safe to say that I’m not alone in loving fall- warm apple cider, snuggling by the fire, and relishing in the leaves’ technicolor spectacular finale before the winter. Lucky for me, I live close to Mount Rainier National Park, one of the best places in the United States to soak up the gorgeous fall colors- and breathtaking mountain views to boot…

The Perfect 3 Day Olympic National Park Itinerary: Everything You Need to Know

Olympic National Park, tucked away in the Northwest corner of Washington state, is the United States’ ninth most visited national park- and for good reason! From serving as the home to one of the largest temperate rainforests in the United States to the soaring Olympic Mountains and craggy Pacific Northwest beaches, Olympic has one of the most diverse landscapes that a U.S. National Park can offer…

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