It’s a lot easier to read terrain from a topographic map than you might think, and you don’t need heavy math or science knowledge to understand it. It’s a lot more about artistically visualizing the terrain by understanding contour lines, colors, and shading and how they fit together to visualize the land. Topographic maps represent … More A Guide to Understanding a Topographic Map
Now that things have finally started warming up, festival season has begun. Whether you are into bluegrass or EDM, these gorgeous mountains we call home won’t leave you with a lackluster summer. Here are a few of the best music festivals to check out this Summer. ROMP Festival / Owensboro, KY / June 26-29, 2019 … More Ten Amazing Music and Adventure Festivals in the Blue Ridge
From Zion to Bryce to Arches National Park, Utah has so many options when it comes to exploring new lands. Whether you love mountain biking, climbing or backpacking, Utah has something for everyone in this vast and changing landscape.
Visiting National Parks in your area or throughout the United States is a great opportunity to not only hike and enjoy the outdoors, but to learn new things along the way from history to life-skills. With 58 national parks throughout the country to choose from it can be difficult when starting to plan your next … More The National Parks you May Not Know About
Colorado is notorious for the beautiful Aspens that grow in the area and their fall colors in September and October. The trees spread throughout Rocky Mountain National Park and beyond as rays of yellow, orange and some red. But the season can be a bit tricky when finding the right place to go and at … More Fall in the Colorado Mountains
Autumn in Yellowstone National Park is an amazing time of the year to view the color change in the trees and witness wildlife getting ready for the winter season. With over 3,500-sq.-miles of wilderness to enjoy, beautiful camping spots and various hiking trails you could spend months here without enjoying the park to its full … More Yellowstone National Park
For those counting down the minutes till Spring again, you may have realized the winter solstice was on December 21st – meaning the sun was right over the Tropic of Capricorn. In the Northern Hemisphere we see this as the start of the winter season. Whether this makes you jump for joy, or crawl into … More 5 Winter Seasonal Benefits