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Backpacking to Reflection Canyon – Comprehensive Guide

Backpacking to Reflection Canyon Overview Reflection canyon is basically an extension of the Lake Powell. Backpacking to reflection canyon is a highly challenging venture of about 20 miles, and this intense hiking has become increasingly popular of late. This location was revealed in the year 2006 by the National Geographic Channel when they published an article
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Backpacking Equipment – Beginner Must Haves

  Backpacking Equipment If I had to go through the purchase process again to prepare for a couple night out in the back country, the items below are the several items I’d buy to get started. It will make your backpacking trip much more comfortable while not making a dent into your bank account. After doing some
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9 Unbeatable Pokemon GO Portable Chargers

Braven's charger is one of the most insanely durable on our list of Pokemon GO portable chargers

Suddenly, everyone’s packing a portable charger, and it’s no mystery why: Pokemon GO! has arrived, to drain phone and tablet batteries worldwide. The insane popularity of the fledgling augmented-reality game means you don’t want to be left by a wall outlet while everyone else is slinging Pokeballs. So, here are 9 unbeatable Pokemon GO! portable chargers to consider for iPhones, Androids, and all-purpose occasions. […]

Don’t Forget: The First Earth Day Was A Protest, A Revolution

Gas masks were a popular protest prop during the first Earth Day

Today, Earth Day is a relatively innocuous phrase–it inspires, what? A park cleanup, a few speeches here and there, and maybe a hiking event complete with birdwatching and smores. We’ve completely forgotten the militancy of the first Earth Day, and how it was one of the most forceful expressions of democratic voice this country has ever seen.  […]

Long Exposure Landscape Photos – 6 Essential Tips

Long exposure landscape photography often inspires the most intense ‘how did he do that?’ reactions, and for good reason. Long exposures turn rivers into flowing mist, remote lights into neon streaks, and the simplest motions into dynamic shots. If you’ve got the passion, here’s the know-how.  […]

alpine backpacking will test your limits and teach you important life lessons

Alpine Backpacking at Big Pine: 5 Reasons to Go

The Big Pine Lakes are some of the most pristine, alpine backpacking spots in California. It’s also quite a trial to traverse, but this is a challenge that’ll expand you, mind, body, and spirit. So if you’re trying to take your outdoor game to the next level, here are five reasons to consider backpacking across
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you can hate vegetables, but can you hate a refreshing smoothie?

Deceptively Delicious: What to Cook if You Hate Vegetables

The first step is to admit it: you hate vegetables. The second step is to realize: vegetables can be mouthwatering on their own. And if you don’t agree, we’ve got a culinary gimmick or two to get your chard tasting like rib roast.. There’s absolutely no shame in a little trickery, especially if it’s your health on the line! […]

Utah landscapes are among the best in the world

15 Amazing Images That Showcase Utah Landscapes

When it comes to natural beauty, Utah landscapes frequently top any list of American landmarks. From subterranean caves, to red-gold canyons, to monumental stone formations, no nature explorer worth their stones can afford to miss these indescribable Utah landmarks.  […]

gradients of orange and red in antelope canyon lower canyon road trip to Arizona

5 Epic Spots for an Arizona Road Trip

An Arizona road trip is a journey to one of the most attraction-filled states of the American Southwest. Not only is it home to two of the nation’s most revered tourism destinations (the almighty Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam), it holds a wealth of majestic deserts, monumental rock formations, and ancient Native American sites. There’s more to the state than most can fit into one trip. But what’s to stop you from trying, right? […]

The World of Macro Photography!

THE HUMAN EYE VS. A MACRO LENS

The human eye is probably one of the most sophisticated and delicate optic on this earth. Along with the brain, the eye can see colors and depth that most regular camera lens cannot see. In addition, the censor in a camera body still is not as accurate as the eye and brain in portraying colors. In all these senses, it seems that the human eye has the upper hand. […]