Bushkill Falls, Pocono Mountains

A few weekends ago, I met up with a close friend in the Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania. We went for a weekend of wine tastings and hiking. While neither of us had ever visited, we hiked one of the more popular hiking spots, Bushkill Falls. The park opens at 10am. It’s 16$ for an adult admission on […]

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Hiking Jenny Lake at Grand Teton National Park

While visiting the Grand Teton National Park, we went to Jenny Lake for hiking because of its beautiful hiking trails. We went during October, and on the day of our hike, it was quietly snowing, which made our experience even more pleasant and serene. However, at times, the visibility of the lake became nonexistent due to […]

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Day tripping the Blue Mountains, Australia

Blue Mountains National Park is located in the New South Whales and to the west of Sydney. Many people compare its appearance to the Grand Canyon in the United States. The mountains are encompassed in Eucalyptus forests. Many believe that the mountains have a blue hue because of the oils released from the eucalyptus trees. Along […]

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Hiking Lake Tahoe’s Emerald Bay State Park

To the northwest of South Lake Tahoe is Emerald Bay State Park. Emerald Bay State Park provides various hiking trails in varying degrees of difficulty, but all have incredible views of the lake. While in California, especially at Lake Tahoe, I was continuously overwhelmed by the stunning landscapes. When my partner and I arrived first arrived […]

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Yosemite National Park

We dedicated two days to sightseeing in Yosemite National Park. We didn’t stay within the grounds of the national park, but instead in Mariposa. Mariposa is around 1 hour away from the park, but depends upon the traffic and whether or not there is ongoing construction that could cause lengthy delays on the one lane […]

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Road Trip to Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon

While I was in Las Vegas, NV for a conference, I visited 2 of Utah’s 5 National Parks, Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park. We first started at Zion National Park. It immediately reminded me of my trip to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, however I felt the landscape was more […]

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