Point Reyes Coast Camp | Backpacking… with Kids?
Point Reyes National Seashore | California Point Reyes Coast Camp: What was it like backpacking with kids for the first time? Well, let’s put it this way. Honestly, Ashley went backpacking when she was young and hadn’t been ever since. I (Justin) have never gone backpacking and only occasionally went camping with the family. We’ve […]Read More
This is why you bring bear spray to the Grand Tetons
It’s a little nuts, but wanted to share for the first time how we photographed “Dilbert the Duck visits the Grand Tetons” to look the way it did. It’s trickier than you think (even as pretty as the Tetons are)— sometimes it takes a little… well… craziness! October 2021, our caravan passed through pouring rain […]Read More
Is Yellowstone Better Than Grand Tetons?
Yellowstone Grand Tetons National Park which is better for driving/hikingRead More
How Far is it to Yellowstone from Grand Teton National Park?
What’s the difference between Yellowstone vs Grand Tetons and which should I do for my family. What’s the distance between how farRead More
How to Get a Permit to Hike Angels Landing
How do I get a permit Angels Landing Zion National Park hiking informationRead More
Let Them be Wild!
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1,000 Hours Outside: An Update
1000 hours outside challenge continues for Harmon familyRead More
Top 5 Family Friendly Hikes in Bryce Canyon National Park
1- Navajo Loop Trail This is easily our favorite hike in Bryce Canyon. In fact, we love it so much, we made it Dilbert’s hike in the book. This trail is considered moderate because the hike back out is uphill. It is worth it, and the best way to see the unique rock formations and […]Read More
How to Start Hiking With Your Kids
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Hiking Zion Canyon Overlook with Kids- Zion National Park
Angels Landing hike in Zion National Park is, by far, the most famous overlook of the park. If your child has a problem with a climb, or for smaller hikers, Zion Canyon Overlook is an amazing choice! Zion Canyon Overlook is the easiest hike featuring an overlook in the park, so if sweeping views are what you are looking for, this is the perfect hike for pretty much everyone!Read More