While thunderstorms can look beautiful from a distance, they are very dangerous, and if you are caught in one during camping, you should do your best to find shelter. If you are a thunderstorm fan, the best options you have is to look at thunderstorm pictures and...
When you go with Alys you are likely going to the right place. She enjoys finding new hot spots that she can explore by herself or with others. Sure, keeping some of the best places to herself can be tempting, but so is bringing others to them. If she does have a hidden spot kept to herself, it is likely something well-secured and underground.
Some people like to know random, cool, and/or fun history facts about anything, including the history of recreational vehicles (RVs). Such people likely include those who want to start full-time RVing, those who are planning an RV road trip in the near future, and...
Igloo construction is no art. In fact, building a real (aka, functional) igloo is relatively easy provided that you have enough snow and the right snow. Indeed, in just a few hours from the moment you decided to make an igloo you could have your own ice shelter in the backyard or elsewhere. While it may be hard for some to understand you, stay tuned and learn how to build an igloo.
You don’t need to be a White Walker in order to hike in the winter. Better yet, you probably don’t need to concern yourself about encountering a White Walker while hiking the Rockies. That being said, here’s a list of the best winter hikes in the Rocky Mountain National Park. The order in which the list is presented does not necessarily reflect how each hike compares to the others. As you might know, the selection of these hikes is based on subjective impressions and you are always free to challenge them in the comments section.
Unless seen from a certain distance and with the assurance that nobody is getting hurt, avalanches are no fun. If you are planning to go in a place where avalanches may occur, it is advisable to know what causes an avalanche and, more importantly, how to survive if you get caught in one. While following a certain list of tips (even a list made by a future(?) trekking savvy based on information provided by avalanche experts) does not guarantee your safety, I believe anyone visiting places where avalanches could occur should read the following paragraphs or similar content.