Wolves have fascinated and frightened humans for centuries. Despite having a strong presence in popular culture, there are many things about wolves that few people know. If you like interesting animal facts, stay tuned, as today I’m going to give you a list of fun...
Having a positive Chi is very important for Chris. Trekking makes him feel wowy and he regards talking about it as feeling quite good too. Another thing that Chris likes is handling challenging environments, such as storms and lots of snow. That being said, Chris is a responsible traveler, only travels when it’s safe, and has plenty of survival tips for those who need them. Last but not least, you can never fail Chris by giving him constructive feedback.
For many, good weather for outdoor exploration means summer temperatures and a clear sky. Not surprisingly, people are more likely to visit national parks during the summer. This actually makes sense in several ways. For instance, many hiking trails are closed during winter and access to must-see remote locations tends to be difficult, if at all possible. That being said, those who are in the mood for visiting Yellowstone National Park ASAP should not be frustrated in the winter but excited to know Yellowstone is open for tourists all year long.
Did you know that the grizzly bear is scientifically called the North American brown bear? Can you recognize a grizzly? Do you know where to find them? Whether your a bear savvy or not, it might be the time for some grizzly bear facts.
If you are going on a trekking adventure, it is arguably a shame not to take a camera that can capture some or most of the scenic views you have access to. While it is true that virtually all high-end cameras tend to do a very good job in nature/landscape photography, there are specific criteria you should consider when choosing a hiking camera.
If you are looking for train rides in Colorado, you must consider the Durango and Silverton narrow gauge railroad train. In case you wonder, this is not strictly a discussion about two towns and a train but rather a discussion about the relevance of them in the life of those who visit the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Located in the south of the state at the base of the mountains, Durango offers some vibes from the old Wild West.