This would definitely be up there on my list of favorite campsites to date. We got to the parking lot a little before sunset, the trailhead said it would be a 2km hike to get to this area. We were talking about how long it would take to hike that with our gear, I said "It'll probably take us conservatively about 45mins taking photos and stopping and all." Oh how wrong I was. 😂 It was almost 2 hours because the uphill part was basically just mud with little makeshift wooden planks so you don't sink in the muck and then the downhill part of the trek was really just a pain with how slippery everything was and it wasn't really a trail but just big wet rock scramble down to the beach. There were probably about 10 other tents out in this spot but everyone just spread out and took their own little nook. I couldn't even enjoy the evening that much since I was feeling absolutely exhausted and sorta sick but I forced myself to take a couple of shots before sacking out which was definitely worth it.
Hey y’all! I’ve got a fun day of mini holiday sessions planned coming up here soon, this will be a perfect quick shoot for families, couples, loved ones, etc! Limited spots. Message me if you’d like to book a slot on Nov. 3rd!
A couple months ago I wrote a piece about this place for the nature conservancy. I recap a trip back in August when our views were obscured by wildfire smoke but we still enjoyed some valuable time in the mountains. It's so important to really connect with these places and appreciate the experience, with or without the views. But when you get views like this to add to that experience, well that's one heck of a bonus.
Another weekend away from home to help fill up my heart. There are some not-so-great things going on in my life right now and while running away from home for the weekend doesn’t make those things go away, it sure does help to distract. To get outside, to see new places, to take the days slow with no plans alongside good friends + my dogs, this is what I need right now.
No joke, I may need to visit Vermont! 🍂🧡🍁 #Repost @kylefinndempsey with @get_repost
There’s so many things that make Vermont my favorite state. Partnering with @vermonttourism and @cabotcheese has led me down beautiful back roads, through covered bridges & rolling hills, to cozy cabins, rushing rivers and abundant orchards with friendly people all along the way. Fall in Vermont will always be my favorite, because no where else I’ve been really compares. I’ll be back every year for the rest of my life.