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📸: @benedikt.huck ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ WanderYearsCo🏕 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Est. 2017 ⛰ Partners: @wow.delicious 😋 @elite.jeeps 💪🏽 @lifewithnoleash 🐶 @Succulent.Arcadia 🌵 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #WanderYearsCo #takemoreadventures

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sarahfruendt

I’m headed to Turkey Boogie next week and still have some jump tickets to use @skydivemoab. So let’s have some fun in the sky! 🐥💜

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jonsaldanha

Treetop adventures.

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outdoor_recon

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poliviou_polis

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a.c.t.i.o.n.j.a.c.k.s.o.n

CDT Day 115. Wednesday, Oct. 3. The Toaster House to Caballenza Canyon. A few posts back I was going on about how I used to hate night-hiking but now embrace it. One advantage of it I’ve yet to mention is how starting and finishing in the dark makes pretty much everywhere open-camping. There are few boundaries in the dark. Here’s an example: some nights I get to the point where I can’t hike another step and there’s nowhere flat to camp. Instead of dragging my tired feet up the trail anymore in search of a suitable site I’ll stop and set up my camp directly on the footpath. New Mexico is desolate enough and I’m finishing late enough/starting early enough that the odds are heavily against me obstructing another hiker. I was treated to another dawn-of-time sunrise. The third day in a row of road-walking, but it’s by choice I’m not complaining. This time. Day one was to protect my feet from lava through El Malpais. Today was about choosing a shorter path via roads instead of walking out of my way on another road and adding unnecessary miles just to get back on trail. Road-walking either way. Seemingly endless alternates to the “official” path is the beauty of the CDT. My goal is continuous footsteps from Mexico to Canada and I’ll take whatever path I want to get there—sometimes making my own. I spotted a massive elk eating shrubs just ahead on the side of the road. It was hardly startled when I approached. When I got close enough it jumped over a four-foot barbed-wire fence with ease and galloped off without a care in the world. I almost ran into a cow in the dark and we scared the shit out of each other. I heard wolves howling all night and they sounded a little too close for comfort. I set up camp on the trail in a ponderosa meadow. The treetops sillhouetting the stars in the clear night sky when I gazed upward. Another night of feeling gratitude for this extraordinary opportunity to hike across the country. Another night of feeling like there’s no place in the world I’d rather be. Daily Miles: 34.9. Total Miles: 2,441.

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danicahedinphoto

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sebulz22

wolf haley

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allamericandev

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privatekane

Throwback w/ @rachel.bensler

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cristaa_v

Red Rocks schools @heyhadden and I in Route Finding 101. In our defense, all these blob formations and canyons look the same.

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explore_worldnatures

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kaylakellyphotography

| BLOGGED | Lonnie & Teresa Woooo I’ve been teasing you guys for months with pictures from this shoot, and now they finally have a home on my website!! I know it’s been a long time... well my new goal is one blog post a week. And what a special way to kick it off 😍😍 Link in bio!

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kimberly_sans

UP & UP

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katespiller

Our visit to @naainakaibotanicalgardens was definitely a highlight of our recent trip to Kauai. We went early on during our stay, and it was such a great way to start our visit to the garden island. They have a tour specifically designed for kids that ends with play and explore time at their children’s garden, which I was blown away by! Can’t wait to share more photos in a blog post soon. Do you have a favorite botanical garden?

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tngo016

A recent conversation with a buddy asking why I have times traveling while working like a maniac: It takes sometimes to find the right people who are on the same traveling- mindset as you are: willing to camp in 20 degrees weather, driving across states, and eating ramen almost every night..to experience this kind of view. I have come across many people wanting to join me on my trips but ended up canceling. Don’t get me wrong. I totally understand that things happen and you might not have control over it. But that’s what I’ve learned: things always come up. All I said to it is: “welp, I’ll see you it when I’m back. Time to hit the road for now” 🚙👋🚙 📸 @kimoptsoutside

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seekmoments

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noah_koch

- Clatsop Spit, Oregon -

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detamona

hotel vibe

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calebleejohnson

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youreseethrough

it’s dangerous business walking out your front door — blasting underoath with @chrisplys, because it’s the weekend, doiiii! time for a little screamo, & reminiscing!

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melissaozbek

Very happy to add a new trail description for Mission Peak to @modernhiker, just published today (link in bio :) It was one of the first peaks I hiked when I first moved to the Bay Area, and one that I found especially beautiful in February and March. It was a challenging trail to write about, because of its popularity and controversies, which I know my Bay Area friends will recognize. If nothing else, I hope you enjoy the pictures of me documenting the trail while hiking through a cloud inversion. I was pretty bummed when I started researching this trail on this day, thinking I wouldn’t get decent pictures, but once I got to the top it was bluebird skies. You never know :) Have a great weekend everyone! #modernhiker

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theoutsideway

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jakecornett

You cannot understand, nor do you want to

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bhabarnaba

When the tomb overshadows the man.

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dalatminskadventure


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