"The Oregon coast offers some wild landscapes, shaped and sculpted by the fierce waves of the Pacific. Places like these remind me of just how powerful water is, a life force of its own."
Photo/caption by ambassador @wheretowillie#wildernessculture
Mount Rainier National Park is a U.S. National Park located in Washington state. The park is 236,381 acres and is home to Mount Rainier, rising to 14,411-ft (4,392 m). Mount Rainer is the highest point in the Cascade Range and is surrounded by valleys, waterfalls, subalpine meadows, old-growth forest and more than 25 glaciers.
Photo by @benmarar#wildernessculture
We are proud to announce our first #wherecanyou partner, MiiR.
@miir is drinkware company that is challenging old-school ideas about success, all while empowering lives around the world. We interviewed their founder, @bryanpape , to learn the whole story. Go to the link in our stories to read it!
Photo/caption by @braybraywoowoo#wildernessculture
"Where Vietnam and China meet 🇻🇳🤝🇨🇳
The journey to this waterfall on our motorbikes was definitely one for the books. We biked through towering peaks, met some amazingly friendly farmers AND had close encounters with countless water buffalo...
Northern Vietnam is one of the most incredible places I have ever been "
Garibaldi Lake, located near Whistler British Columbia. The lake lies within Garibaldi Provincial Park, which features mountains, glaciers, trails, forests, flowers, meadows, waterfalls. It's unique turquoise color is due to glacial flour in the meltwater from its two primary inflows, the large Sphinx Glacier to the east and the Sentinel Glacier to the south on either side of Mount Garibaldi. Main access to the lake is by the 5.5 mi (9km) long Garibaldi Lake Trail.
Photo by @shaespring via @mddyelrck#wildernessculture
Earth Day Giveaway! Take only pictures. Leave only footprints.
See your favorite places this Earth Day. Do something direct. Find a patch of green that could be greener, and make it wild again. We need the Outdoors. The Outdoors needs us, too.
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@the_outbound_life back for another week of #outboundthinking! This last week we found one of our new favorite hidden gems, The Colorado National Monument in Grand Junction, Colorado. It felt like a mini Grand Canyon that you could experience more intimately and have all to yourself.
Go head over to Wilderness Culture’s stories to see this week’s #outboundthinking tip!
Photo/ caption by @trailwandering
" After a day of rain and storms (and even snow the night before) the clouds opened up before sunset to allow these light beams to appear. Taken on a remote section of Grand Canyon National Park. No cell service, no crowds, and unforgettable views. While I love this photo, the real thing was even better" #wildernessculture
Hey guys! Wilderness Culture ambassadors, @the_outbound_life here! We’re thrilled to be
kicking off a weekly series this month called #outboundthinking. For each image, we are
going to share a lesson we’ve learned along the way that we hope is some encouragement
This first image was taken during our first time in Jasper, Alberta. When I reflect on this
image, I can’t help but think what a rollercoaster ride this life is. Chasing your dreams by
definition is insanely difficult as you are by definition going against the grain, and creating
something that does not yet exist. A piece of advice I’ve been learning about is this: don’t
use your pain to destroy, use it to create. The truth is we all come from different difficult
battles - whether relationally, physically, financially, or any other number of ways. We can
either look at our current (very real) grievances as reason to become victims, and pull
others down, or see it as a catalyst - a gas tank full to fuel creativity. When viewed in that
second light, you start to realize that you have all the fuel you’d possibly need to create
Mount Kirkjufell, meaning Church mountain, is a 463 meter high mountain on the north coast of Iceland's Snæfellsnes peninsula and is a must see location for anyone visiting #Iceland
Photo by @bennettlombardo#wildernessculture