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Yosemite FireFall - This incredible phenomenon, which happens for only 10 days each February, occurs when the setting sun hits Horsetail Fall at exactly the right angle. #California Photo by @markian.b #wildernessculture


Photo/ caption by ambassador @wheretowillie _ "If the tent looks sloping, that’s because it was. Tiny ledges mean you take what you can get! " #Norway


Alpenglow high in the Swiss Alps #Switzerland Photo by @emmett_sparling #wildernessculture


Winter in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park #Canada ❄️ Photo by @calsnape #wildernessculture


Descending into a slot canyon for the first time has it’s own allure, entering a seemingly secret place. #Arizona Photo by ambassador @wheretowillie #wildernessculture


Waking up with a view from Gothic Peak #Washington Photo by @moonmountainman #wildernessculture


Floating, climbing and jumping thru the canyons of Cebu #Philippines Photo by ambassador @everchanginghorizon #wildernessculture


Summertime in Glacier National Park #Montana Photo by @trailwandering #wildernessculture


Repost from our friends @usinterior _ Snow clings to the jagged sides of #DevilsTower National Monument in #Wyoming. This astounding geologic feature is considered sacred to the Northern Plains Indians and other tribes, who call it “Bear’s Tipi” or “Bear’s Lodge.” Winter activities include hiking and cross-country skiing, but a word of caution: trails are not maintained during the #winter months. Photo @devilstowernps by National Park Service. #FindYourPark #usinterior


Toketee Falls, on the North Umpqua River, is one of the most famous waterfalls in all of #Oregon, renowned far and wide for the graceful columnar basalt formation framing the two-stepped falls. Photo by @alberthbyang #wildernessculture


Camping with a view of Denali National Park #Alaska Photo by @simon.prochaska #wildernessculture