What is the #vanlife really like? If you scroll through Instagram, you’re bound to see an image about the #vanlife – but what is life really like when you’re living on the road, out of a van? We’re going to take you behind the scenes of all those glamorous Instagram shots and give you aContinue reading

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A very brief history of the majestic Glacier National Park. Tucked into the northwestern corner of Montana and the US/Canadian border in Alberta are two majestic national parks with rich geologic, cultural, and biological histories. Glacier National Park (on the U.S. side) and the smaller Waterton Lakes National Park (in Canada) are often referred toContinue reading

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Glacier National Park is arguably best visited in the fall. There may be cold temperatures at night, but the crisp autumn air, dust of snow on the peaks, and a distinct lack of crowds make September, October, and early November our favorite months in the park. You may be thinking: “What about the forest fires?”Continue reading

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The Pacific Northwest Trail is the most rugged, wild, remote, and challenging trail in the States. The 1,200-mile Pacific Northwest Trail is not to be taken lightly. This massive trail runs from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean, starting in Glacier National Park and passing through three national parks and seven national forests alongContinue reading

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There’s a distinct chill in the air and the leaves are beginning to turn colors. While you could jump in your car and drive country roads to witness nature’s annual color show, we say two wheels are better than four for experiencing all that this season has to offer. So grab your mountain bike andContinue reading

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National parks in the United Kingdom are different than in those in the United States. Both are designed to protect nature, but in England, much of the landscape has housed people, shops, factories, and other development for centuries. It’s true that the boundaries of these national parks encompass a lot of privately owned land (asContinue reading

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