The Canyonlands of Utah, USA, are like no other land on Earth. Striking cliffs towering above the desert conjure images of the wild west, and are the exemplar of untamed nature at its finest. Above: the view of Canyonlands National Park from Needles Overlook.
About This Blog
This blog is an outdoor adventure and photography blog. Its purpose is to cast a light on a lifestyle that revolves around being a free spirit, and willing to seek adventure. Even for those who already enjoy the outdoors, I hope to inspire you to seek out new and novel areas, step outside your comfort zone, and grow as a person and as an adventurer. Many of the areas featured here have a plethora of opportunities for recreation.
Nokhu Crags, a striking 12,140ft just south of Cameron Pass in Northern Colorado. The northernmost peak of the Never Summer Mountains, Nokhu Crags is a testament to the wild and rugged Rocky Mountains of North America.
The Peak-to-Peak Highway is a gorgeous drive and conveniently located close to the Front Range Urban Corridor. Recreational opportunities are plentiful along this 55 mile winding mountain road; one which is only found in Colorado, USA.
A short hike to the top of this ridge on Old Flowers Road provides an excellent view of the departing storm clouds over the Mummy Range. Many roads like Old Flowers exist in Colorado, and the industries which built the West are often to blame for their existence.
On the camping trip to Hohnholz Lakes, we decided stacking rocks was a great idea before we left. I wonder what the next people to get to this campsite thought of it.
Only on the White Rim is a photo like this possible. This wasn’t even staged, I simply captured the moment, the frame of my buddy who decided to venture out onto one of the many towering sandstone structures, which have persisted through hundreds, if not thousands, of years. The White Rim was an experience like no other, and one which makes you realize the power, and permanence, of nature and its faculties.