If you’re looking for something beautiful, amazing, breathtaking, or inspiring, our little planet provides, some of the most incredible landscapes in the world have offered travelers and vacationers their favorite photographs. But instead of just looking at a picture, why not get out there and make the most of what Earth can offer. Continue reading “Capture Your Imagination With These Incredible Landscapes”
The Jardine Juniper Trail, an 11 mile (roundtrip) hike, leads you to the oldest living tree in Utah, a popular landmark of the Logan Canyon. The age of this Rocky Mountain juniper tree (hence the name of the trail) is estimated at over 1500 and up to 3000 years old, depending on the source.
The trail is used for hiking, mountain biking, trail running, and horseback riding, and it offers great views of the Logan Canyon, the Cottonwood Canyon, and the Bear Lake Valley. It also has beautiful meadows, wildflowers, and fir and aspen groves. The colours in the fall are breathtaking too. Continue reading “Hiking The Jardine Juniper Trail in Logan Canyon, Utah”
Sometimes the best hikes are the unplanned ones. We didn’t know what we were going to do when we decided to drive to Tony Grove lake last weekend. We didn’t even know if it would be accesible because the last three times we tried it was blocked by snow. But we got there and found three trail options. We followed the White Pine Lake Trail and it was wonderful. One of the most beautiful and peaceful ones I’ve done (until I got hangry, that is). Continue reading “Hiking The White Pine Lake Trail in Logan Canyon, Utah”
I love visiting botanical gardens when I travel, don’t you? There is just something really magical about well taken care of flowers and gardens. The vast variety of kinds of flowers and plants and the different colors and smells they bring is something truly to be admired in this world. Continue reading “A Guide To The World’s Most Spectacular Botanical Gardens”
Wind Cave Trail is roughly a 3.7 mile hike out and back in the Logan Canyon, a short drive from Logan, Utah. The trail features a limestone cave at the top with stunning views along the way and at the top.
The trail is rated moderate and is primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail and are supposed to be kept on leash. Continue reading “Hiking The Wind Cave Trail in Logan, Utah”
There’s nothing quite like getting out and stretching the legs. If you don’t have enough time in your busy daily schedule to find time for a walk, you can always plan a hiking trip.
Even if you aren’t a seasoned hiker, you will enjoy exploring nature. You don’t have to start off with a huge walk if you aren’t experienced. Take it easy and start off with a short walk on day one. As the days go on, you can build up. Don’t feel like you are only on vacation just to go hiking, though. You can also spend your time sightseeing or taking part in other active pursuits such as mountain biking or kayaking.
So, if you fancy going on a walking vacation, here are some of The State’s best destinations. Continue reading “Six of America’s Top Hiking Destinations”
The internet is a fantastic tool for inspiring holiday plans and allowing us to see incredible natural wonders. But seeing a picture on a screen is not the same as seeing it up close and experiencing it first hand. The world is jam packed full of these wonders which often cannot be explained. They can make you realize how powerful Mother Nature really is and how we often take this beautiful world of ours for granted.
So instead of looking at these wonders on social media or on Google, why not go and find them for yourself. Here is a brief list of some natural wonders you need to see to truly believe: Continue reading “3 Natural Wonders You Need To See To Believe”