The Teton Crest Trail. One of the most iconic hikes in North America, it stretches 34.5 miles through some of the most rugged, but beautiful, mountain landscapes in the Rocky Mountains. Complete with sub-alpine forests, cascading waterfalls, glacial lakes, and of course, the Teton Mountains as your backdrop. And this was going to be, Read More

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Havasupai. That beautiful desert oasis with the turquoise waterfalls. It’s been on my must-see-soon list since I first saw pictures of it on the Yonder app last year. I had an opportunity to go there last November with a college group but the logistics just didn’t work out for me then. So when my, Read More

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Two weeks ago, my Yonder friend, Lauren, asked me if I had any upcoming overnight trips planned. I didn’t yet, but I had been wanting to get out all winter and with the weather looking a lot more like late spring than late winter it was definitely time to get out for one. So, Read More

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Last Saturday was a beautiful day for a hike, seeing as it was the middle of February and the daytime high reached about 60°F. My friend, Joanna, reached out to me on Friday morning after seeing the forecast and asked if I had a hike planned. I hadn’t, yet, but quickly took a look, Read More

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Southern Utah is littered with slot canyons. Zion National Park, the Grand Staircase-Escalante, and Lake Powell areas have some of the most famous slot canyons, such as The Narrows, The Subway, Davis Gulch, and Antelope Canyons. But there are many hidden gems, like Kanarra Falls, that are a not as well known, but are, Read More

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Last summer I took my first trip out West and the very first place I decided to visit was Zion National Park. I had seen a lot of pictures of Zion on the Yonder App and was eager to see it’s remarkable beauty for myself. There are so many amazing sights to see in, Read More

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The North Fork of the Virgin River, or “The Narrows”, is another one of the iconic hikes in Zion National Park. The Zion Narrows was rated as one of the top 100 Best Adventures in America by National Geographic, and for good reason. This is a classic “bucket list” adventure that can be taken, Read More

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There are so many amazing sights to see in Zion National Park, but none that will take your breath away more so than Angel’s Landing. The Angel’s Landing Trail is one of the iconic trails in the American National Park System. It is as much known for its spectacular views as it is for its treacherous ascent to the summit,, Read More

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No visit to Zion National Park is complete without a visit to one of it’s most popular locations, the Emerald Pools. The Emerald Pools are a series of small, secluded pools that are fed by gently flowing waterfalls from the canyon above. This trail is often crowded during the peak season due to it’s, Read More

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Last August, my friend Carrie and I decided to take a multi-day kayaking trip down the Delaware River. We had kayaked a couple of times on Lake Hopatcong over the past two years and thought that this would be a lot of fun. I had been on several late summer lazy rafting trips on the Delaware years ago and I, Read More

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