Quick day trip into the valley. See more on Instagram here.
Photos from Iceland. See more, and read a recap of the trip on my Exposure post here.
The next time you’re planning a trip leave the guide books behind, forget the weeks of over excessive planning—just pick a place on the map and go. That’s how we found ourselves in the backcountry of Desolation Wilderness earlier this month.
It all started on a typical Friday evening: Wrapping up those last few emails, making final tweaks to photoshop documents, grabbing a beer out of the office fridge. That’s when the text message showed up: “Mountains tomorrow?”
A handful of texts later and we had a plan: Leave the bay around 7am Saturday morning and head towards the Echo Lake trailhead in Desolation Wilderness. Backpacks were packed late that night after returning home from drinks and a few hours of sleep were squeezed in.
We ended up six miles into the backcountry of Desolation Wilderness at Lake Aloha.
That’s all it took: Set forth. Adventures await.
Photos from the Four in Four project.
The idea for Four in Four was to document a trip across four states in four days where we would explore as much of the American Southwest as possible.
We decided to create Four in Four for one simple reason: To inspire others to get outside and truly experience the outdoors. To turn curiosities into obsessions. Outings into nighters. Pastimes into passions. To hopefully spark a sense of adventure in others.
See all the photos here.
Views from 11,572 foot Leavitt Peak this weekend. See more on instagram.
Labor Day Long Weekend in review. See more on Instagram.
Photos from road tripping around Oregon last weekend. See more on Instagram.
Highlights of July: From the Canadian Rockies to Yosemite and everywhere in between. See more, on instagram.
A few iPhone photos from my shoot for VSCO x Levi’s “Go To Work” collaboration. See them all on my Instagram.
Backcountry of Banff National Park.
New photos up on the blog! Find them here: Three Days in Yosemite.
Hiking into the fog.
Collect moments, not things.