2019 Cyber Monday Sale!

So we don’t put our maps on sale but once a year. If you are reading this on December 1st or 2nd, 2019, then lucky you! This is your chance to give the gift of hiking goodness to a loved one… or get one, or two for yourself at a discount. First of all, everything[…]

Hike 734 Give Back 2019

**Final update!!** Click here to jump to learn more about the various partners and you can always donate You guys are great! Thanks for your amazing generosity for the 2019 Give Back to the Parks. We raised almost $7,000 for the parks! Totals are below (you can always donate throughout the year of course!): Glacier[…]

Next up, Rocky Mountain National Park

Well I just came back from my first trip down to Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. What a beautiful (and massive) place! After hiking for two weeks straight, I know that I’m only scratching the surface. I’m not just arbitrarily down there, however, I’m starting work on my seventh day hike map guide. I’ve[…]

Lower Yosemite Fall

Yosemite Falls cascades from the tall walls of Yosemite Valley in three different phases. While Upper Yosemite Fall is a tougher hike and the Middle Cascades are inaccessible, the dramatic and popular Lower Yosemite Fall is easily accessed through an easy, wooded path. Let’s just get this out of the way, Lower Yosemite Fall is[…]

Table Mountain

Table Mountain boasts incredible views of the Grand Tetons. It’s summit sits on the boundary of the Jedediah Smith Wilderness and Grand Teton National Park, but the trail itself comes in from the Idaho side and is entirely in the Jedediah Smith Wilderness area. Regardless, for fans of Grand Teton National Park, it’s a hike[…]

Mt. Hunt Divide

For those looking for a quieter canyon in Grand Teton National Park, the hike up Open Canyon to Mt. Hunt Divide will give solitude with fantastic vantages from the top. Fall brings with it unpredictable weather. The night before we were to hike up to Mt. Hunt Divide in Grand Teton National Park brought rain[…]