Trail Talk Blog
I was pretty sure that I was being lied to. For reasons unknown, all the scientists, teachers, authors and natural history museums of the world had c... Read more
On June 24, 2016, New York City’s Stonewall National Monument was designated as the 412th unit of the National Park System. The site of the 1969 riot... Read more
The cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde National Park boggle the mind and stoke the imagination. Built from wooden beams, mortar, and the sandstone of the cliffs themselves, these structures were home to the Ancestral Pueblo people for more than 700 years.
One of California's best kept secrets, this national park is hidden in plain sight less than an hour from Los Angeles.
Sure, amazing views are easy to come by in our national parks. But there’s something extra special about the views that you not only have to get out of your car to enjoy, but that you have to work for.