Day 3: OTW to Jessie M. Honeyman

Day three felt very busy since it consisted of a lot of sightseeing during a 3.5 hour drive down to our next campsite at Jessie M. Honeyman. Before heading to the Devil's Punchbowl, we enjoyed the scenic views on the way and made some stops along the side of Highway 1. Quick stop along Highway... Continue Reading →

Franklin Falls

Length: 2.0 miles Elevation: 400 ft Not too long ago, we spent a Saturday morning hiking to Franklin Falls. Usually a 2.0 mile round trip hike, turned into a 8.0 mile round trip hike due to the road being closed. I fractured my ankle in August on a backpacking trip to Spectacle Lake (that reminds... Continue Reading →

Day 9 – 10: Havasupai

Yay! We quickly got up early in the morning at 4:30 AM to start making our trek down into the Grand Canyon towards the village of Supai! It is a eight mile hike to the village of Supai and another two miles from the village to the campgrounds - a total of 10 miles. I... Continue Reading →

Mt. Rainier Tour

My boyfriend and I celebrated our 5 year anniversary at Mt. Rainier! I bought tickets through Customized Tours that picked us up at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Seattle and drove us to and from Mt. Rainier. It was nice not having to worry about driving, especially since neither of our cars have AWD. It... Continue Reading →

Heather Lake

I've been really sluffing on blogging anything, but here was one of my recent hikes to Heather Lake with some of my friends. Pictures can't describe how beautiful this place was! So green and so peaceful (:

Lake Twentytwo Hike

The weather has been so kind to us Seattle folk! Here are some pics of my most recent hike with my friends at Lake Twentytwo near Granite Falls!

Rattlesnake Ledge

My first hike ever in the great PNW! I have to say, it was pretty tiring, but it is a great hike for first-timers like me! Next time, wear my hiking boots -_-"

Snowshoe Experience: Mt. Baker

Last weekend, my boyfriend's snowshoeing class went to Mt. Baker and for the first time in awhile, I didn't work on a Saturday. I'm usually not a nature type of person either, but wanted to snowshoe for the first time. I got some hiking boots that were on sale for $29 and rented snowshoes for... Continue Reading →

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