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Glacier National Park, Montana

Glacier National Park, Montana

So beautiful. I love the east and all but man, out west is something else. I hope to move out there someday.

Go there

Get out of my head!!! I tell -literally- everyone I know in MD this. The beauty of the West is just beyond that of the east coast. My Facebook cover is of GNP and captioned ‘I don’t know when, but I’m pretty sure I’m destined for West Coast living (Idaho?).

one of the greatest hikes ever. My calves are still complaining about the downhill portion though!

Annapurna Circuit

Annapurna Circuit

Mindblowing.

Incredible. Did you take this shot yourself?

Wow where is that on the circuit? Did it in October and don't remember this place.

Olympic National Park, WA

Olympic National Park, WA

Haha...those shelters saved me and my friends during a hike to the glacier. What was supposed to be a leisurely four day trek turned into two because right when we got to the top the rains unloaded on us. Hard. Rained all night. We decided to pack up and hike all the way back to the car. It took us about 14 hours because the rain and mud was so bad. These shelters were a beacon of temporary sanity before trudging out into the rain again. We ended up sleeping in some apartment above some dude’s airplane hanger in Forks that night. Still, we all agreed that hike was amazing and the glacier was unbelievably gorgeous!

I can imagine they’ve saved lives. Did you build a fire or use your stoves to dry your gear?

You nailed it!

HOH Rainforest?

Tunnel Road, Yosemite National Park, California, USA

Tunnel Road, Yosemite National Park, California, USA

Its called Tunnel View. There is no such thing as Tunnel Road in Yosemite.

Tunnel View sorry my apologies. This was taken off of a road

The trail is called Tunnel Road? Or is this literally from a road?

so no hiking involved?

Highland Cows on the path to Beinn A'chochuill in Scotland

Highland Cows on the path to Beinn A'chochuill in Scotland

/sub/outdoorscotland

Do you know of a subreddit for hiking/camping in Scotland?

Is that the high road or the low road?

Do they horn you or they casually mooo to you?

Mount Mitchell Summit Trail on a misty afternoon

Mount Mitchell Summit Trail on a misty afternoon

New lock screen, thanks!

It was actually my first time there (grew up in the northeast). It was so foggy that I had no idea what anything looked like until about 5pm. But once it cleared... man what an amazing area. I used to be a loyal new englander but i honestly think I could live out my golden years at the base of the southern six pack

Black mountain crest trail is one of my favorite eastern trails.

The s7 actually has a pretty good camera and was exceptional with the saturation :D

Hiking devils bridge in Sedona for our honeymoon!

Hiking devils bridge in Sedona for our honeymoon!

Very cool photo.

And congratulations!

The giant line of people is probably slightly out of frame in this photo...

Congrats. Not a soul in sight.

Yep, stranger. He didn’t want any part of going out onto the bridge himself but he offered to take the pic for us and did the same for at least the next 3-4 people who went out. Seemed to be having the time of his life snapping photos for people.

Edit: I’m the husband. That’s my sexy-ass wife right there

Had a breakup decided to go on a hike to Honeyville Utah

Had a breakup decided to go on a hike to Honeyville Utah

Hikes are the best thing for a break up, gets you back to basics. Keep your head up brother, no one knows their journey or where it will take them.

Damn too many people are relating. I spent two hours sitting on top of my local peak today just trying to find my peace

Right there with you, just had a painful breakup with my best friend. Need to find my way to a state park this weekend.

Good choice for the break up medicine!

Try one of these subthreads