INTRODUCTION TO BACKPACKING DENALI NATIONAL PARK Home to North America’s tallest peak, Denali’s biggest draw for nature lovers is backpacking across a wide open, unfiltered, trail-less wilderness with jaw-dropping views around every turn. Yes, you heard us correct… TRAIL-LESS. Backpacking […]
There are many different experiences that Denali offers depending on your budget and travel style. This Denali National Park travel guide will focus on living what we consider an authentic, DIY experience. This includes information for hiking on and off-trail, camping, and points of interest along Denali Park Road.
Are you ready for an off-the-beaten-path adventure in Copper Canyon in Chihuahua, one of Mexico’s most breathtaking natural wonders? If you love nature, biodiversity, history, indigenous culture, and authentic villages, then an adventure through Mexico’s Copper Canyon in the state of Chihuahua will be an experience you will never forget. Copper Canyon is immense and absurdly beautiful! Comprised of 6 canyons in total, the area is said to be about 4 times larger, and to an extent, still undiscovered as compared to the neighboring Grand Canyon in the United States.
Can you imagine the freedom you will have after building a sleeping platform, and converting your SUV into a house on wheels?
Imagine sleeping in remote mountains, by enchanting lakes, sunny beaches, under the stars… or even surrounded by the Northern Lights! This is only a very small sample of all the places our converted camper SUV, with a DIY sleeping platform, took us during our first road trip to Alaska and Canada.
To be honest, I was intimidated by the thought of driving the Dalton Highway to the Arctic Circle even before stepping foot in Alaska.
All the information that I read beforehand gave me serious doubts about wanting to venture into the far north. As it turned out, driving the Dalton Highway was far more tame than expected.
A road trip through the stunning Kenai Peninsula of Alaska is the perfect way to experience the very best Alaska has to offer. For first time visitors, if we had to recommend one area of Alaska to focus on, the Kenai Peninsula would be it! The Kenai Peninsula, often referred to as Alaska’s playground, encompasses everything that the average person thinks of when they think of Alaska. Rugged coastline, marine and land wildlife in their natural habitat, glaciers, snow-capped mountains, and fjords are only a few of the highlights that you can expect while visiting the Kenai Peninsula region of Alaska.