What would keep you from going outside? We’d like to think that nothing would.
Go find the places that most people won’t. See the things that make you return. Gather your Crew and head into the wild.
Play Hard. Be Legendary. 🔹wildernessbadass.com
This was my favorite hike... we started at 6 am, I dragged my feet, and David patiently carried on. Until the very end... I ran, I raced, hurried past David and past an unsuspecting couple up the ridge, and towards sunrise at Angel's Landing. The real treat was to be there exactly at 7:39 am, sweating and experiencing hypoxia, to see the first light of the day, to see the begging chipmunks, and to be on top of the world!!! We had it all to ourselves for a good half an hour! On the way back people would ask us "how was it?", honestly, worth every sweat drop. I d do it again in a heartbeat! #mountainsarecalling#womenwhohike#nationalpark#zionnationalpark#zion#angelslanding#takemeoutside#utah#coupleswhohike
Throwing it back a couple weeks to an epic @bolt_collective trip through Utah via @venturevans. Team On Top mastered #geocaching whilst visiting @capitolreefnps, @brycecanyonnps_gov and @zionnps to the soundtrack of @bobmosesmusic.
This was an anniversary shoot in Yellowstone National Park last August - very unspooky - BUT did you know that quite a few fatalities happen there every year? In my opinion, the very worst way to die in the park is falling into a hot spring (there's one right behind them in this picture!). If you fall into the boiling water and can't get out, by the time they scoop out your remains you'll just be bits of bone and fabric. This spooky fact is brought to you by all the time I've spent reading through "Deaths in Yellowstone" - a book in all the giftshops that my dad didn't want to buy.