What used to be a “locals only” spot has been found and gets quite busy. Mill Creek Falls also known as Left Hand is a short and scenic hike to a small waterfall.
Welcome to Yellowstone National Park ~ America’s First National Park. A beautiful and scenic location with one downside…it’s situated above a supervolcano. What’s the worst that could happen?
The Caves trail is a fun yet steep hike near South Crested Butte (or if a local CB South). The caves, tunnel and other arches are fun to find and the scenery of the Cement Creek Valley is beautiful.
Zapata Falls is a nearly 30 foot waterfall hidden in a rocky wet crevasse in south central Colorado. Bring your water shoes and prepare to get wet. You will walk through some water and as you get closer to the
The UFO Watchtower is a alien hotspot in Hooper, Colorado. Not only can you learn more about aliens or perhaps see one, but a few miles away are Colorado alligators. Also, less than an hour away is the stunning Great
The Bandera Volcano erupted 10,000 years ago leaving a large 800 foot deep crater and a short hike will take you inside a 31℉ ice cave! A unique attraction in New Mexico!
Bishop Castle in Rye, Colorado was built by a single man in a span of over 50 years. When you think of castles, you probably think of Ireland or Scotland but if you are near Rye, Colorado, go see this
Northwestern New Mexico has some incredible sights but the most unique has got to be the Bisti Badlands / De-Na-Zin Wilderness. You will feel like you’re on another planet. Get ready to see some strange rock formations!
West Fork Oak Creek Trail is in the stunning area of Sedona. It’s a beautiful hike that likely gets better in the fall. The hike follows the creek for miles and is surrounded by towering mountains, trees and rocks all
We’d seen pictures of this very cool looking cave with it own window located near Sedona. We did some research, got direction and off we went for another adventure. The cave is known as Robber’s Roost Hideout / Shaman’s Cave