If you didn’t know about dispersed camping, you’re absolutely missing out! Some of the best family camping in Colorado can be found at dispersed campsites around the state. These are generally found on National Forests, outside of designated campgrounds. We were lucky enough to explore many different campgrounds around Colorado last summer and created this […]
If you’ve never heard of Green Mountain Falls in Colorado, you’re not alone! Green Mountain Falls is an adorable little town in the mountains west of Colorado Springs that’s perfect for a short weekend getaway to nature. It’s just far enough from the busy city life in Colorado Springs, but still close enough to visit […]
If you’ve been considering going camping with toddlers but worried about all the logistics, here are some tips that might make it a little bit easier!
Ever thought about going Jeep Camping? Here’s our guide packed with tips and tricks on how to make your first jeep camping trip as smooth as possible!
Everything you need to know about hiking Herman Gulch trail!
Beginner tips for photographing moving water. This guide explains two different techniques for creating silky water effects in waterfalls, streams and lakes!
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park in Western Colorado has some of the most dramatic vertical cliffs in the country. It was initially established as a National Monument in 1933 and then became a National Park 66 years later, in 1999. The park stretches across an impressive 47-square-miles and offers 14 miles of scenic […]
9 of the best mountain towns in Colorado to visit during the summer.
If you’ve been wondering how to photograph the Night Sky, you have come to the right place! This post will hopefully give you a better understanding of how to take pictures of stars. We’ve been getting a ton of questions about how we take our night sky shots, or astrophotography, and requests for tips and […]
Everything you need to know about visiting Death Valley with kids. Death Valley national park is often overlooked as a place to take kids because of its name. But there are actually lots of sites you can visit and sand dunes you can hike with your kids!