Travel Websites and Blogs
America's National Parks
Since 1916, the American people have entrusted the National Park Service with the care of their national parks. With the help of volunteers and park partners, we are proud to safeguard these nearly 400 places and to share their stories with more than 275 million visitors every year. But our work doesn't stop there.
Well, in the rock climbing world, the “crag” is simply another word for a climbing area. (Examples: “Which crag are you guys hitting up this weekend?” “You’ll never guess who I ran into at the crag last week…”). And hopefully the term “mama” is pretty self-explanatory…but a Cragmama is more than just a rock climbing mama!
Dave’s Travel Corner
Hi! I’m Dave, founder of Dave’s Travel Corner. We are community focusing on experiential travel; our readers are actively interested in a wide range of travel topics across a variety of budgets. I began Dave’s Travel Corner in late 1996 as a result of of a life-changing trip to Nepal in which I trekked near Everest Base Camp. I began writing a journal while I was on the trip and it was the notes from this journal that became the foundation for Dave’s Travel Corner.
Destinations Travel Magazine
Destinations Travel Magazine inspires our audience to travel. It is not just a travel magazine, it is a travelers resource. Through beautifully laid out articles and photography, the magazine stimulates our readers to want to travel. With its dynamic content, informative articles, and advice, tips, how-to information, it provides our readers the tools to turn their travel dreams into reality.
Terra Firma Adventures
With this blog, I hope to introduce you to some new and exciting places, provide you with helpful information and give you simple tips and ideas of ways to enjoy the outdoors with your self, friends or family.Terra Firma Adventures is a way for me to share my love of the outdoors with you, and hopefully inspire and motivate you to get out, enjoy nature and have an adventure of your own.
Traveldudes is a community of travelers whose aim is to assist fellow travelers on their adventures around the world and help enhance their travel experience. For Travelers, By Travelers!
Hidden Lake Lookout Steep snowfields on the trail usually require an ice axe well into July. Enjoy views encompassing southern North Cascades National Park and the Glacier Peak Wilderness. The lookout was built in 1931 and stands at an elevation of 6,850 feet. It is open to the public on a first-come-first-serve basis for overnight use. Water is available by melting snow. When snowpack is gone visitors will need to bring water.
We started this site to share our stories and advice about living in 4 countries together and traveling all over the world. We aim to provide some tricks of the travel trade often not found on mainstream sites, while also sharing in the beauty, quirkiness and frustration of being abroad for many years.