Prepare to be amazed by the beauty of our national parks and learn more about their best hikes by reading our interview with Jake Bramante, the man behind Hike734.com. For those of our readers who might not know, Jake is the first person to hike all the 734 miles of trails that Glacier National Park has to offer, and he did this in 5 months, back in 2011. While doing so, he … [Read more...] about Jake Bramante of Hike734 on Hike Maps & the Beauty of National Parks
Do you know what it feels like to trek in India? Can you imagine what it feels like to be stuck outdoors, on a mountain, in the middle of a storm? No? Then what are you waiting for, check out the extraordinary tales of these Adventure Lovers that have countless stories to share!
Our next stop on our roundup of the world's most famous outdoors bloggers is Fi Darby of TwoBlondesWalking.com. Together with her partner Lucy, aka Blonde One, they run a website dedicated to Dartmoor walking (but not only). For those of our readers who don't know, Dartmoor is a superb national park toward the southwest part of England, in Devon. Besides running their blog, … [Read more...] about Fi Darby of TwoBlondesWalking On the Enchanted Land of Dartmoor
For the first in our series of interviews with famous internet hikers and adventurers, we got to chat a bit with Rick McCharles. A passionate and accomplished hiker, Rick runs a blog where he and his team post stories of their most impressive treks. We're not going to go insist with the info since Mr. McCharles was generous enough to provide a short summary of himself and what … [Read more...] about Rick McCharles of BestHike.com Tells Us about His Next Big Adventure
Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada is one of the country's top tourist destinations. Even before History Channel’s Alone got outdoors lovers amped to visit, the West Coast Trail (WCT) was on the bucket lists of many. On my own travels, I’ve met dozens of people who’ve asked me if I’ve done it when they find out I’m from BC. I have, and it’s amazing, but Vancouver … [Read more...] about Why I Did the Cape Scott Trail Instead of the West Coast Trail