Uma das melhores experiências da vida: assistir ao pôr do sol no #GrandCanyon !! 🌄
Você também tem algo que sonhava (ou na verdade era tão surreal que você nem chegou a pensar), e o #intercambio realizou?! Que dia e que lugar, meu amigos! Só vão!! Obrigada mãe natureza 🙏🏽🧡💛🖤
The best representation of reentering the post-PCT life.
2 4711:35 PM Jan 10, 2018
Kennedy Meadows is vortex. A place with burgers. Ice cream. Bear cans. Toilets. Paradise on the trail. Lots of people need to stop her for resupply. For the big hello.
It was a place, for me, to stare up at night and wonder: "Am I good enough?" Thanks @buzzfeed_outdoors for the hello.
8 11710:58 PM Jan 9, 2018
#VIAJAR : A melhor forma de se perder e de se encontrar ao mesmo tempo 🏜💛
When I think about the Parks, I think about every land being vastly different from one another. I started visiting Death Valley National Park in 2015 and have since returned over a dozen times. Every time I make the trip, I discover something I have yet to see and marvel at. Death Valley is the largest National Park in the lower 48 states, expanding over 3.5 million acres and two states, California and Nevada. I have hiked every trail in the Furnace Creek area, with my favorites being Golden Canyon and these views near Zabriskie Point. If you’re headed to the park, don’t miss the colorful rock in Artists Drive and hike along the salt flats at Badwater Basin, 282 feet below sea level, the lowest point in the US." 📷: @im_nicolemarie#merrelloutside#findyourparks
6 14121:14 AM Apr 16, 2017
"My first trip to Glacier National Park was on my first solo work trip to Montana in 2015. I was invited to the park spontaneously by one of the buyers at a local retailer on Friday night and before I knew it, it was Saturday morning and we were off on an adventure. Low and behold Glacier National Park is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. From the highway the mountainous range conquers the Big Sky. It isn’t until you enter the park, however, that you realize how special and magical the land is. The pictures attached are from Hidden Lake. The hike is 5.4 miles with an elevation gain of 1,325 feet. Mountain goats and marmots live amongst the trail and the blue skies continue for days. I will forever remember my first experience to Glacier National Park and continue to talk up this amazing site." 📷: @kmbreret#merrelloutside#findyourparks#nps101