Heaven on Earth
Sep19

Heaven on Earth

Salar de Uyuni In southwestern Bolivia lies the biggest salt flat in the world, 10,000 square kilometers. Its certainly easy to get disoriented here with the flats of white salt blending in with the pale blue sky. During the wet season the flat turns into and enormous puddle that reflects the sky perfectly, erasing the horizon completely. This is the closest you’ll get to heaven on Earth. Locals tell the tale of a giantess named...

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Root Bridges of Meghalaya
Sep19

Root Bridges of Meghalaya

Cherrapunji, India      Deep in the rainforest of Meghalaya India, crossing the vast amount of rivers and mountain streams can be troublesome, being one of the wettest regions on the planet. Hundreds of years ago the War-Khasis took notice of a certain tree and its powerful roots named the Ficus elastica. This amazing Indian rubber tree has some of the most powerful roots in the world. Although it takes a bit more fineness and...

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South West Coastal Path
Sep17

South West Coastal Path

Not only does this trail take the title for being the longest trail in the U.K. but also one of the most challenging. It stretches 630 miles along the English Channel on the South West point of England. The trails elevation decreases to just about sea level at the river mouths and increases immediately after, so the total amount of hills you have to climb sum up to 114,931 ft (35,031) meters, thats equal to 4 times the hight of mt....

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Denver to Durango
Sep17

Denver to Durango

  Some of the best high altitude hiking can be found here with most of the trail averaging at about 10,000 ft to as high as 12,000. Full of meadows, gorges, fields of flowers, snow caped peaks, mountain streams and peaceful forest of aspen and pine. And there is no shortage of areas to explore here as this 479 mile trail passes through 8 major mountain ranges, 7 national forest and 6 wilderness areas. The northeastern half closer to...

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