In my opinion, there are a few things that I think everyone living in North America should see once in their lives; the Grand Canyon, New York City, and Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls, located between the United States and Canada, is actually made up of three separate waterfalls: the American Falls, the Bridal Veil Falls, …
White Sands National Park has easily worked its way to the top of my favorite U.S. National Park’s list, and there’s a reason why. The minute you see the cotton candy skies or sled down one of the +200ft slopes, you’ll definitely agree. BUT with everything, there are some features you should know about the park before you go.
With hundreds of hiking trails to choose from, in and around Los Angeles, you won’t have a hard time finding a trail with all of the best things; excitement, endurance, and of course, views. I asked the LA Ladies – Hiking, Fitness & Wellness group to recommend their favorite hikes in Los Angeles, ranging from the Los Angeles Classics, to Fun Trails to Hike with Friends, Booty Burners, and of course SoCal’s 6 Pack of Peaks taking you to the highest six peaks in Southern California, challenging the most adventurous hikers build their endurance in preparation to summit California’s highest peak Mount Whitney.
Relax and unplug in some of the most picturesque rentals in New England. I’ve been peeping through Instagram and Airbnb to find the coziest spots for your next New England adventure. So grab your bonfire pals and your comfiest pair of sweatpants, and prepare to escape into your personal outdoor fantasy.