My 2019 national parks roadtrip was to none other than Yosemite! I had the most terrifying (and rewarding) hiking experience of my life at Half Dome (17.2 miles and 5,000 feet elevation change in ONE day). WOW. I also visited Kings Canyon and Sequoia national parks. Then I spent a few days in San Francisco and had some amazing food and saw some great street art. The Presidio area is lovely and the Alcatraz tour is a must-do!
I just got back from Iceland and I am IN LOVE. I was fortunate enough to catch the magical northern lights on my 2nd night there. I also went glacier trekking, one of the most unique hiking experiences of my life! Because there are still winter conditions at this time of year, I was only able to see the southern half of the island. I’ll definitely have to go back to see the rest!
Last month, I spent 2 weeks in Morocco and I barely have the words to describe how amazing it was. Magical. Surreal. Sensory overload. Culture shock. Camels!
This year’s national parks roadtrip was around Washington state. There is something so magical about the PNW and I always find myself coming back. I hiked with deer on Hurricane Hill, camped in the HOH Rainforest, collected stones in Ruby Beach and breathed in the mountain air of Mt. Rainier.
2 weeks ago I visited Oregon for the first time. After seeing the sun set on Cannon Beach, how can any other coast ever compare? I’m ruined for life.
18 states. 20 countries.
Everyone who knows me is well aware of my passion for travel. Here are just a few of my favorite photos I’ve taken on past trips.