Wilson's Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia

Wilsons Promontory National Park Hiking Trip Photos: Telegraph Saddle, Little Waterloo Bay, Refuge Cove, & Sealer Cove

One of my favorite places of all time in Australia is Wilsons Promontory National Park. The park is located at the southern most point in Victoria and takes a bit of effort to get to, but is worth the extra effort as it is superb. Beautiful beaches, wildlife, camping, and hiking there is so much…

Can’t Miss Places on Tasmania’s Beautiful East Coast

We spent most of a day in the Bay of Fires, having a picnic, swimming, surfing, and climbing the big colorful rocks. Despite being cold, I could not resist the urge to at least play in the water a little bit. Wineglass Bay is a beautiful hike in Freycinet National Park. Go to the carpark for a short and steep walk…

California’s Redwoods: Lady Bird Johnson Grove Trail

From time to time we make the trek from Southern California to Seattle. Last summer we drove it including a pit-stop; we were going to get out and hike the Redwoods. We didn’t have a lot of time so I consulted the internet to try and find a small hike that still showcased some highlights from this beautiful area. I…

Uluru, Kata Tjuta, & Kings Canyon 3 Day Camping Adventure

While planning my trip to Uluru, I realized that it was much more economical to fly in and out of the airport the Ayers Rock Airport then the Alice Springs Aiprort. I made arrangements with my tour company to meet my tour group at the airport at Uluru. As I hauled my backpack into a trailer and sauntered onto a minibus. I…