This last spring, Sarah Herron and I headed to the Alps – Switzerland and Italy to be specific – and we wanted to see as much as we could in 10 days road tripping through the Alps. There were a few things each of us wanted to do: Sarah wanted to see the Matterhorn and go to Lake Como, and I simply wanted to hike as much as possible and climb. What we put together was a road trip through the Alps, starting from Zurich, driving south to Lake Como and heading back north along a different route back to Zurich.
Three Epic Adventures in Portugal
Without a doubt, Portugal is becoming a world destination. The capital Lisbon is a charming city filled with quaint restaurants, cool cablecars and a booming nightlife. The small country also has an immense history and a pretty diverse climate. But beyond the obvious choice of flying in, popping a few bottles of wine and watching the big Atlantic Ocean waves crash into the majestic cliffs, Portugal also has a booming adventure industry.
The importance of shooting for yourself while traveling
Last winter I went on a journey that’s been on my list of to-dos for some time. I convinced Sarah Herron into joining me, despite her fears (the original plan was to sail from Panama to Columbia). This was going to be our first trip since we officially starting dating that didn’t involve some sort of sponsored aspect. I wanted to explore, just the two of us, with zero expectations from anyone, especially us! And just enjoy travel photography and the simple art of exploring!
Monkeys, motorbikes and color: Hampi, India
I didn’t know what to expect from Hampi. Well, to be more specific, Hampi and the surrounding area. Known as one of the best and most unique ruin and temple destinations in India, it certainly didn’t disappoint. Besides the Rome-esque feel to the many sights, such as Vitthala Temple and Virupashka Temple, these ruins are situated among some of the oldest rocks on earth.
Powder and Sunshine in Avoriaz, France
I do not know how for how long the snow fell, but by the time I hit the slopes the accumulative snowpack was reported at two meters. I’ve skied Utah, and this snow rivaled the “best snow on earth!” It was “blower”, “over the head”, “deepest day of the year”, etc. etc.