Tag: Day Hike

Hiking Mirror Lake | Yosemite National Park

Hiking Mirror Lake | Yosemite National Park

Hiking Mirror Lake| Written by Brian Callender | Photography by Julie Boyd Hiking Mirror Lake: Hike Details Starting Elevation: 4,000 ft. Distance: 5.10 miles, round trip (your mileage may vary, depending on how far you go) Elevation Gain: 250 ft. Hike Type: Day-hike Difficulty Level: Easy Food Storage: The closest bear 

Hiking the Four Mile Trail | Yosemite National Park

Hiking the Four Mile Trail | Yosemite National Park

Words and Photography by Brian Callender Hiking The Four Mile Trail: Hike Details Starting Elevation: 4,017 feet Distance: 10.5 miles, round trip Elevation Gain: 3,360 Hike Type: Day-hike, out and back Difficulty Level: Strenuous Food Storage: There are no bear boxes at the trailhead, so you’ll need to store any scented 

Hiking to Colchuck Lake | Alpine Lakes Wilderness

Hiking to Colchuck Lake | Alpine Lakes Wilderness

Written by Brian Callender | Photography by Julie Boyd The Alpine Lakes Wilderness is a hiker’s paradise located in the state of Washington, about 2.5 hours east of Seattle. It is a place that has particularly hit my radar of late as I began to 

Hiking Vernal and Nevada Falls | Yosemite National Park

Hiking Vernal and Nevada Falls | Yosemite National Park

Hiking Vernal and Nevada Falls| Written by Brian Callender | Photography by Julie Boyd One of the premier hikes starting from Yosemite Valley, the hike to Vernal and Nevada Falls is a must-do when visiting the park. An incredibly popular trail thanks to its access 

Yosemite Falls Hike to the Top in Winter | Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Falls Hike to the Top in Winter | Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Falls Hike to the Top| Written by Brian Callender | Photography by Julie Boyd Yosemite is a magical place to visit anytime of year, but there’s something extra special about seeing the famous granite covered in a fresh layer of snow. Perhaps that lends