Things to Do in the Dolomites

What are the Dolomites? The dolomites are a part of the Alps mountain range, located in the northeast corner of Italy. Beginning at the Italian/Austrian border and spanning for 80km (50 miles) to the town of Bolzano, the dolomites are sometimes called the “pale mountains” due to their unique color. They are composed primarily of limestone, creating very unique and beautiful rock formations. The dolomites … Continue reading Things to Do in the Dolomites

Mount Yonah Review

Hiking: The ever so popular Yonah Mountain hike is a thigh-burning 4.4 mile round trip that is not for the out of shape or easily fatigued. The unrelenting steep and meandering hiking trail is well established and easy to follow due to consistent traffic over the years. For the most part, this hiking trail is quite steep, with a continuous incline that goes on for … Continue reading Mount Yonah Review

The 7 Wonders of Georgia

Providence Canyon Located in Stewart county, this 1,000 acre state park contains outstanding views of the multicolored walls of the “Little Grand Canyon.” Carved by erosion, this canyon shows Stewart county’s underground soil network and structure, exposing the different types and colors of clays, rocks, and sand up to a depth of 150 ft in some places. This state park offers some of the best … Continue reading The 7 Wonders of Georgia

Our Trip to Death Valley

Two best friends on a roadtrip across America. We had it all planned out, and our next big stop was Death Valley. It was the middle of July and we had been driving through the desert for hours, stopping periodically to look for snakes, scorpions, donkeys, mine shafts, anything that two teenagers would find remotely interesting. The long stretch of road that lead to this … Continue reading Our Trip to Death Valley