Travel Oregon: Winter Waterfalls

22 10 2019

My latest for Travel Oregon dives into a topic I adore – waterfalls in winter! Click here to read the story.





Afternoon Live: Wildflower Hikes!

29 05 2019

Yesterday I stopped by Afternoon Live to share my favorite wildflower hikes you can take now, and in the coming weeks. Click here to watch the segment.

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Northwest Travel & Life Magazine: Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail

11 05 2019

The current issue of Northwest Travel & Life Magazine has a feature I wrote about waterfall hunting on the Olympic Peninsula – one of the most beautiful places in the Northwest! Pick it up on newsstands now, or click here to check out the PDF version.

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British Columbia Magazine: The Rockwall Trail

16 03 2019

Last summer I took a bucket-list backpacking trip along Kootenay National Park’s legendary Rockwall. I was lucky enough to get to detail that experience in my first story for British Columbia Magazine. A cover story at that! It’s on newsstands now or you can check out the PDF version by clicking here

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AAA Journey Magazine

14 09 2018

My first story for AAA Journey Magazine details my favorite fall hikes on the Oregon Coast. Click here to read it.

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Backroad Planet: Explore the Geological and Cultural Diversity of Southeast Arizona

11 08 2018

My latest for Backroad Planet details one of my favorite little corners of the American West. Click here to check it out!

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Northwest Travel & Life Magazine: Back Country Lodging

6 08 2018

The cover story for the latest issue of Northwest Travel & Life Magazine is a piece I wrote about lodges with no roads. From the article:

In addition to unparalleled scenery, some of these lodges provide chef-driven farm to table cuisine on par with any top-tier urban restaurant, or thoughtfully detailed luxury accommodations you’d expect to find in downtown in a major city. Others specialize in being comfortably rustic, serving as the perfect home base for instant access to the remote and wild attributes of their immediate surroundings. Getting to these places requires alternative modes of transportation –  either hiking, kayaking, riding on horseback, a jet boat, raft, chartered flight, or some combination thereof. But however you access them, they are always exponentially worth the time and effort. Here are some of our favorites.”

Click here to read the PDF version.

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