6 Popular Hiking Trails in Alaska

6 Popular Hiking Trails in Alaska

If you’re looking for a challenging hike with amazing views, Alaska is the place to be. There are plenty of hiking trails in Alaska to choose from, but we’ve narrowed it down to six of the most popular ones. Chilkoot Trail The Chilkoot Trail is one of the most popular hiking trails … Read more

Key reasons why your smartphone can come in handy while camping

Key reasons why your smartphone can come in handy while camping

For many people who embark on the odd camping adventure, it provides them with an opportunity to escape from the trials and tribulations of regular life, and they can put away any form of technology and immerse themselves in a tranquil setting. Although the food and drink options might be limited, it’s … Read more

6 Ways To Prepare For A Long Bus Trip

Portrait of smiling man using laptop computer in bus travel

When you’re traveling, there are many different ways to get around. You can fly, take a train, or drive your car. But sometimes, the best way to travel is by bus. A bus can take you anywhere, and they’re often cheaper than other forms of transportation. However, taking a bus for a … Read more

Is It Worth Buying Fishing Tackle Wholesale?

We all love to save money wherever we can. After all, fishing can be a really costly hobby. The price of consumables exclusively specified as hooks, line, and still bait can be pretty high up (which is how many people make home-baked bait or grow their own angleworms). And if you are … Read more

Top Features to Check in an Aspen Hotel

Top Features to Check in an Aspen Hotel

Thanks to ‘revenge travel,’ hotels are experiencing high demand year-round. Aspen is no different, with average visitors staying about 9.2 nights per visit. The ski haven saw a drop of 20% in the number of visitors due to COVID restrictions and is now recovering from the slump. Aspen offers a range of activities from … Read more

How Many Mountain Tapir Are There?

two mountain tapirs 

The mountain tapir, or Tapirus pinchaque in scientific name, is among the world’s smallest and most primitive mammals. They live in the temperate-zone forests and grasslands in Colombia, Ecuador, and Northern Peru. They are usually found in high-altitudes, approximately 15,000 feet or 4,600 meters high. Mountain tapirs are also called “woolly tapirs” … Read more