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The Fjällräven Classic USA 2016

The Fjällräven Classic USA 2016

The First Annual Fjällräven Classic has officially made its way to the US and I am beyond thankful to have been invited out to be a part of this incredible event! Three glorious days and two nights under the glistening stars backpacking through the remote wilderness of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Over 100 people from all over the US came out to this event and trekked 20+ miles in the back country of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in the 71,000 acres…

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Goðafoss

Goðafoss

Goðafoss in Icelandic means the waterfall of the Gods and flows from the Skjálfandafljót river located in North Central Iceland. This waterfall has a height of 12 meters and width of 30 meters. Goðafoss is easily located just off the main ring road which gives you no excuse not to see this beautiful Icelandic waterfall! This waterfall can be seen from both sides of the bank and has a horseshoe like crescent. I visited this waterfall around mid May and…

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Catarata Llanos del Cortés

Catarata Llanos del Cortés

Llanos de Cortez is a hidden gem in the northwestern portion of Costa Rica in the Guanacaste region. This region is known for being dry and flat so finding waterfalls out in this area are a nice treat.  Llanos de Cortez is a beautiful 12m high and 15m wide waterfall that you can hear as soon as you step foot into the parking lot. Accessing this waterfall is relatively easy compared to the other waterfalls I chased throughout Costa Rica. The parking…

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Seljalandsfoss

Seljalandsfoss

By far one of my favorite waterfalls in the entire world that I had the pleasure of revisiting while in Iceland! Seljalandsfoss is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland that drops a good 60 meters (200 feet) from the rocks above! There is no hiking required and seeing this picture perfect waterfall is just a short walk from the parking lot. Seljalandsfoss is famous for featuring a cave that lets you walk behind this magnificent waterfall! DRIVING DIRECTIONS Seljalandsfoss is…

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Falling Spring Falls

Falling Spring Falls

One of the most magical waterfalls in all of Virginia! Falling Spring Falls is an astonishing 80 foot (24.4m) waterfall  and one of the most photographed and visited spots in the Allegheny Highlands. The convenience and picturesque views make it one of my favorite waterfalls in the state of Virginia. It was February when I first visited and boy did I get soaked! The water was surprisingly warm and I couldn’t help, but to walk underneath the towering 80 foot…

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