I traveled to Iceland this summer with Julia and Owen to explore the island’s waterfalls, mountain peaks, black sand beaches, glaciers, hot springs, geysers, and quaint villages. I put together a short video to highlight some of my favorite moments from our Iceland Ring Road adventure. Enjoy!
I just returned from a backpacking trip to Havasupai Falls. Seeing all of the falls in person is something I’ll never forget. The views are impossible to completely capture with a camera, but I hope this short video can give you at least a small taste of what it’s like to enjoy this paradise.
I spent 10 days enjoying the beautiful country of Japan this year, and finally got around to putting together a short timelapse video of my visit. I wrote a post for my 10 day itinerary, that has gone on to be one of my most viewed posts this year. Enjoy the video!
In 2015, I walked 210 miles with 80,000ft of elevation change from Yosemite Valley to the 14,505ft summit of Mt. Whitney. It was an incredible journey through the Sierra Nevada mountains, and an adventure I’ll never forget. Here is a video I put together documenting this adventure. Make sure to hit ‘thumbs up’ and leave me a comment here or on YouTube. Happy trails everyone!
I came home from the John Muir Trail with more photos and video footage than I know what to do with. I just finished the daily trip reports for the entire John Muir Trail and have set my sights on tying to put together a proper video. Until then, here is a preview of some footage I captured on my 222 mile hike from Yosemite Valley to Whitney Portal.
I logged in to YouTube this morning to reply to a comment on one of my videos and realized that my Camino documentary has eclipsed the 100,000 view mark! It is also one of the top videos that show when searching for “Camino de Santiago”. This was quite a surprise for me given how everything started off…
In July of 2013 I took a trip to Peru to walk the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu and climb Huayna Picchu. Upon completing this trek I proceeded to trek the 5 day circuit around Ausangate. The journey was filled with so much incredible history and culture. I dearly miss the Quechua food and people. This video documents the journey.