Much of #Denali National Park and Preserve's sole road is closed in winter, so vehicle access into the park is limited in winter. But numerous trails allow for short or long trips by ski, snowshoe, foot -- even by dog team. Among the 6 million acres of #Alaska wildland, visitors can find adventure, tranquility and epic views. Photo @DenaliNPS by Tim Rains, #NationalPark Service. #travel#FindYourPark#usinterior
Joshua tree has my heart, has been my favorite national park since the first time I camped out with just yesennia and I at Indian Cove and it was our first time too, 2 nights and 3 days and everything went freaking great! Last year we went venturing off for a day to do some off trailing boulder climing, same as today. Its just something about those desert vibes 🤗
And Cowys first time here! Her little ninja butt enjoyed it, aka little rock hopper 💞
It'll be cold and wet here in American Samoa due to strong winds and heavy rain.
To our avid travelers/hikers here on island please be safe and be careful if your planning to head outside the national park!
Join us Saturday, March 9th from 9am-11am for Inclusion Programming at Hemisfair with fun, inclusive activities for adults and children of all ages and abilities!
Morning activities include:
• Slime Making with Artvango Therapeutic Services, Inc.
• Working with Switches and Using Toys You Have in New Ways by Fusion Home Health, LLC: led by Director of Therapy Juan Nava and Lynda Nava
• Story Time with Bee-lingual Bees: a bilingual reading of “Benny Doesn’t Like to Be Hugged” by Zetta Elliott, the story of a little girl who uses rhyming verse to describe the unique traits of her autistic friend explaining that “true friends accept each other just the way they are”.
• “Blind Love” Yoga Class at 9:30 a.m. with Angela of Blue Cat Yoga SATX Hemisfair
• Kite Workshop with Bridge Projects, a creative platform for collaboration in San Antonio
Enjoy Hemisfair amenities, equipment and vendors dedicated to making your visit an immersive experience. Programming is free and made possible through the generosity of The Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio, The Greehey Family Foundation and individual donors through the Hemisfair Conservancy.
Register on Facebook event page at Facebook.com/Hemisfair #Hemisfair
Is it spring yet!? Even though snow stays around through much of spring at Glacier National Park, lower elevation areas are accessible as they are the first places where snow melts. It is a beautiful and peaceful time to visit!
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My hike to the arch was a thing of stubborn will. This was the morning I realized the stupid museum I went to Moab for was closed. The whole day was overcast with random spurts of flurries. 90% of the shops are closed for winter. So I spent the day being lazy, not seeing the point in doing anything.
Everyone knows you should see delicate arch at sunset. It is known. But there wasn't going to be a sunset, just a dark sky getting darker. I still decided to go cause hey! Maybe there'd be a miraculous break in the clouds. And besides, I wasted my whole day moping.
I got here with about 20 min until dark, and it was already pretty dark, but I had the entire place to myself! I think that's rare, even in winter. Maybe I didn't get the impressive colors and scene that many get, but this was still a very magical moment to me, playing around feeling the red rock under my toes.
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According to Lakota Sacred Narratives Hanwi, the moon, and Wi, the sun, used to rule night and day together until the trickster Iktomi tricked them into being separated. Ashamed, Hanwi still covers her face to hide from Wi. The closer she is to Wi, the more of her face she covers. The covering and uncovering of Hanwi’s face is the phases of the moon. #devilstower#findyourpark
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The colourful rocks of Glacier National Park make for the most photogenic foreground 🤤 Who has been here?
Photo by @itsbigben