Articles Tagged ‘hiking’

Keeping it Legal: Common Travel Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Keeping it Legal: Common Travel Mistakes and How to Avoid Them June 18, 2009 | Gear Guide | Read More
“Illegal” and “travel gear” aren’t exactly topics that go hand in hand. Chances are, if you’re breaking the law you don’t need extra gear to do so. That two hour parking spot you’ve been in all day definitely doesn’t require a multi-tool or sweet...

A Local’s Day in Aspen: A Budget Trip That’s Rich in Experience

A Local’s Day in Aspen: A Budget Trip That’s Rich in Experience April 28, 2009 | Budget, Colorado | Read More
Aspen is awash in good energy after extending its ski season until April 26th, courtesy of an unusually late April blizzard that dropped mammoth amounts of powder on the hills. With temperatures back into the 60s and 70s, the spring skiing couldn’t have been better! One of the advantages of having...

Photo Friday: Hit the Road

Photo Friday: Hit the Road April 17, 2009 | Photo Friday | Read More
In which NileGuide destination was this photo taken? UPDATE 4/20: The photo was taken in Zion National Park, located in the southern Utah regions of Dixie and Canyon Country. A favorite spot for hiking, backpacking, canyoneering and climbing, Zion boasts some of the most spectacular trails in the National...

Hiking in Kauai: Mud, Chickens and Waterfalls

Hiking in Kauai: Mud, Chickens and Waterfalls January 19, 2009 | Active/Outdoors, Hawaii | Read More
As it turns out, Kauai was a popular destination for the NileGuide content team, as two of us ended up there over the holidays. Samya was spot on with her recommendations for dining like a local on the island. I’m a sucker for noodle soups, so Hamura’s saimin really hit the spot. The problem...