Our Favorite Spots | Earth Day 2016

Earth Day gives us all that subtle reminder to stay outside. Below are the five spots we find ourselves always going back to.

Redwood National Park, CA
Home of the tallest trees on earth, the Redwood National Park is tough to beat. These giants, in a humble way, quickly remind you to stay grounded.

American Fork Canyon, UT
A short 15 minutes from our office door, this canyon never disappoints. If you are in Utah, don’t miss this is one. One of our favorite hikes ends at Timpanogos Cave.

Island Park, ID
The scenery here is nothing short of majestic. Add in the fact that just about every cast of your fly lands a fish, and this place will shoot straight to the top of your list as well.

Zion National Park, UT
There’s just something about the red rocks at Zion National Park and the sun beating down on you that never gets old. If you’re up for it, Angel’s Landing is one of our team's favorites.

Yosemite National Park, CA
Grab your backpack, Yosemite touts over 800 miles of trails to conquer. Recently, they opened it up to kayaking, something that is officially on our bucket list.

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