Kings Canyon National Park, California. The contrast of the autumn colours and granite was stunning. I have no idea how we made our way through the winding roads along the sheer cliff face as we were so immersed by the amazing landscapes 😍
👉Life is not meant to be easy, it is full of sooo many ups and downs, but with every up and every down comes experience and growth, and that is called living, so don't just stand still because you cant see what on the other side, but just trust that what is waiting at the top and beyond is worth the climb. Trust the journey, take those steps, you will never know unless you try. 💋
Ada rencana untuk mengunjungi Red Centre di tahun depan? @LonelyPlanet telah menamai Red Centre sebagai salah satu dari 5 wilayah teratas di dunia untuk dikunjungi pada 2019! Tempat bagi #Uluru , #KataTjuta , Kings Canyon, dan MacDonnell Ranges, Red Centre adalah pengalaman pedalaman #Australia yang luar biasa.
Any plans to visit the Red Centre next year? @LonelyPlanet has named the #RedCentre as one of the top 5 regions in the world to visit in 2019! Home to Uluru, Kata Tjuta, #KingsCanyon and the MacDonnell Ranges, the Red Centre is the ultimate #Aussie#outback experience.
Deep down, we all just want to feel like a kid again. As we all get older, I think it's still important to "go play". Whether that means camping, playing a sport, throwing a frisbee, trail running or whatever is up to you. Just find a way to be wild & free for a few moments in this short life.
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My time in the Eastern Sierras was transformative to say the least. These mountains were beasts - harsh on crisp, sunny days and challenging on rainy, snowy and steep days. And, yet, spending 11 days in these mountains was truly one of the best experiences in my life. Stunningly beautiful does not describe it. The words fail. I learned that the more I learn, the less I know and that nature is healing even when and maybe especially when a person is right outside or way outside their comfort zone. Nature does not allow one to hide behind masks. It’s not possible. Emotions seep at the cracks and sometimes come pouring out. Communication is key and life or death sometimes and setting aside the ego, listening to those who have more experience and showing up with the strengths you have is sometimes the best you can do. I have so much to learn as a guide and I’m inspired to keep climbing, trekking and leading groups - continuing to learn (and unlearn) and grow along the way. #choosemountains