Nomadic Moments Prints 4 Sale!

Exciting News! We have prints-4-sale through darkroom. Since we started NomadicMoments.com, many of you have asked where you can get prints. Today, you can get up to 21 of our favorite photos printed without a watermark in several different sizes and on several different mediums: lustre paper, canvas, and—my personal favorite—metal. These Nomadic Moments prints…

Backpacking the Skoki Loop Trail – Day 2

Having returned to our campsite from our morning day hike to Lake Merlin we went about preparing lunch and tolerating yet another meal in the mosquito-laden bog with bug nets on. You have to take the good with the bad when backpacking the Skoki Loop Trail but it is tough to eat when so many…

Hiking Lake Merlin – Backpacking the Skoki Loop

Our second day on the Skoki Loop started at the Merlin Meadows campground, 10.5-miles deep into the Canadian Rocky Mountains. If you missed our 1st day’s adventure on the Skoki trail click here to catch up. Our second day’s itinerary wasn’t as challenging as the first but with nine total miles of ground to cover it wasn’t…

Skoki Loop via Packer Pass – Day 1

The night before our journey, Jennifer and I stayed at the Lake Louise campground. This way we could arrive at the Fish Creek parking lot early the next morning to start our backpacking journey of the Skoki Loop via Packer Pass. The first day is our longest and most challenging day with 10.5 miles ahead…

Skoki Loop Guide – Banff National Park

Any trip into the Canadian Rockies is going to be full of wild animals, rugged terrain, and surreal mountain beauty. Glaciers are still abundant here. There are places that if it were not for the nearly 90-year-old well-beaten pathways cutting through the terrain, they would feel extremely remote, as if no one else had ever…

Cumberland Island Guide – Georgia’s National Seashore

Have you read about the Top 10 reasons for visiting Cumberland Island? Now let’s look at the logistics! The process of visiting the island can be a bit difficult. Ferry tickets and camping permits need to be acquired separately months in advance. On the day of your journey, you must check in and collect your…

Visiting Cumberland Island – Top 10

There is no other place in the United States quite like Cumberland Island National Seashore. The island has been the home of the Timucuan Indians, Spanish Missionaries, the British Military, Revolutionary war heroes, and American industrialists. The National Parks Service is tasked with preserving human history while simultaneously letting the majority of the island revert…

Hiking Paintbrush Divide – TCT Day 4

Our fourth day on the Teton Crest Trail was another epically long day due to poor planning on my part. It would be an 11-mile journey with 2,925’ of seemingly unrelenting elevation gain while hiking Paintbrush Divide. While our second day of backpacking the Teton Crest Trail was technically our longest, today would be the…

Exploring the Teton Crest Trail – Day 3

Our third morning on the Teton Crest Trail in Wyoming started with the sunrise at our campsite on Sunset Lake. We weren’t in a huge hurry and took our time striking our campsite. This day was scheduled to be one of our easiest days with about 4 miles total on the TCT with an added…

Backpacking the Teton Crest Trail – Day 2

Our Second Day of Backpacking the Teton Crest Trail started early and was long. We traveled over 13 miles by our GPS tracker’s data. The journey started at our campsite at Moose Creek (which is where our first day had ended) and took us into the National Park, by Marion Lake, over Fox Pass, Mt….