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"I always spend a few hours (or days) scoping out potential campsites on Google Earth before hitting the road. I'm a major sucker for trailblazing and sharing something fresher than recycled vistas.
This spot in the shadow of snowy Mt. Whitney did not disappoint. Although it would be difficult to get a bad site in Alabama Hills - a rock climber's utopia - we lucked out and it was empty when we arrived because it's off the beaten path."
-Jennifer Franklin @jadedjennifer
Tent - Big Agnes Seedhouse2
Camera - Canon 7D
Bridger-Teton National Forest is a great option for free camping with sought-after skies.
Greens, blues, and clear night skies – this is what night camping looks like on Uttakleiv Beach in Vestvågøy, Norway.
Having the confidence in your 4WD travel-rig goes a long way in finding the most remote backcountry campspots in Death Valley.