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"After dropping our dog off at grandma's house, my wife and I set out for a night out deep in the North Cascade National Park backcountry. After some bushwacking and 7,000 feet of elevation gain, we finally arrived at this spot at the base of the Colonial Glacier.

We set up camp, ate some food, and then relaxed in the tent while listening to the sounds of glaciers calving into the lake below.

Couldn't have asked for a better date night."

-Sammy Davis @sam__davis

 
 
Gear List:

Tent - MSR Hubba Hubba NX

Camera - Sony A7

Lens - Zeiss 16-35 F/4

Camping on the Kern River

The Kern River flows through the Sierra Nevada mountains and affords a wealth of camping opportunities ranging from developed campgrounds to backcountry dispersed camp spots.

Trail Canyon

Having the confidence in your 4WD travel-rig goes a long way in finding the most remote backcountry campspots in Death Valley.

Holcomb Valley

Looks like a fun time at the Holcomb Valley campground in southern California.