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"After a full day of hiking in the rain and then followed by an epic night of thunderstorms, the sun finally woke me up as the morning light crept through the lining of my tent.
I opened the front flap to an absolutely beautiful sunrise peeking through the Redwoods. Truly, an unbelievable sight I'll never forget."
-Steve Paul @steverpaul
Tent - Coleman
Camping on Mount Whitney is not for the faint of heart, for it raises higher than any piece of land in the USA outside of Alaska.
Big Bend National Park is one of the biggest national parks, it’s even bigger than Rhode Island. Yet it’s also one of the least visited parks which means if you’re looking for solitude and incredible night skies – this is the place to be.
With restrictions to random backcountry camping only, the Ghost River Wilderness Area is an outdoor immersion through rolling tundra, boulder fields, and high alpine lakes.