Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland

Gros Morne is a park that Canadians are probably more familiar with than Americans, which is really too bad because it is an amazing place. Located on the western coast of Newfoundland, Gros Morne is a playground for geologists and photographers, both of which I coincidentally count myself as. Gros Morne peak is the second …

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This Week in Travel – Episode 168

This week’s guest is Spud Hilton, Travel Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: United Continental’s Miles Program to Penalize Average Fliers Skift Acquires Gadling Travel From AOL Time to smack down “carry-on” offenders Picks of the week: Jen – @veedeals Spud – #carryonshame Chris – Shavetech USB Rechargeable …

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Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park, California/Nevada

I love deserts, so it should come as no surprise that Death Valley is one of my favorite national parks in the US. I’ve visited Death Valley on two occasions: first during my 2009 road trip and second during my 2011 photo tour. Both times I found it to be a photographers paradise with plenty …

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The Many Faces of Uluru

Uluru is one of the most iconic images of Australia, which is odd because there really is no one image of Uluru. Every angle you look at it is different from the last. Every hour of the day, the color of the rock changes depending on the light. Not only does the look of it …

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This Week in Travel – Episode 167

This week’s guest is Shannon O’Donnell, National Geographic Traveler of the Year and blogger at alittleadrift.com and GrassrootsVolunteering.org Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: Putin Signs Law Forcing Bloggers/Writers To Register With Media Office Spanish island of Mallorca considers street ‘bikini ban’ Taking Photos Without Permission is Now Illegal in Hungary, Photographers Outraged Ernesto …

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Banff National Park, Alberta

Banff National Park, Alberta

Banff is probably the best known national park in Canada. Located in the Canadian Rockies, just a 90 minute drive from Calgary, it is also one of the more accessible national parks in Canada. Part of the fame of Banff comes the fact that it is also Canada’s oldest national park. Established in 1885, just …

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This Week in Travel – Episode 166

Me and my co-hosts Jen Leo and Chris Christensen are joined by this week’s guest Francis Tapon, who joined us from the nation of Niger. I came in via iPhone from the island of Bermuda. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: Monarch Airlines bans reclining seats after 90% vote to ditch them Willis Tower …

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