Grand Canyon National Park
Parque Nacional Torres del Paine
Salt Lake City
Pinnacles National Park
Kuala Lumpur: Back packing in South Korea
Be sure to go though Seoul and Busan.
What are your essential travel items as a backpacker?
Navigation is always important to me, I always have some sort of GPS handy. Second, first aid is really important, you never know what's going to happen. And a water bottle! Stay hydrated.
Utah: Lodging in Utah National Parks?
I think an RV would be cheaper, depending where you rent from. Hotels can be pretty pricey but I think it largely depends on the season.
Little Rock: Best hotels in Little Rock?
Where's a good, clean and safe place to stay in Little Rock? Budget isn't an issue just want a clean places that's centrally located.
Mendocino County: Camping between Interstate 5 and CA Coast
I'd look at the MacKerricher State Park area. Great coastal spot and great hikes with views.
Grand Canyon National Park: north rig or south? young couple two day tracking
My advice is to stay on the Grand Canyon South Rim. A cool and relatively hike would be the Hermit Trailhead to the springs. It's steep so be careful for that but overall a great hike.
Tokyo: A week in Tokyo at Christmas with family, what are the best things to do?
The National Museum of Nature and Science is pretty cool and engaging. If you need a great place to eat, L'Effervescence was fantastic.
United States: Roadtrip tips in the US?
Since you're driving through Montana you should really try and see Glacier National Park and in Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park is a must.
Big Sur: Top places to camp & offbeat accommodations in Central/Nor Cal?
The classic hikes are Yosemite Falls, Mist Trail, and of course Half Dome but one of my favorite hikes that usually doesn't pull in a lot of crowds is Lembert Dome and Dog Lake....
China: Best monasteries to visit in China?
Going to China for a month and want to visit some awesome monasteries. Which are your favorites and why?