If your trip will include Camping, be sure to browse through all the Camping articles below. We at The Cheap Route have already done a lot of first hand research about Camping, we've been there done that when it comes to Camping, continue reading to gain first hand insight. Our goal is to to provide the hard to find information and photos about Camping.
Sunday, February 5, 2012
See the stars over Yosemite in this timelapse video
The National Park of Yosemite has been captivating visitors for years, it's mystique and beauty can't be properly portrayed by photos or videos. From the world famous half dome, to its amazing waterfalls, to the star filled skies, Yosemite is a must visit for any visitor to California. This is one of the best Yosemite videos I've ever seen, done in timelapse it gives you a pretty good overview of the park.
Friday, November 11, 2011
A wide view of the Kravice Waterfalls
The Kravice Waterfalls on the Trebizat River in Bosnia are some of the coolest I've been to. Tucked away in the trees just across the border from Crotia, the waterfall spans 120m (~390 feet) and falls 25m (~80 feet). The Kravice Falls area also has a little cafe, a rope swing, a picnic area, and a place to camp if you like. I had never heard of these waterfalls before arriving in Dubrovnik, I suppose Bosnia is not the most traveled of places, but these falls were well worth the visit.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
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Me struggling as I finish the hike up the Mt. Whitney snow chute
Mt. Whitney, the tallest point in the Sierra Nevadas and continental United States, is a popular climb during the California summer months. At around 21 miles round trip, climbing 6,132ft up to the peak at 14,497ft (4,418.69m), the hike is a doable in a day, but a challenge for those not in good shape (like me). As if it weren't enough of a challenge already, we attempted the summit early in the season while it still had a lot of snow cover.
Sunday, May 8, 2011
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Beaches, Streams, Sand Dunes and Forest cover Fraser Island
Fraser Island is one of the best places to visit in Australia, worth going out of your way to see. Fly into Brisbane, and head a couple hours North to Rainbow Beach, Tin Can Bay, or Hervey Bay, the 3 crossing points over to Fraser. You have several options on how to get around: you can rent your own 4X4 doing everything yourself, do a self drive tour, where you ride along in a caravan of 4X4s, but drive your own vehicle, or take one of the massive offroad buses in a group of 15-25. I made the mistake of doing the bus tour, because my license had expired, and this tour provided transport in and out of Gold Coast; I knew straight away this was a mistake.
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
One of the more exposed campsites, number 12 of 14, in the Point Reyes National Seashore, Coast Camp.
Coast Camp is one of 4 backcountry campsites in the Point Reyes National Seashore in Northern California. Like the 3 others, access is limited to hikers, bikers and horse riders, so whatever your method, you will have to haul in your own stuff, but it will be worth it because the hiking is awesome and the coast has a lot to explore.
Friday, July 2, 2010
A view of Monte Louro, Lagoa de Xalfas and the Atlantic Ocean outside of Muros, Spain
Monte Louro is a small peninsular mountain wedged between the Atlantic Ocean and a small lagoon, Lagoa Xalfas, in Galicia, Spain. The Monte Louro Nature Preserve is accessible from AC-550, just north of the town of Muros. It’s a great day trip from Santiago de Compostela, just 45 miles if you take the coastal route, or if you want to stay the night campsites are available.