Bull Head Trail Hike – Smoky Mountains National Park

Bull Head Trail is one of the few trails to Mt. LeConte. Within this video, I hike a small portion of Bull Head Trail. Due to snow and ice, the trail became hazardous and I did not summit LeConte. I hope that you enjoy this video. Please subscribe and check out my other videos from

Overnight Backcountry Camping in the Smoky Mountains at Campsite 28

We departed from Middle Prong Trail trailhead near Tremont and hiked to backcountry campsite 28. The hike up the mountain was cold but it was not snowing. We stayed overnight at campsite 28 and the temperature was approximately 5 degrees. It snowed all night and we hiked out through the snow and ice. This is

Sunset Overlooking Coral Bay

Coral Bay is located on the east end of St. John. It's my favorite part of St. John because it's like sleeping in a jungle. There are minimal lights, no large businesses and it truly has the island feel. This is where I recommend staying on St. John! Enjoy and be sure to subscribe to

Savage Gulf Backpacking – Alum Gap Campsite #3

Savage Gulf is an awesome place for backcountry camping! Within this video, we hiked to Alum Gap Campsite #3 and stayed overnight. Enjoy and share with others too! #SavageGulf

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St. John’s Best Beaches

These are St. John's best beaches! St. John is full of many wonderful beaches and all are wonderful. What makes St. John such a wonderful island is that most of the island is a National Park. St. John has not been ruined by high-rise resorts, etc. as the result of that. Trunk Bay, Cinnamon Bay,

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