Abbie Mood

South Dakota, Northwest Florida, Grand Canyon National Park, Channel Islands National Park, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, San Francisco

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  1. Astrophotography in Toroweap, Arizona

    Grand Canyon National Park

    This article is the second of a two-part series of conversations with Dave Lane, an accomplished astrophotographer, on how he is able to get the breathtaking images of the Milky Way that he is so well-known for.

  2. Shooting the Stars in Utah: A Conversation with Dave Lane, Astrophotographer

    This article is the first of a two-part series of conversations with Dave Lane, an accomplished astrophotographer, on how he is able to get the breathtaking images of the Milky Way that he is so well-known for.

  3. Q&A with Dave Lane, Astrophotographer

    RootsRated talked to Dave Lane to find out a little bit more about his inspiration and what’s next for the self-proclaimed “astronut”.

  4. Palisades State Park - Climbing

    South Dakota

    Palisades State Park offers more than 100 routes and almost 50 boulder problems along Split Rock Creek in eastern South Dakota.

  5. Northern Hills - ATV

    South Dakota

    The Northern Hills of the Black Hills National Forest is located in Spearfish, South Dakota. From here, you can access the more than 600 miles of ATV trails within the forest.

  6. Panama City Beach - Fishing

    Northwest Florida

    Panama City Beach is a popular fishing location along the Gulf of Mexico. There is great deep sea fishing, but also good fishing right off the piers or the beach.

  7. Okaloosa Island Pier - Fishing

    Northwest Florida

    Okaloosa Island Pier is a great place to catch a variety of saltwater fish. It's also part of Florida's Emerald Coast, so the landscape isn't too bad, either.

  8. Perdido Key - Fishing

    Northwest Florida

    The fishing in and around Perdido Key is some of the best along the Gulf Coast, whether you charter a boat or cast a line from the beach or the pier.

  9. Bayou Texar - Coastal Paddling

    Northwest Florida

    Pensacola has a variety of locations that are popular for kayaking, including Bayou Texar, an estuary in East Pensacola.

  10. Deadman's Island - Coastal Paddling

    Northwest Florida

    Deadman's Island in Gulf Breeze is only accessible by boat, and is a fun place to spend a day exploring.

  11. Destin - Fishing

    Northwest Florida

    Destin is a great place along the Gulf of Mexico for chartering a boat, fishing from a pier, or casting right off the beach!

  12. Navarre - Hiking

    Northwest Florida

    Navarre Beach, also known as "Florida's Playground", has several trails that are great for walking or biking. This gorgeous beach is also popular for water sports and bird watching.

  13. Perdido Key Intracoastal Waterway - Coastal Paddling

    Northwest Florida

    The Intracoastal Waterway runs 16 miles between the key and the mainland. Stay close to the shore along this narrow waterway to see birds such as pelicans or herons.

  14. Big Sabine Point - Coastal Paddling

    Northwest Florida

    Big Sabine near Pensacola Beach is a scenic spot with both calm areas and waves, great for both kiteboarders and paddle boarders.

  15. Fort Pickens - Backpacking/Camping

    Northwest Florida

    Fort Pickens is a historic military fort, completed in 1834 and used until 1947. There's so much to explore in the fort, on the beach, and in the ocean, that you'll want to stay a night or two.

  16. Insider’s Guide to Dry Tortugas National Park

    This unique, isolated national park highlights the beauty of the Florida Keys and offers diving, hiking, and historic tours.

  17. Insider's Guide to Kenai Fjords National Park

    Kenai Fjords cover a spectacular land of ice, ocean, and mountain. Explore the glaciers and visit wildlife that thrives in this wild region.

  18. Insider’s Guide to Haleakalā National Park

    Explore a volcanic world of mystery and wonder in one of Hawaii's most glorious mountain regions. Catch a sunrise and see the world light up.

  19. Insider’s Guide to Great Sand Dunes National Park

    Sandy dunes tower over 700 feet in this amazing Colorado national park. And with each season, there's something new to see.

  20. Insider's Guide to Channel Islands National Park

    Channel Islands National Park

    The Channel Islands are a unique chain of islands that offer a true wilderness experience along the California coast.

  21. Insider's Guide to Gates of the Arctic National Park

    Gates of the Arctic National Park

    Deep, true, wilderness awaits in Gates of the Arctic National Park. Seldom visited, this amazing place is the most wild US National Park.

  22. Insider’s Guide to Katmai National Park

    Wilderness is in full effect in this enormous 4 million acre park. Designated following a volcanic explosion, brown bears now call it home.

  23. Insider’s Guide to North Cascades National Park

    North Cascades is a paradise of mountains, glaciers, rivers, and forests. Climbing, hiking, and backpacking this area is unforgettable.

  24. Insider’s Guide to Biscayne National Park

    Diving, snorkeling, and exploring the above-water islands make Biscayne National Park a fascinating adventure in and out of the water!

  25. Insider’s Guide to Guadalupe Mountains National Park

    These ancient mountains have a long and rich geological history and are home to the highest peak in Texas.