Krista Diamond

Death Valley National Park, Las Vegas , Los Angeles

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  1. Backcountry Bartender: Searching for the Best Ways to Booze on the Trail

    We set out to discover once and for all the best methods of consuming booze in the backcountry. Here are 7 things we learned.

  2. 5 Ways to Trek Through Time in Death Valley

    Death Valley National Park

    From abandoned mines to geological wonders to links to one of America's most notorious murderers, Death Valley is brimming with history.

  3. 6 Historic Hotels in the National Parks That Will Take You Back in Time

    Full of history and character, here are six pre-1930's hotels in the national parks that offer an iconic trip back in time.

  4. An Insider’s Guide to the Las Vegas Outdoor Scene

    Las Vegas

    Most people don’t associate world-class outdoor recreation with Sin City, but it actually has a ton to do. Here’s a guide to the best outdoor experiences near Las Vegas…no guest list required.

  5. Is Inyo County the Greatest Place in California for Adventure?

    Los Angeles

    Home to the highest point in the contiguous United States, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, and the oldest living tree in the world, Inyo County is a land of extremes (and extreme adventure).

  6. 5 Fascinating Ghost Towns to Explore Near Las Vegas

    Las Vegas

    If you can appreciate the eerie allure of ghost towns, there’s no better place than the seemingly endless desert that surrounds Las Vegas.

  7. The Unofficial Guide to Red Rock Canyon

    Las Vegas

    A mere 17 miles from the famous Las Vegas Strip, Red Rock Canyon offers up a desert getaway full of trails, scenic drives, and some of the best climbing in the country. Here's your guide to exploring this must-visit outdoor playground.

  8. Everything You Need to Know About Hiking to the Tallest Point in Death Valley National Park

    Las Vegas

    If you’re ready to conquer the crown jewel of the Panamint Range and the highest point in Death Valley National Park, here’s your guide to climbing Telescope Peak.

  9. The Best Backcountry Camping Destinations in Death Valley National Park

    Death Valley National Park

    Home to 3.4 million acres and 91% designated wilderness, Death Valley National Park is an isolated land of sparkling salt flats, winding canyons, shifting sand dunes, and incredible backpacking opportunities.

  10. Why the Salton Sea Is the Most Important Lake You've Never Visited

    Los Angeles

    People talk about the shrinking shoreline and deserted ghost towns. But they don’t tell you that the Salton Sea is a beautiful and must-visit sapphire blue ocean in the heart of the desert.

  11. How to Find Desert Wildflower Super Blooms

    Whether you’re dreaming of seeing desert wildflowers in Anza Borrego, Death Valley, or some other desert region, here’s what you need to know about finding the elusive super bloom.