Many of you may think the notions of “backpacking” and “glamping” most certainly cannot go together, but I beg to differ. I’m coining the term “backglamping,” and while it may […]
Last minute backcountry trips can be hard to come by near the Bay Area, but Lassen Volcanic National Park backpacking is a fairly easy getaway with the perks of few tourists and hiking around a volcano.
Earlier this year, when it was finally starting to warm up outside, we deemed it appropriate time to break out the glamping gear. We wanted to refrain from being too […]
I first wrote about Hipcamp last year, when they were just getting started as a website for researching and booking camping excursions. Sort of like a fresh paint job for […]
If you’ve ever been to Washington, you’d be hard-pressed not to notice the state’s crown jewel and most omnipresent feature, Mt. Rainier. It turns out, there are some fabulous glamping opportunities there as well!
We just celebrated the summer solstice – which means it’s time for summer camping! And what better way to kick things off than to head up to wine country? Sugarloaf Ridge State Park […]
Disclaimer: this trip is really pushing the boundaries of “glamping”. It is not for the faint of heart, however the views along the way were breathtaking! With spring in full bloom […]
Whenever I am glamping there are always a few essentials that keep the trip from crossing into the “roughing it” category. Below, I’ve compiled my favorites into one handy list. Stock […]
Wine Country is clearly one of the ultimate glamping destinations so I was thrilled to discover that Boothe Napa stepped up their glamping game with new yurts. Tucked away in the opposite end […]
Us Californians are fortunate enough to even consider a backpacking weekend in the depths of winter, but we still have to battle with many of winter’s tribulations such as shorter days, […]