Submitted by Sheila Balliet-Miles
Jennifer Miles and Sheila Balliet-Miles at Yosemite National Park on June 4th, 2008.
Submitted by nicholas sroka
Emmigrant Wilderness, California - fine spot for a rest.
Submitted by Anonymous
Sunrise on a foggy morning at camp in Land Between the Lakes - west Kentucky.
Submitted by Katalin Csikos
Camping in style at Volcano, Hawaii
Submitted by rick anderson
snow camping sonora pass
Submitted by Anonymous
Entry to the Vermilion Gorge in Northern Minnesota
Submitted by Susan Berkbigler
Rend Lake, Benton, IL
Submitted by Brian Bostaph
A beautiful but foggy morning at Heart Lake, Yellowstone National Park.
Submitted by Brian Bostaph
A wet morning in the Wind River Range, Wyoming.
Submitted by Kathy Baldock
Where life is best..outdoors, on dirt, in trees and with friends. Near Nevada City, California.
Submitted by KEN CHAPMAN
FISHING IN CANADA
Submitted by Abel Chavez
Benjamin Chavez, age 5, taking in the view from the summit of Half-Dome, Yosemite National Park, Sept 24, 2007. Yes, he made it to the top!
Submitted by Chris Chevalier
View from Blood Moutain, GA on the Appalachain Trail. My buddy and I completed a Ga AT through hike the week of Memorial Day 2008! I have lots of pics from the hike, but this is the best scenic view on the trail.
Submitted by G Paual
Monument Valley: 'Totem Pole' / ' Yei Bi Chei'..image shot May '08.
Submitted by Bill Butcher
Morning sunshine on Banner Peak, reflected in Thousand Island Lake, Ansel Adams Wilderness, California.
Submitted by Anonymous
Driving along the Oregon Coast, my favorite place!
Submitted by Anonymous
A family of geese along a lazy creek in Bend OR.
Submitted by Travis Bower
the napali coast trail, leaving the kalalau valley. not many people can say they did the 22 mile round trip hike in one day but i can
Submitted by Brian Bostaph
A beautiful but foggy morning at Heart Lake, Yellowstone National Park.
Submitted by Brian Bostaph
A wet morning in the Wind River Range, Wyoming.
Submitted by Chris Chevalier
View from Blood Moutain, GA on the Appalachain Trail. My buddy and I completed a Ga AT through hike the week of Memorial Day 2008! I have lots of pics from the hike, but this is the best scenic view on the trail.
Submitted by Shannon Connor
We were camping in a canyon just outside Oatman, Arizona.
Submitted by Anonymous
Mt. Rushmore on the 4th of July
Submitted by John Conroy
Sunset near Peru, Maine
Submitted by Heather Chilson
Sunset at Pickerel Lake, South Dakota
Submitted by Kevin Denson
Hiking near Elephant Tusk In Big Bend National Park
Submitted by Kevin Denson
Camping at the Dollhouse in the Maze District of Canyonlands National Park
Submitted by Dan Dreelin
A ominous photo of the Grand Tetons
Submitted by Dan Dreelin
The Tooth of Time Philmont Scout Ranch, Cimarron, NM part of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains
Submitted by Dan Dreelin
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone the light just made this Right!
Submitted by Jackie Dryden
Acadia NP, Maine
Submitted by Jackie Dryden
Morning Glory Pool in Yellowstone NP, Wyoming
Submitted by Karen Dooley
Zion National Park in Utah
Submitted by Anonymous
Gabes Mountain Trail, Great Smoky National park, June 2008
Submitted by Anonymous
I am an avid backpacker. On this hike some brave, or some may call foolish, men were jumping the falls. J Frankel jumping at Courthouse Falls, Pisgah National Forest June 2008
Submitted by Mark Dye
A consummate view of Monument Valley, Arizona.
Submitted by Katalin Csikos
Camping in style at Volcano, Hawaii
Submitted by Susan Berkbigler
Rend Lake, Benton, IL
Submitted by Anonymous
View of Mount St. Helens while camping in Gifford Pinchot National Forest in southern Washington.
Submitted by Kathy Baldock
Where life is best..outdoors, on dirt, in trees and with friends. Near Nevada City, California.
Submitted by Jenny Faulkner
Colter Bay in the Grand Tetons
Submitted by Frank Vernon
Spending the night on the summit of South Sister, Central Cascades, OR
Submitted by Anonymous
Close-up shot of the dead roots of a Sequoia tree in Sequoia National Park that had falled over 100 years ago.
Submitted by Mike Fragoza
Sunset at Yelloowstone. No filters
Submitted by Mike Fragoza
Hiking the Firehole River in Yellowstone.
Submitted by Anonymous
a hundred year old apricot farm at Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
Submitted by Randy Miles
Sheila, Greg, Jennifer and Randy Miles at Glacier Point at Yosemite National Park. Half Dome is in the background.
Submitted by Jenny Peterson
My favorite photo from Arches National Park in Utah. You have to look really close to find me!
Submitted by Jenny Peterson
Being adventurous in Arches National Park in Utah. You can see Delicate Arch in the background.
Submitted by Anonymous
Canyondlands, The Needles District. My wife, Claire, hiking the Joint Trail around Chester Park rock formation.
Submitted by Dick Powell
Yosemite Falls seen on hike from Sentinel Dome
Submitted by Kent Moore
Camping near the Hot Springs in Strawberry Park, Steamboat Spg.s Colorado
Submitted by Stacy Rothwell
Joshua Tree
Submitted by Jacob Ostman
We got to witness a gorgeous early morning sunrise hitting the Bugaboo Glacier while hiking in this amazing area of British Columbia.
Submitted by Russ Palla
C'mon daddy! Badlands National Park
Submitted by Anonymous
Fly fishing on Michigan's Two Hearted River.
Submitted by Paul Schicke
Vernal Falls Yosemite Valley
Submitted by Paul Gardner
Fishing Elwa River below Lake Mills dam, Washington State.
Submitted by Bryan Schuman
Cape Flattery, WA. The Most Northwestern point in the continental United States. This is just one of many gorgeous views.
Submitted by Russ Palla
Trail End Badlands National Park
Submitted by Robert Sides
Navajo Bridges from the Colorado River
Submitted by Paul Gardner
Below Lake Mills dam, Elwa River, Washington State
Submitted by Cory Sposi
Lost Dutchman Park, Phoenix AZ
Submitted by Cory Sposi
Kayaking N. of the Grand Canyon on the Colorado river.
Submitted by Jerry Walker
Family fishing on the Gulf of Mexico, Florida coast
Submitted by Missy Weiner
Ascending Walter's Wiggles, a killer portion of serpentine switchbacks, on the way to Angel's Landing in Zion National Park.
Submitted by Steven Thompson
On the trail to Silers Bald, Appalachian trail in N.C.
Submitted by Brad Wellington
"The Gate" to Bowl of Tears
Submitted by Katie Vernon
Escaping the July heat up on Mt. Baker, WA
Submitted by John Graham
View from trail at Redwood National Forest
Submitted by Brad Wellington
Lake Patricia/Gore Range
Submitted by Brad Wellington
Lake Patrice/Mt. of the Holy Cross
Submitted by Jennifer Huang
Desert Baby
Submitted by Anonymous
Swamp Canoe trip near Isle of Palms SC. Lots of crazy animals were seen.
Submitted by Bob Weston
Young Trekker - Neddles District _ Canyonlands NP - Utah
Submitted by Anonymous
Sunrise in Grant Teton National Park, October 2006. Beautiful way to start the day
Submitted by Janna Huhtala
Stillwater Drainage, Nye Montana - Hike to Lake Sioux Charley. May 2008
Submitted by Janna Huhtala
Stillwater Drainage, Nye Montana - hike to Lake Sioux Charley. May 2008
Submitted by Russ Huber
Zipping through the Hocking Hills, Rockbridge, OH
Submitted by Janna Huhtala
Meadow North of East Rosebud Lake, Luther, MT. July 2008
Submitted by Janna Huhtala
Me and my dog Griffin at Woodbine Falls, Stillwater Drainage near Nye Montana. May 2008
Submitted by LYnda Higgins
This is a view we saw while heading up to the mountains. The elk didn't appreciate the tourist stopping to view him. We were thinking, "You better get out of there!"
Submitted by Anonymous
Yankee Paradise on Cumberland Island on Memorial Day 2008...how patriotic!
Submitted by Anonymous
We made it to the top of Half Dome!!!
Submitted by Gene Jewell
Lamma Camping with 6 year old Parker
Submitted by Joyce Joyce Banford
Just 2 of the Loons on Holland Pond in Vermont
Submitted by Curt Knotwell
MOUNT EVANS COLORADO the alpine garden trail- best to have somebody drop you off at the top of the trail and walk down- takes about 45 minutes- if you started at the bottom and hike up it would take two hrs or more and I do not think it would be as much fun- wear a hat- sunglasses, sunscreen and have a bottle of water. You must also remember to stop and look around- but do not go off the trail- you will damage the alpine soil and plantlife. Go during the week - less crowded.
Submitted by Darin Kerr
Picture of me standing on top of the highest mountain in TX, Guadalupe Peak. The top of El Capitan appears behind me in the picture. This picture was taken May 2008 while visiting Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Submitted by Caity L
While on a backpacking trip to Grand Teton National Park, June 2008
Submitted by Randy Kurth
Hiking over Donahue Pass (12,000 feet) into Yosemite
Submitted by Anonymous
Zion National Park, Utah
Submitted by Anonymous
Taking a break after a long hike. Emerald Pools Trail, Zion National Park, Utah
Submitted by Anonymous
Navaho Loop Trail, Bryce Canyon, Utah
Submitted by Darrell Kennedy
Convict Lake, Eastern Sierra,California
Submitted by Joyce Joyce Banford
Sunrise on Holland Pond in Vermont. Just getting ready to kayak and enjoy the peace and serenity of this beautiful place and watch the Loons
Submitted by Elisa Mathews
Spending a perfect day on the water in Jackson Lake, Jackson Wyoming.
Submitted by Chris Luthi
Students from Nativity Mission Center in New York City on top of Cascade Mountain in Lake Placid, NY. Students travel from the city for camp every summer throughtout their middle school years at Nativity.
Submitted by Randy Miles
Sheila, Greg, Jennifer and Randy Miles at Glacier Point at Yosemite National Park. Half Dome is in the background.
Submitted by Greg Michaluk
grizzly den at Lookout Point, Nunavut, Canada
Submitted by Tucker Lowe
Above Ouray, Co on a jeep trail to Yankee Boy Basin
Submitted by Tucker Lowe
Twin Lakes, Colorado looking Southwest at Mt. Hope
Submitted by Jonathan Fricke
Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington
Submitted by Jonathan Fricke
Sunrise, Acadia National Park in Maine
Submitted by Tim Tuttle
We saw this little guy/gal run by our camp near Stanley Lake, Idaho. It had what looked like a small animal in its mouth and we assumed it had caught breakfast. About 30 minutes later we saw it again with another animal in its mouth and figured out is wasn't a meal but its own brood, it was moving its den from one side of the stream to the other. I staked out the log it was using to cross the stream and waited. I never got a picture with its young, I think it was smart enough to use another crossing downstream for that, but on the return trip it would cross in front of me and even posed fo
Submitted by Tim Tuttle
Teens in Boise Idaho beat the summer heat by launching from rope swing into a pond near the Boise river.
Submitted by Tim Tuttle
Sunrise viewed through Mesa Arch, Canyonlands National Park, Utah.
Submitted by Stacie Oberson
My good friend Christy took this photo of my dog (Roxy) and I relaxing after a hike into Lake Ann/Mt. Shuksan near North Cascades National Park. What a beautiful day...with great weather, great views, but most importantly great friends!
Submitted by Bill Murphy
Foresthill California campground. Bud having issues with his stove.
Submitted by Ron Morgenstern
Fishing "IN" the Shenandoah River
Submitted by Bart Johnson
Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Africa looms in the background. Camp is in the Shira Plateau.
Submitted by Mark Doiron
When my son and I arrived at Redwoods National Park, CA, all of the campsites were full. So we obtained a permit and the combo to the Tall Trees Grove access gate, and hiked through some of the tallest trees in the world to camp along this beautiful creek.
Submitted by Denis Day
Great View! Horseshoe Mesa - Grand Canyon, Arizona
Submitted by Denis Day
Waiting out the incoming tide on a bluff overlooking the Lost Coast Wilderness in northern California
Submitted by Heather Costello
Hiking in Kyle Canyon at Mt. Charleston, NV.

Submitted by Joe Vizcaino
Me and my boys enjoying the Grand Canyon

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