Final Pacific Crest Trail book sale, 60% off!

Our annual holiday book sale is always an important (and busy) time of year for us. But this year’s sale is extra special because it’s our very last.

Pacific Crest Trail: A Journey in Photographs will soon be out of print. If you want a copy, this is your chance! You can see a preview on the book page. Buy directly from us and get 60% off with free shipping:


Best of all, we will donate all proceeds from this season’s book sales to environmental nonprofits.

Pacific Crest Trail book in tree

Our Pacific Crest Trail coffee table book makes a great gift for fellow hikers, outdoor enthusiasts, conservationists, PCT fans, and everyone in between! It’s available on Amazon:

We are also selling books with damaged dust jackets super cheap. Only $10 per copy and free shipping.

Holding our Pacific Crest Trail photography book

Creating this book was a labor of love for us. We are so happy that over 1,500 copies have found good homes, and the remaining books are soon to follow. Best wishes to all of you, and happy holidays!

50% off our PCT book, plus free shipping

We’ve started wearing our warmest jackets, and a festive spirit is in the air. That means it must be time for a holiday book sale!

Our coffee table book Pacific Crest Trail: A Journey in Photographs is a visual adventure along all 2600 miles of the PCT. Its pages will take you through the starkly beautiful deserts of southern California, the deep blue alpine lakes and snow capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and the volcanoes and lush forests of Oregon and Washington. You can learn more on our book page. This beautiful and inspiring hardback book makes a perfect gift.

Click “Buy Now” to order directly from us for 50% off, plus free shipping!

You can purchase the book from Amazon for the same price by clicking below:

Looking for an even better deal? We’re selling a limited number of books with cover damage for 80% off, plus free shipping.

If you already own the book, we hope you are thoroughly enjoying it! Please consider taking a moment to give the book a 5-star review on Amazon. We would really appreciate it. Thank you so much for supporting our work.

Here’s to a happy, healthy holiday season, and to sharing good times with people you love.

Death Valley National Park Day Hikes

Death Valley is home to incredibly varied and beautiful landscapes. In our last post we wrote about its most famous viewpoints and easily accessible spots. In this post, we share day hikes, some of which are in less-visited areas of the park.

Natural Bridge Canyon is a short hike featuring a large natural bridge. It’s an easy way to experience one of Death Valley’s many canyons, which provide endless nooks and crannies to explore.

Anna walks under the natural bridge.
Once past the bridge, the number of hikers quickly drops off, and you have the canyon almost completely to yourself. There’s a boulder to squeeze under and a small pouroff to scramble up before you reach the larger dryfall that ends the trail.

Ubehebe Crater is a volcanic spectacle half a mile wide and 700 feet deep. You can walk the rim of the crater, then follow the trail over to Little Hebe.

Ubehebe Crater
Walking around the rim of the crater
Little Hebe Crater as viewed from Ubehebe

Mosaic Canyon provides a winding tour of unusual geology. The entire trail is 4 miles, but you don’t have to hike the whole thing to enjoy plenty of beautiful rock.