Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, just a few minutes north east of Lovell, WY gets just a tiny fraction of … Continue reading Experimenting with the GoPro at Bighorn Canyon
Arteries of America TV presents part one of its first episode: Acadia National Park. Ride along with Ashley as she … Continue reading Driving Acadia’s Park Loop Road
One of the best ways to explore Maine’s maritime history is aboard one of the schooners that used to ply these waters before steam and diesel ships took over. Continue reading Photo Essay: Maine Coast Roadtrip Pt. 3, Sailing the Wendameen
Portland, Maine is one of the most visited vacation cities in the US. Here are a some video guides to … Continue reading Video Guides to Portland, Maine
There’s a reason the winding mountain road is an iconic image in our culture. Here are five roads that will induce a white-knuckle grip on the safety handle.
Beartooth Pass – Highway 312 Red Lodge to Cooke City, Montana
Highway 312 winds 60 miles from Red Lodge to Cooke City, Montana at the edge of Yellowstone National Park. Starting at 5,555 feet, the highway claws its way up 5,000 feet in less than 19 miles, switching-back on itself dozens of times before reaching Beartooth Pass, named after a spike of rock that looks like a massive canine tooth. Most of the drive is above treeline, with great views of towering granite peaks, hundreds of alpine lakes and snow all summer long. Keep an eye out for Grizzly Bears and Bighorn Sheep. Also, don’t forget to stop at “Top of the World” a tiny convenience store near the highpoint of the pass.
While winter is still in full-force, I take a trip into the mountains of western Maine to check out Maine Huts … Continue reading Video: Skiing Maine Huts and Trails
Mount Washington looms over coastal New England. At 6,288 feet, it is visible from the Atlantic Ocean, 80 miles away. The highest windspeed ever recorded was clocked here on April 12th, 1934 at 231 mph. The “home of the worst weather on Earth” is accessible by a winding toll-road, but (for once) I decide to leave the car behind and take the historic cog railway allowing me to sit back and enjoy the ride as it claws its way straight up the mountain.