It's summertime, and you know what that means.... Outdoor adventures! Here are 19 incredible creators to inspire your wilderness wanderlust.
Ghida Arnaout covers her outdoor travel adventures to the less often highlighted destinations like her home country, Lebanon, and others like Georgia (the country) and Nepal.
Former professional snowboarder and adventure photographer, Tom Klocker, has an incredible eye for rays of sunlight.
Alejandro is a Spanish adventure & travel photographer whose work has been featured in the likes of National Geographic.
"Cuernos del Paine" are definitely some of the most impressive, craziest and weirdest looking mountains I´ve ever seen. They are located in the stunning Torres del Paine National Park in Chile. In the left part of the frame you can even see the rock towers which give the name to the whole National Park: "Torres del Paine"
Brie and Reuben are local to, you guessed it, Vancouver, Canada. They unveil the endless beauty and wilderness that Vancouver has to offer.
Andrea is a self-proclaimed "wandress" who is "married to the mountains"-- her mountain adventures all around the globe are enviously beautiful.
In addition to quintessential outdoor adventure themed photos, Zack captures the most cozy and quaint images of the cutest A-frame cabins.
Nicola is an Aussie travel photographer and blogger who has visited almost every corner of the world. Look to her for inspiration for planning your next trip.
Normally I find waking up for sunrise a struggle... But shout out to the roosters in the village who started crowing at 3am and didn't stop until the sun was rising... You guys totally eliminated my need for an alarm clock 🐔😂 #villagelife ••• PS. I'm super stoked to FINALLY be able share more photos, videos & stories from my time in Northern Thailand with @gadventures... In fact, I'll be releasing a sneak-peek video (which @ericedits_ has been working super hard on) tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled 🤗
Rodrigo's travels across North America demonstrate just how diverse our landscapes are.
Switzerland based photographer Nicole takes the most stunning photos of snow capped mountains, across Europe and beyond.
Federico's photos are dreamy-- the landscapes are so perfect they almost look like CGI.
Holly says it best: nature doesn't need us. We need nature.
Summer has arrived! ...or at least it felt that way today!! 😃 Have an amazing weekend friends, I'm off to the mountains! . . . #optoutside #wildernessculture #ourplanetdaily #nakedplanet #earthofficial #bestvacations #roamtheplanet #adventureculture #beautifuldestinations #travelstoke #earthfocus #bestplacestogo #discoverearth #exploretocreate #welivetoexplore #stayandwander #mountaingirls #outdoorwomen #summer #hiking #hikingadventures
Hunter's wife, Sarah, and pup, Aspen, make the perfect subjects to complement the beautiful wilderness.
Everyone has their tribe and this is mine. We know that this image has circulated the globe a few times by now; we've seen it turned into everything from memes to people's profile pics (I still don't understand that one haha) and several of you even have it hanging on your walls. Let it serve as a reminder that sometimes the best moments in life are the unplanned ones, that taking a risk is rarely a bad idea and that pride is a fools game, and has no place in however much or little you ever accomplish. So yes, packing up our car at midnight alongside my wife @sarah_michelle_lawrence and pup @aspenthemountainpup and taking off on a trip with no plan or final destination in mind only to end up in a glacier fed lake in the middle of the Canadian Rockies in a canoe that nearly tipped twice was a good idea, and one that i'm thankful we didn't say no too. Happy Earth Day friends ✌🏻
Ski mountaineer and environmental activist Caroline Gleich shares some incredible snapshots of her mountaintop adventures.
Emily's reflections on her time outdoors manifest as beautifully written captions, almost like poetic journal entries-- the gorgeous images are just a bonus!
Currently packing for the long weekend of adventure ahead! These are the moments that get me through my office job. Daydreaming of far away places with zero cell service. And wide skies. And sleeping bags. And dirt. And long talks under the stars. I can't wait to curl up in my sleeping bag, journal in hand, and watch the sunrise in beautiful places. First stop, the desert. 🌵🤘🏼⛺️
Former NatGeoTravel photographer Tyler Metcalfe recently documented his cross country bicycle adventure, which yielded some amazing images and even better stories.
I'm extremely honored to have my photos and words grace the pages of this month's issue of @adventurecycling. I have been inspired by the publication for years as its issues sat on my coffee table each month begging me to embark on my own bike adventure. To have now contributed to it is an exciting reality. In the feature, I write about the tough decision to leave my role at @natgeotravel, the agony behind my hospitalization and recovery after being struck by a car, and the many shenanigans @adamonthego and I found ourselves in during the second half of the bike journey across the country. If you're remotely interested in bike travel, check out @adventurecycling and become a member! They are an incredible resource and a great source of inspiration, and as a member, every issue can be downloaded in digital format. (As with many shots, this one didn't make the final cut, but check out the ones that did starting on page 44 of the April 2017 issue) #adventurecycling
Marisa takes the most amazing photographs of mountain sports, from mountaineering and climbing, to alpine ice skating, snowboarding, and snowshoeing.
High alpine figure skating // What will you do for passion, for the things that drive you? How much will you endure, how many times will you try and then try again? For me, there's no limit- my world is filled with infinite tries, and along the way I've seen some pretty amazing things, experienced stunning places and have a sisterhood with some truly incredible humans. // it's important to note that I don't think these things are consolation prizes. They are part of the journey, part of my story and may very well be more important than actually achieving the objective. // shot this past weekend, @laurakottlowski skates her highest lake yet at 12,375 ft. We hiked 7 miles that day, pitched camp in a snow drift above tree line, hauled ourselves and our gear over 2,000 feet up a gully. And it was perfect :) // cheers to type 2 fun!!h
While Vincent is more of a general travel creator, his outdoor adventure photos are gorgeously moody.
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