The Outbound Collective is a community of adventures from all over the World, sharing their stories and spreading the excitement of the outdoors through a website with beautiful photography. There are so many cool features about this website, for example, you can find an adventure close to you, make a wish list of outdoor activities, follow your favorite explorer, create your own profile and upload your own adventures.
Another weekend escape, this time camping at Carpinteria State Beach. Few miles south Santa Barbara, 5 miles north Rincón point.
Arriving at 2am let us no choice but camp at any available campsite, we found this perfect place right at the beach and wonder why there were nobody already there… There has to be a catch.
This is a very emotional post for me. Every time I talk about my time volunteering in Nicaragua at Project Woo – Surfers as Catalysts for Change, my heart fills with joy, gratitude and love. It was the most intense 6 months of my life.
Weekend adventure with good friends at Leo Carrillo State Park in Malibu – California.
Want to learn survival skills in Alaska? Or rock climbing in Arizona? Or maybe you want to become an outdoor instructor. NOLS – National Outdoor Leadership School offers different programs for all ages and skills.
Bay of Fires Lodge Walk is one of the most sustainable lodges in the world. Located in remote Tasmania, Australia this award wining hotel check all the boxes for a positive relationship with its environment. First of all, you can only get there on foot, the walk is 12 miles for 2 days.
Hipcamp is a website where you find information about campsites and land shares across America. Some of them you can book online, others are first come first serve. I’m totally addicted to this website and use it almost every weekend.