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Photography Spotlight: Top 5 Photos of April 2022

The best photos from the past month of blog posts!

Fascinating stains on the rocks surrounding Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming

Yellowstone National Park, WY - Photo Credit: Abby Voce


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While we're certainly proud of our written content here, (and our videos on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok!), we're equally proud of the INCREDIBLE work our photographers put in to give you amazing views of some of the most beautiful areas of the country. To that effect, here's our latest edition of Photography Spotlight - the best photos from the past month of Pathloom blogs! Click here to check out our greatest hits from March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February, and March!


A man climbs up a sheer rock face in Bishop, California, high above a lush forest below that waits to swallow him up

Rock Climbing in Bishop, CA - Photo Credit: Yuta Shiraki

(published 4/4/2022)

"As the snow begins to thaw, temperatures rise, and Spring begins to bloom across the country, many prospective rock climbers are turning their attention to the mountains in anticipation of a summer full of action. But imagine getting to the base of a cliff, ready to get climbing, and realizing that you don’t have all the necessary tools to make the ascent - how frustrating!"


A snowboarder looks on as clouds gather and threaten to blot out the sun with grey skies at Whistler Blackcomb resort in British Columbia, Canada.

Whistler Blackcomb: Whistler, British Columbia, Canada - Photo Credit: Paul Engel

(published 4/11/2022)

"As we near the end of yet another incredible skiing and snowboarding season, we wanted to take a minute to celebrate with some of our favorite photos from this year on the slopes. We asked the Pathloom community to send in their best shots, and we were blown away with what we received! We'd like to thank everyone who submitted photos over the past month or so, looks like you all had a great time up in the mountains!"


Grand Teton looking quite mysterious, mountains shrouded in fog with impossibly green pine trees in the foreground

Grand Teton National Park, WY - Photo Credit: Scott Carnahan

(published 4/18/2022)

"As part of an initiative to maintain the unique and often delicate ecosystems found within National Parks across the country, rangers are implementing prescribed burns in various locations throughout the country. These controlled fires have long been proven to be an effective method of reducing the risk of wildfire destruction, reducing invasive plant species, and creating enriched soil to stimulate the germination of native seeds. There is evidence of indiginous peoples utilizing ‘fire as medicine’ in such a manner dating back thousands of years."


A flash rainstorm sweeps across the Valley of Fire in Mesquite, Nevada, enabling a Prickly Pear cactus to sprout beautiful pinkish purple flowers

Valley of Fire: Mesquite, NV - Photo Credit: Bryan Donoghue

(published 4/25/2022)

"The drive out of Vegas slowly turned from noisy traffic and flashing lights to incredible scenery. The hour-long drive to the northeast slowly brings you back out into the desert, where you are greeted with bright red sandstone hills and cliffs everywhere you look."


The Colorado River's impossible hairpin turn around a red rock structure makes up Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona

Horseshoe Bend: Page, AZ - Photo Credit: Abby Voce

(published 4/25/2022)

"Horseshoe Bend, located just minutes from downtown Page, overlooks the Colorado River where the sandstone has been shaped into a horseshoe over time due to erosion. The entrance is located between mile marker 544 and 545 on Highway 89 on the west side of the road."


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