Photography Spotlight: Top 5 Photos of March 2022
The best photos from the past month of blog posts!
Sunset over Gazos State Beach: Pescadero, CA - Photo Credit: Bryan Donoghue
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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, and February!
Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort: British Columbia, Canada - Photo Credit: Paul Engel
"After accommodations and gear, lift tickets tend to be the most expensive aspect of the two sports. Lift tickets typically cost over $100 per person each day, and can even exceed $200 per day for popular resorts such as Vail during the peak season. Although the passes require a hefty up-front purchase, if you plan on going skiing frequently the pass pays for itself in about 10 days. After deciding where you want to ski, and how often you want to ski, purchasing one of the four season tickets below is the best way to make your upcoming season affordable as well as enjoyable! Most of these passes go on sale annually in the Spring, and are only available until the very beginning of that year’s skiing/snowboarding season."
A Hungry Grey Jay at Kachina Peak: Taos, NM - Photo Credit: Tyler Gemmer
"Keep up to date with the individual websites for each pass in the coming weeks for deals and discounts. It is important to note that once the season begins, all passes (except the Indy Pass) will no longer be available to purchase. For each pass there are a variety of Military, College, Youth, and Senior discounts available as well. Check each website for details on blackout date restrictions for each pass - those could severely impact your travel plans. Passes usually include discounts for buddy lift tickets, food, drink, lodging, rentals, ski lessons and lift tickets at other destinations."
Canyonlands National Park, UT - Photo Credit: Abby Voce
"For National Parks, I had previously purchased the ”America the Beautiful” National Parks pass which permitted me entry into Canyonlands. The pass, which is valid for a year, is well worth the $80 if you plan to travel to at least 3 parks over that span. Entry fees for National Parks can be as high as $35 each, so the pass ends up paying for itself after only a few visits. Definitely a Pathloom-recommended investment!"
Hazel Mountain Overlook: Shenandoah National Park, VA - Photo Credit: Chris Blake
"A combination of timing and COVID restrictions pushed me to explore the natural beauty within the States, rather than heading abroad to new countries to get my travel fix. We often forget how much geological diversity there is within the vast landscapes of the United States - from sand dunes to reefs, mountain ranges to islands, swamps to badlands. The ability to conquer all of these landscapes and meet people from every corner of the country was truly incredible. But rather than the accomplishment of hitting 51 National Parks in under 6 months, I am most proud of what I learned about myself along the journey."
Pinnacles National Park, CA - Photo Credit: Neil Gupta
"Soon after our arrival, one of our neighbors caught our attention and pointed out a tree in the distance, indicating the presence of a Condor’s nest - it was a first for me to see a whole nest of these majestic birds roosting. Pinnacles is one of the few places in the world where this endangered species can regularly be spotted, adding to the appeal of this Park."
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