Is Your Bucket List Holding You Back?

It's time to stop putting off the experiences you want to have in your life and start seeking you 'someday' today! Too often, our so called 'bucket lists' end up collecting dust on the fridge with too many boxes un-checked-- too many 'somedays' that never lead up to an adventure, TODAY. Well, at Frost River we've decided enough is enough-- we've got to stop waiting for tomorrow.

Our bucket list is filled with all of the National Parks in the United States with the goal of seeing our Frost River gear adventuring in all of them.  Keep scrolling to take a look at the parks we have crossed off of our bucket list so far.

Voyageurs National Park

One of Minnesota's Best Kept Secrets

A wonderland of water and evergreen trees where canoeists, kayakers, boaters, campers, and fishermen go to recharge and watch the northern lights is the quickest way to describe Voyageurs National Park. 

The Park is open year-round and there is no fee to enter! With three visitor centers with maps, videos, exhibits, and other information, you can learn about the geology of the region, wildlife, plants, and its rich history. 

This water-lover's paradise is ripe for anyone looking to get away from it all and experience the pure joy of what it feels like to have been one of the first inhabitants in this region, nearly 10,000 years ago! The nomadic people who lived here during the Paleo-Indian Period roamed the waters and land, following the animals they hunted and wild rice seasons. Click Below to continue reading our top five things to experience in Voyageurs National Park.

Rocky Mountain National Park

Bag a Fourteener in this Colorado National Park

Whether you're looking for a weekend of great hiking, a family trip with memories to last a lifetime, or a pleasure cruise through a magical world of elk, bighorn sheep, black bear, moose, mountain lions, and more—Rocky Mountain National Park is for you. 

This 415 square mile, complete with over 300 miles of hiking trails, is a gem within our National Parks system. Chock full of ways to get your adventure on, you will need to do some planning ahead of time as this is one of the National Parks that has implemented a timed entry permit system. Get all of the information you need for a smooth adventure in the rock mountains by clicking below.

Arches National Park

Utah's Desert Destinations

A destination where every turn brings an eye-catching geological feature. Located right outside of Moab, Utah, this National Park is one of the United States' most popular parks and it is no question why. 

Join us as we dive into the geology of the desert and take a trip to Arches National Park's most photographed feature, the Delicate Arch. We recommend plenty of sunscreen and water for this hike though southern Utah.

Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii's National Park Paradise

Alongside the fabulous beaches and resorts, Hawaii is also home to Volcanoes National Park! Rising nearly 14,000 feet above sea level, the two most active volcanoes in the world reside here. Kīlauea and Mauna Loa are sights to behold and are designated International Biosphere Reserve and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 

If you are traveling to any of the islands that make up The Aloha State, there are some things you absolutely must do! One of these is to visit the breathtaking Volcanoes National Park! We have put together a list of five of the best things to do in this outstanding park!

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