Crystal Cave – Sequoia National Park

Crystal Cave – Sequoia National Park

An hour and a half within the Land of Giants, rests the Crystal Cave. Open only in May through November, it’s a must-stop adventure in Sequoia National Park. Crystal cove is a tour-guided spectacle, so don’t expect to venture off on your own. From the top of the trail-head down to the mouth is approximately… READ MORE

Moro Rock – Sequoia National Park

Moro Rock – Sequoia National Park

When you think of Sequoia National Park, you probably think of the giant forest and the huge trees, but definitely do not pass up on Moro Rock! As a collective, The Wild Mile has been to Sequoia National Park a total of 5 times in the past half year. One of our favorite things to… READ MORE

3 Caves in 1 Day – Spelunking

3 Caves in 1 Day – Spelunking

Wait… Spelunking?! What’s a spelunk? Well my fellow travelers, it’s a name far too familiar for cave dwellers. It’s the exploration of natural caves! It’s not too often we get to experience something other than Southern California’s trickling waterfalls or sandy beaches. So we, The Wild Mile, unanimously decided to spelunk’! We did some research… READ MORE

Gear – Hydro Flask

Gear – Hydro Flask

We here at The Wild Mile swear by these super insulated hydro flasks, it helps keep our water icy cold for up to 24 hours. The lightweight hydro flask water bottle is great to use everyday and even on your hiking trips, and the great thing about it is that it does not sweat. We left the… READ MORE