Camping at the Edge of the World

There is nothing like making it up the last 100 feet to enjoy the view. Even more special is spending the night and waking up for the magical golden hour. Trovers have pitched tents on cliffs, mountains and in the rain forests. Discover how you could spend a night at the edge of the world.

Queen Charlotte Bay, New Zealand

This shot is one of my favorites from the Queen Charlotte Track in New Zealand's Marlborough Sounds. The walk covers 71km along Queen Charlotte and Kenepuru Sounds. This was the first lookout on the track after leaving Ship Cove, and while it wasn't the hardest to reach, it was certainly one that stuck in my mind because it was the first aerial view I got of the spectacular landscape I was hiking through!

This shot is one of my favorites from the Queen Charlotte Track in New Zealand’s Marlborough Sounds. The walk covers 71km along Queen Charlotte and Kenepuru Sounds. This was the first lookout on the track after leaving Ship Cove, and while it wasn’t the hardest to reach, it was certainly one that stuck in my mind because it was the first aerial view I got of the spectacular landscape I was hiking through!

Tahquamenon Falls, Luce County, Michigan

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Siskiyou, California: Mt. Shasta and the Pacific Crest Trail

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Mt. Pulag Philippines: One of the highest mountains in the Philippines

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Annapurna Base Camp: Camping on the roof of the world

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