Browsing Category:

Blog

Blog

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park

Colorful rocks and landscapes, deep canyons, and rock art – a magical wilderness in the heart of Utah. This is what Canyonlands – Utah’s largest national park – is known for. The approx. 502 square mile adventure playground outside of Moab is not only a draw for nature and sport lovers, but also for those…Read More

St. George – Utah

St. George – Utah

Adventures in southern Utah start in St. George. The lively small town just 90 minutes north of Las Vegas, Nevada, has been nicknamed “Utah´s Dixie”, due to its climate. However, it feels a million miles away. The fantastic location and pleasant climate, the proximity to some of the most beautiful National Parks the US has…Read More

Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center

Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center

Watch out! Here you have good chance to smooch a wolf! This is truly an experience of a very special kind – playing with wolves, kissing, cuddling and hugging, and if you want to, even “dancing with wolves” like Kevin Costner! Not possible? Well, it is, in the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center. Darlene Kobobel…Read More

Hollywood in the Wild West

Hollywood in the Wild West

Travelling in the footsteps of movie heroes No area shapes our image of the USA as much as the American West. Bizarre rock formations, ancient Indian paths, arid desert landscapes, deep canyons, mysterious gorges and caves, high cliffs, wide rivers, waterfalls, breathtaking flora and fauna, wildlife, blue skies and fascinating play of colors of Mother…Read More

Natural Beauty  – Gorgeous landscapes

Natural Beauty – Gorgeous landscapes

Antelope Canyon – Arizona Antelope Canyon is one of the most-photographed slot canyons in the American Southwest, well known and popular due to these stunning photographs. The entrance is pretty unspectacular and just a gap in the rock, behind which you do not expect much. However, once you are inside, you realize the exceptional beauty…Read More

Native American Kunst: Keith (Winterhawk) Adams

Native American Kunst: Keith (Winterhawk) Adams

Keith (Winterhawk) Adams had already established a career as a sketch artist in the 70’s before he switched to acrylics and became a painter.  His own Blackfoot heritage makes a strong statement in his work and many of his paintings depict the spiritualism of the American Indian. The unique Keith Adams style draws the past into…Read More