ParksFolio offers a snapshot of the National Parks

Killer photos and the stories behind them find a home at ParksFolio

Our family of outdoor bloggers here at Trail Sherpa have a strong desire to explore and tell stories so it was only natural that we would create ParksFolio.

ParksFolio is a photographic journal of the National Parks, telling the story in pictures…your pictures.

Skip the backstory and go straight to ParksFolio to read amazing stories of the National Parks or submit your own.

National Parks StoriesIt all started with the Trail Sherpa National Parks Series, a little photo collection that our team pulled together to celebrate our favorite moments in the National Parks.  But that random effort quickly sparked a bigger conversation as offers came in from our blogger friends, family members, and old high school pals that had eluded us since graduation.

“Hey, I have a great shot from Yosemite!  And a cool shot of a wolf in Yellowstone too!  I’ve got tons of great shots from the National Parks that I could send you to add to the list of photos.”

And there it was…

Both Dave and I were receiving offers for photo submissions.  Clearly, we needed to find a way to give all of these amazing photos and stories of adventure a home where everyone could enjoy them.

We give you ParksFolio

So without any further rambling, we give you ParksFolio.  What better way to celebrate the National Park Service’s 97th birthday than with the very stories that have been made possible as a result!

Read the stories.  Submit your own photo and story.  Join the conversation by commenting on any story that moves you.  Or search the stories to find inspiration for your next trip.

National Parks Stories

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I'm the founder of Vestor Logic, the digital strategy and web design firm that created Trail Sherpa, ParksFolio, and Modern Steader. I'm a day hiker, top chef in camp, doting husband, and father to two headlamp wearing boys. My work in digital media brings those experiences to life.