Soldier’s Pass trailhead

As a finals study break, my family and I went to Soldier’s Pass trailhead in Sedona. It was about two hours away and we saw the most breathtaking views. This was definitely one of my favorite hikes in Sedona so far. It featured three major landmarks: Devil’s Kitchen Sinkhole, 7 sacred pools, and the cavesContinue reading “Soldier’s Pass trailhead”

Weekend ATL Adventures

This weekend, I had two adventures in Atlanta: one at The Victorian plant store at Ponce City Market and the other at Cascade Springs Nature Preserve. I love how unique the Victoria plant store was. I was surprised at how many desert plants they were selling. I ended up buying a small succulent. It remindedContinue reading “Weekend ATL Adventures”

Arabia Mountain

This past weekend, some friends and I went on a social-distanced hiking trip to Arabia Mountain. It is located about 30 minutes away from Emory’s campus. We heard that Arabia Mountain is famous for its sunset views and stargazing. The trail was quite short and under a mile. We were able to see a prettyContinue reading “Arabia Mountain”

Vickery Creek Falls

This summer, my friends and I have been very into outdoor activities in Georgia. We have gone to many different parks such as Piedmont and Lullwater and hiking trails such as Stone Mountain. This past weekend we went to Vickery Creek Falls which is located in Roswell, Georgia. We did some research before we arrivedContinue reading “Vickery Creek Falls”

ATL activities with social-distancing

During my summer in Atlanta, I have become very creative about different fun activities I can do with my friends while still social-distancing. Here are some of my favorites over the past month: Picnics! I have had around four picnics so far. These are super easy to do as all you need is food andContinue reading “ATL activities with social-distancing”

Junior Year Highlights

As my junior year comes to an end, I want to reflect on some of the best events that have happened. It has been a crazy and happy year and I am so grateful for everyone that was a part of it. Here are five events that truly made my year: One of the mostContinue reading “Junior Year Highlights”

Must see Destinations in Georgia

During my three years in Georgia, I have explored a bunch of places both within the city and outside of the city. My dad has taken me on a day trip to Savannah and Tybee island. In addition, I have gone on trips with my friends and Outdoor Emory to destinations such as Black RockContinue reading “Must see Destinations in Georgia”

Devil’s Bridge in Sedona

During my childhood, one of my favorite road trips within Arizona was to Sedona. It is about 2 hours away from my house and it is the perfect weekend getaway. It is known for its red rocks. Some famous attractions include Bell Rock, Devil’s Bridge, Chapel of Holy Cross, Oak Creek and GrassHopper Point. IContinue reading “Devil’s Bridge in Sedona”

Winter Break in Scottsdale, Arizona

I am very lucky that I can call Scottsdale, Arizona my hometown. It’s the place where I grew up and it holds a very special place in my heart. Each winter break, I fall in love with Scottsdale all over again. Within the past three days, I have already made the most of it andContinue reading “Winter Break in Scottsdale, Arizona”

Outdoor Emory: Tallulah Gorge State Park

Emory has an amazing outdoor club called Outdoor Emory. It is actually one of the largest clubs on campus. I have gone on several trips before such as Black Rock State park and white water rafting. This weekend, we went to Tallulah Gorge State Park which is located in north Georgia near the state lines.Continue reading “Outdoor Emory: Tallulah Gorge State Park”