Hi! I’m Savannah. I’m 22 years old and a native of Maine; and unfortunately, an asthmatic… which isn’t ideal for all this outdoorsy, hiking stuff. But that’s what inhalers are for, right?!
Growing up in Maine, I’ve had some unbelievable opportunities to experience and to enjoy the outdoors. During my undergrad, I was a stone’s throw away from Acadia National Park — the place that inspired me to spend as much time as possible hiking and exploring the most beautiful places in our country. After graduating from college, I set out with the goal to visit all 59 of the National Parks here in the United States. A hefty goal, for sure, but one I hope to accomplish in my lifetime. I began my trek in May of 2017 on a trip to Utah with my boyfriend, Ian (see dorky photo below). He’s equally as adventurous as I am and has sworn to accompany me on these trips, so you’ll likely be seeing photos of him around.
I created National Park Passer to share my experiences, thoughts, and advice with you as I visit each of these parks. I’m not an expert traveler by any means, and I’m probably no different than any other travel-blogger out there, but perhaps the mistakes and triumphs I encounter during my journey can help inspire and guide you on your own National Park adventures!
So stay tuned for anything and everything travel-related. And as always, I’m happy to hear feedback and suggestions. Thank you for taking this journey with me!