A 3-Day Trip to the Catskills
Thank you to Moosejaw for kindly sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.
A couple weeks ago my husband, Craig, and I set off to explore the great unknown, AKA the Catskills. While known to many on the East Coast, and a popular vacation spot for New Yorkers, neither us had explored the area in the summer. Since relocating to the East coast this year, the number one thing on my bucket list was to see some waterfalls. On the journey our Moosejaw Madness water bottle and my Moosejaw half zip stretch fleece were go-to pieces of gear.
We headed west to Massachusetts and when we arrived at our first destination both of us commented how it felt like we were in Oregon. Bash Bish Falls was a just a taste of what the area had in store for us. We hiked along the creek, clear enough to see the multi-colored stones on the bottom, until we arrived at a spectacular waterfall pouring nearly 60 ft down from a deep canyon above. We stayed for hours, exploring down the canyon, finding other little waterfalls, and soaking in the warm weather.
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Kat Carney is an outdoor adventure photographer. She loves surfing, climbing, canyoneering, and mountaineering, and can often be found wandering around both the east and west coasts in her built out suburban. See her adventure wedding portfolio at www.swellandstone.com.