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The 11 Most Inspiring Travel Photos This Week

United States Photo + Video + Film Galleries
by Katie Scott Aiton Apr 12, 2016

EACH WEEK WE CHOOSE OUR favorite images from readers, fans, and travelers, who tag their photos with #travelstoke and post them on our Instagram account. These pictures provide a daily dose of incentive, and challenge us to photograph the world in innovative ways.

Here are this week’s editors’ picks of people finding some serious #travelstoke.

Dallas Nagata White, Waimano Falls, Hawaii.

Flashback #AlohaFriday to the best waterfall day ever with @rockingleialoha ❤️

A photo posted by Dallas Nagata White (@dallasnagata) on

2. Kate Miles, The Blade at Cape Pillar on the Three Capes Track, Tasman National Park.

3. Christopher Erazo, Hawaii.

She was super proud she could touch the bottom 😂 #goprohawaii #goprohawaiilife #mermaid #diving #clarityonpoint

A photo posted by Christopher Erazo (@latinosensation) on

4. Misshattan, Empire State Building, New York.

5. Henrik Ulleland, Norway.

Kjenne det e på god tid med snø no #molladalen #sunnmøre #aasenski #dynafit #4frnt #x2 foto: @fjellbeck

A photo posted by Henrik Ulleland (@henrikulleland) on

6. Dan Ransom, Grand Canyon National Park.

I am releasing my film “Last of the Great Unknown” for free until tonight at 11:59pm. Why? Because tonight is the final chance to comment on the Backcountry Management Plan, and our comments will go a long way to protecting access to these amazing places. Everyone should be able to experience the wild beauty of a Grand Canyon slot. Please watch the movie, get inspired, and comment! Link in profile. #grandcanyon #canyoneering #grandcanyonnationalpark #canyoncollective #grandcanyoneering

A photo posted by Dan Ransom (@danransomphoto) on

7. Chris and Danika, Maldives.

8. Raf Winterpacht, Chicago.

9. Tahoe Jacks, Lake Tahoe.

10. Sash Kau’i Fitzsimmons, Hawaii.

11. William Woodward, Camelback Mountain in Arizona.

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