SUZIE DUNDAS

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RECENT STORIES 

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Trekking to the Edge of the World 

OUTSIDE MAGAZINE

In Chilean Patagonia, Dientes de Navarino is a trek of superlatives. It starts from the southernmost town in the world—Puerto Williams, on the 55th parallel. Because it’s so close to the Antarctic tectonic plate, cold air and ferocious weather blow up from the frozen continent below...

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I Hitched a Ride on a Cargo Ship to Scuba Dive in Remote Islands

TRIPSAVVY

As most dedicated scuba divers know, what's exciting about scuba diving isn’t just what you see underwater—it’s where you get in the water. As an avid diver, I was thrilled when I learned that scuba diving is possible near Hiva Oa, on the Marquesas Islands. 

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The 15 Best Campsites in California 

INSIDER

I've lived in northern California for the last eight years, and hands down, my favorite aspect of living here is access to outdoor recreation. From the Sierra Nevada mountains where I live to the deserts of Southern California to the coastal beaches along the Oregon border...

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THE KNOT WEDDINGS 

14 Jaw-Dropping Wedding Venues in Magical Big Sur, California

It's no secret that California is loaded with hundreds of stunning wedding venues, but what may be surprising is just how much variety the state has along its 840 miles of coastline. While Southern California is known for surfer beaches and NorCal is centered around trendy...

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See What The Beatles' Abandoned Indian Ashram Looks Like Today

FROMMERS TRAVEL

The long-abandoned retreat, which famously hosted the Fab Four in 1968, is now a rough tourist attraction in the jungle outside Rishikesh, India. If you can brave the ruins, it's a rock 'n' roll pilgrimage.

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BOOKS

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HIKING LAKE TAHOE: A HISTORY AND TRAIL GUIDE

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LONELY PLANET SUSTAINABLE ESCAPES (contributing author)

 

ABOUT ME 

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  • I'm a full-time writer, editor, and sometimes-photographer with a focus on travel, the outdoors, and adventure (and no, that doesn't have to mean staying in tents!)
     

  • I'm an ongoing outdoor and adventure contributor at TripSavvy.com, a honeymoon and wedding contributor at TheKnot, and the editor of TerritorySupply.com
     

  • My first solo title, Hiking Lake Tahoe: A History and Guide, publishes August 2021
     

  • As a freelance writer and editor, my stories focus mostly on adventure and outdoor travel, gear and sustainability, and general interest "mountain lifestyle" stories. Some of my favorite recent stories include a guide to finding Bigfoot in Northern California and a long-form feature on the ethics of Pablo Escobar-themed narco-tourism.
     

  • I often shoot photography to accompany my stories – especially in remote places – and have had photo published in Outside Magazine, TripSavvy, Frommers, and more.
     

  • I've written for California Wedding Day, TheKnot, Real Weddings California, Style Mag, Matador, Culture Trip, the SF Chron, SkyLife Magazine, Canadian Traveller Magazine, Outside Magazine, Lonely Planet, Citizen Femme, The Spruce, Insider, Forbes, Mental Floss, Fodors, Frommers, Playboy, The Discoverer, Tech Radar, How Stuff Works, and more. 
     

 
 

CONTACT

Feel free to reach me at suziedundas@me.com

LOOKING FOR DIGITAL TRAIL FILES?

If you bought "Hiking Lake Tahoe" (thanks!), click here to download the digital trail files of all trails in the book. Digital files are compatible with most GPS-based tracking devices (phone apps, Garmin watches, etc etc)

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