11 Wilderness Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow

By Dylan Mullins

August 20, 2015

11 Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow

Photo by iStock/BjornStefanson

Not able to swing an exotic summer getaway? You can travel vicariously to beautiful settings near and far with these top nature photograph Instagram accounts.

1. @bradleycastaneda

Bradley Castaneda makes camping in below-freezing tempartures look fun. Scroll through his feed to find your next mountain adventure.

2. @cabinlove

For those of you who dream of living in a home made of trees, surrounded by trees, get your inspiration here.

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3. @chrisburkard

With photos that are almost too good to be true, Chris Burkard captures spectatcular scenes that will feed your wanderlust.

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4. @finn

From Big Sur in California to Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Finn Beales takes you around the world with just a click of a button.

A photo posted by Finn Beales (@finn) on

5. @roblutter

A cyclist whizzing through Australia, Vietnam, and Turkey, Rob Lutter makes sure to snap nature's best moments along the way.

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6. @pnwonderland

Planning on driving through Oregon or Washington? These photos prove it's worth it to brave the rain along the Pacific Northwest.

7. @kylefrost

Though Kyle Frost lives in San Francisco, his pictures display breathtaking sunsets and off-the-grid landscapes around the world.

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8. @unrealhawaii

David Chatsuthiphan lives up to the name of his account, delivering "unreal" photos of hiking trails, sandy beaches, and other natural treasures of America's 50th state.

9. @danptatitucci

This husband and wife duo take you to Switzerland (for free) with photographs of snowbaorders, skiers, and climbers on the Swiss Alps.

10. @circa_1983

A native of British Columbia, Owen Perry captures the essence of his home, but also visits the other six continents to snap shots in places like Chile and the Scottish Highlands.

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11. @fosterhunting

Photographer Foster Huntington quit his day job to travel across the United States in a camper. You can follow him on his journey (and still keep your job) through his captivating photographs.