Our Journey is Ending

After nine years, Trover will be closing down on August 20, 2020.

Thank you to all of our users for coming on this journey with us - we've loved following your travels, and the content shared within this community. You have inspired us, and millions of others, to go out and explore the world!

You may continue to use Trover and the app until this date.

If you have uploaded images, they will continue to be used by our parent company, Expedia Group, and you will still be credited by name for your photo.

If you do not wish Expedia Group to use your images, please contact feedback@trover.com with your request to delete your account.

If you want to download all of your images, please log into your account and visit the downloads section of your profile before we shut down.

Thank you, and keep exploring!

The Trover team

Sandra Stovall 663
Portland, OR
Current PDXer/Pacific NW Wonderland Dweller. Lived in Italy and Ireland. Originally from Central Oregon. I love traveling, photography, sports, hiking, design, communication and int'l issues.
Get notified when Sandra Stovall posts a new photo
Click to stop getting notified when Sandra Stovall posts
Zion National Park, Washington County, UtahZion National ParkWashington County, UtahChecking out a slot canyon en route to Observation Point in Zion National Park. Observation point is the highest point in Zion National Park and...Comet Falls, Pierce County, WashingtonComet FallsPierce County, WashingtonComet Falls is located in Mt. Rainier National Park. The trail to the falls is a little under two miles and makes for a lovely day hike. The falls...Bryce Canyon National Park, Garfield County, UtahBryce Canyon National ParkGarfield County, UtahBryce Canyon National Park. If you do one trail in the park, make it the Queens Gardens/ Navajo Trail Loop. The hoodoos are stunning and you get...Chirico Trailhead, King County, WashingtonChirico TrailheadKing County, WashingtonDescending the Chirico Trail at sunset. The trail leads up to Poo Poo Point and is located near Issaquah, Wash. #hikingChirico Trailhead, King County, WashingtonChirico TrailheadKing County, WashingtonAfter a trip up to Poo Poo Point, I was treated to this sunset on the way back down. I couldn't catch a break in the trees until *finally* the...Golden Gardens Park, Seattle, WashingtonGolden Gardens ParkSeattle, WashingtonLocated in Ballard on the Puget Sound, Golden Gardens Park was great for a stroll on an unseasonably warm February day. In the summer this would be...Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie, WashingtonSnoqualmie FallsSnoqualmie, WashingtonSnoqualmie Falls is located right next to the Salish Lodge. There is plenty of parking and the falls are easily viewed from the walkway. I was...Ken's Artisan Bakery, Portland, OregonKen's Artisan BakeryPortland, OregonYUM. I've tried several items from Ken's Artisan Bakery and this brownie in particular was so. freaking. good. Beside this brownie, there are...Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, WashingtonMount Rainier National ParkPierce County, WashingtonFor views of Mt. Rainier and the Tatoosh Range, check out the Pinnacle Peak Saddle Trail. Once you reach the saddle and the end of the official...King of Kerry, Killarney, IrelandKing of KerryKillarney, IrelandRing of Kerry, Ireland. I wish I could tell you the precise location of this photo but unfortunately I can't remember. It is one of the main...Madras, OR 97741, USA, Madras, OregonMadras, OR 97741, USAMadras, OregonYou might have noticed the over abundance of Central Oregon sunset photos. I'm originally from this part of Oregon and it is worth repeating: You...Madras, OregonMadrasOregonI'm serious when I say that Central Oregon has some of the best sunsets. Period. This is one of all time favorites. I'm originally from this part...Upper Horsetail Falls, Multnomah County, OregonUpper Horsetail FallsMultnomah County, OregonOn the Triple Falls Trail. The Triple Falls hike is one of the most popular in the Columbia River Gorge. Right off the highway you'll see Horsetail...Hawthorne Bridge Portland, Oregon, Portland, OregonHawthorne Bridge Portland, OregonPortland, OregonLight trails on the Hawthorne Bridge. Named for the many bridges that span the Willamette and Columbia Rivers, Bridgetown is one of Portland's many...Latourell Falls Trailhead, Multnomah County, OregonLatourell Falls TrailheadMultnomah County, OregonOld Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway. I snapped this photo with my iPhone right next to the Latourell Falls Trailhead. Autumn in the Columbia...Ape Cave, Skamania County, WashingtonApe CaveSkamania County, WashingtonEntrance to the Ape Cave. Part of Mt. St. Helens National Monument, the Ape Cave is a lava tube cave that formed after an eruption thousands of...Full Sail Brewing Company, Hood River, OregonFull Sail Brewing CompanyHood River, OregonFull Sail Brewery in Hood River, Oregon. I took a tour of Full Sail Brewery last summer while I was in Hood River. The tour was quite informative...Tolovana Beach Wayside, Cannon Beach, OregonTolovana Beach WaysideCannon Beach, OregonTolovana Beach in Cannon Beach at sunset. One of my favorites on the Oregon Coast is Cannon Beach. While the town itself is cozy and cute, the main...Powell's City of Books, Portland, OregonPowell's City of BooksPortland, OregonPowell's City of Books World Cup Coffee & Tea. I cozied up in Powell's bookstore cafe during a rare snow storm in Portland to get some work done....Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, British ColumbiaQueen Elizabeth ParkVancouver, British ColumbiaPro Travel Tip: When you're touring a new city, find the highest point for great views and photos. Queen Elizabeth Park is the highest point in...
Add to list
          loading your lists...
          create your first list
          Type a list name
          Discovery added to
          Sorry, we were unable to add the discovery to your list at this time.
          Discovery removed from .
          Sorry, we were unable to remove the discovery from your list at this time.
          Pour yourself a fresh cup of coffee,
          we've updated our terms!
          I have read and agree to Trover's Terms of Use and Privacy Statement.