Sophia Bush is “still flying high” from her Alaska adventure.

The 35-year-old actress jetted to the wilderness with a few pals and Eddie Bauer last week, and she hasn’t stopped posting pics since.

Bush and her crew walked across glaciers, went fly fishing, rode in helicopters and took in the beauty of Alaska’s nature.

Check out the amazing pics below:

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Growing up in California, I was lucky to experience life outdoors. The mountains call to me like sirens. Lakes and rivers feel like home. Nature is my spiritual center. The wildlife. The crisp air. The rhythm and hum of it all. And my whole life I've dreamt of Alaska. The wide open space of it. It's been a romantic notion tucked into my heart all these years. I've been nostalgic for it, though I've never been before. And thanks to my friends @eddiebauer, I'm finally here. I've joined them on a trip to fly fish, heli-hike, explore the lakes and rivers, and learn about the native environment and ecosystems here. And I get to test all of their latest and greatest outdoor gear. I am pinching myself every single second. Every. Second! I hope you all follow along with us. It's truly so magical here that I want to share it with all of you. Here we go. #LiveYourAdventure #EBcontributor 📸 @forestwoodward

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My #wcw goes out to the badass babes I was lucky enough to spend the last week with in Alaska. And the leader of our pack was our incredible @EddieBauer Guide, Lel Tone. From the moment our sea plane landed @leltone jumped right into adventure with us, and never missed a beat. Day one, she paddled us to an inlet where the salmon were running to start our fly fishing lessons, and before you knew it, we were catching fish. None of us cared that it was pouring rain (might have had something to do with our bomb rain gear) at all! We stayed out all day getting our casting nailed down. By the end of the week we'd taken the heli up rivers, gone rafting, found some river booty — that's a full box of flies floating by — and caught a whole lot of fish! We released all but one and he was the best dinner I've had in quite some time. We went glacier hiking, with Lel leading us between crevasses and teaching us about the ice, the way it moves, and how it's being effected by climate change. She can spot a moose from the air like nobody I've ever seen — we got to see FOUR! — and she's got one of the best dogs I've ever snuggled. My highlights with Lel are too many to count, but I really loved were the two moments I got to turn the tables and cheer HER on, since she cheered us and taught us and supported us and laughed with us all week. I got to hoot and holler at her while she wake surfed like a pro off the ski boat, and I got to net one of her fish! We were screaming with glee. Lel. Thank you for being such a great mentor. I'm so grateful to call you a new friend. And I cannot wait for our next epic adventure. You're stuck with me now, sister! 🏔👯🐠#LiveYourAdventure #LelYourAdventureToo #EBContributor #Alaska 📸 the bun of side buns @forestwoodward

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Earlier this year, Bush opened up about her past relationships and why she’s stopped trying to find “the One.”

“When you take the pressure of The One off, you’ll open yourself up to endless possibilities,” she said. “You’ll learn to have a truly deep, knowing relationship with yourself first. Then the rest will fall into place. Reasons, seasons, and lifetimes. They’re all valid.”

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