The loose plans for the next few months starting in September 2017. Read this post if you emailed and wondering why I have not written back in a few days. 🙂
What better way to celebrate the first day of Autumn, my favorite season to be outside than to do trail work with on the CDT?
A relatively light, compact, and quiet white gas stove. It was just marketed wrongly. And the stove came out at the wrong time.
A look at two similar “vacation” thru-hike length routes in terms of logistics, planning, red-tape, and ease of access.
Find an old trail on a map or even stumble upon it? That’s a Ghost Trail. And it is an interesting way to walk a little bit of forgotten outdoor history.
My three most used brands for outdoor gear and clothing. Based on a BPL discussion.
Some highlights, planning information, photos, and logistic info for The Colorado Trail’s 165 mile Collegiate Loop.
A last Wednesday Reset as my friends celebrated my unemployment with a quick camping trip.
In the near future, most NPS campground will be privatized. And connected. Some thoughts on an ongoing trend.
Where The Water Goes: Life and Death Along the Colorado River by David Owen is a book that is a bit of Cadillac Desert crossed with Ian Frazier’s Great Plains.
Is hiking off-trail ethical? And, assuming this type of hiking is ethical, what is the best way to preserve these ethics?