The Continental Divide. The three words evokes an image of an endless chain of mountains. With peaks rising into the sky and the valleys far below. To the east lies
Over the past two seasons, I've dabbled in climbing. Started off with sport climbing and progressed to what is known as alpine climbing. Combining the endurance and long days of
“Shoulder season backpacking”. A phrase that has become more common in recent years. Applicable not just to backpacking, but to any outdoor activity that falls outside of the peak season.
“A man needs a little madness….” -Nikos Kazantzakis Saturday Aug 6th was spent doing mundane chores needed for my vastly expanding ‘grown-up’ life: Oil changes, tires, errands, this and that.
Another Boulder Weekly article. This time about five classic hikes in the Boulder Open Space. As I said in the article "For many, the best part of living in Boulder
There are many areas in this continent where I long to return and explore more: Maine in the fall. The Wind River Range of Wyoming. The red rock country of