Joshua Tree is located in the Mojave and Colorado Deserts of Southern California and is a perfect destination in the fall, winter, or spring. It is a climber’s playground with diverse formations and vegetation. Step a bit off the main highways and remote desert wilderness is yours.
It is a New Year! And guess what that means in my household? Yep, the trip planning begins. If perhaps you are in need of a bit of inspiration or cheering on to make your dreams happen, I would like to share a letter that was given to me as a Christmas gift. A gift from the heart.
Viewing the Grand Canyon at least once in a lifetime should be on everyone’s bucket list.
The view from above is unique, easily assessable by all, and down right mind blasting. The expanse, mystery, and ever changing weather and light has a way of putting everything in perspective. It is nature’s gift.
“To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, draw closer, to find each other, and to feel. That is the […]
Just a few short months ago, I cartwheeled down the northeast chute of Mount Whitney. It was the final day in completing the route Lowest […]
There should have been a warning sign. – LoveNote, thru-hiker June 14, 2015 Jones Beach Campground to Usal Beach (end of Lost Coast Trail) […]
We shall be known by the tracks we leave behind. -Dakota proverb June 14, 2015 Miller Flat Campground to Jones Beach Campground 17.5 […]
Don’t worry Drop n’ Roll will know what to do. -Burly, thru-hiker June 13, 2015 Mattole Beach to Miller Flats – 16.6 miles The Lost […]
If you can dream it, you can do it. ~Walt Disney TRIP DATE October 2014 LENGTH about 9 miles round trip ELEVATION GAIN 6,237 feet SUMMIT ELEVATION: 14,094 feet […]
“If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun.” ~Katharine Hepburn Company of good friends and a dog named Huckleberry Nice scenery Light […]
This week sees the start of the 2015 The Great Outdoors Challenge. Between Friday, May 8 – 22, 318 intrepid backpackers will make their way […]
“I just walked. I was VERY happy.” –Bill Bryson, WALK IN THE WOODS April 2, 2015 Lone Pine to Whitney Portal 11.5 miles 4,600 feet elevation gain […]