I find being out in the woods a relaxing and necessary part of my life. It’s amazing what a little bit of mother nature can do for you. Clean fresh air, wondrous smells, beautiful sites, and an escape from the chaotic, modern world. Here are six things to think about when going on a camping trip.
Waterfall Canyon with Quality Company
If you’ve spent any time in Ogden, then you should be well acquainted with the well-known Waterfall Canyon Hike. This quick family friendly adventure that starts at the 29th street trailhead and is very popular among people in the area. Continue reading “Waterfall Canyon With Quality Company”
The question of focus that influenced this piece was,
“What is your best experience with a group outdoors?”
This last week, my comrade and I went to go visit our friend and old coworker who just recently moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to work at the National Elk Refuge there. What a much needed adventure! Though our stay was quick, it was so fun. Continue reading “Winter Wonderland – Jackson Hole, Wyoming”
The GSI Pinnacle Soloist is a lightweight, backpacking cookset that includes all of the essentials in one sweet little package. In this cookset you will find a pot, a bowl/mug with insulating sleeve, a multi-use lid, a telescoping spork-like utensil (known as a “foon”), a stove bag, and a durable carrying case with fully welded seams that doubles as a backcountry sink.
Allow me to precursor this post by saying that this next hike is not for the faint of heart. Let me also express a deep rage to all of the consulted sources that said this hike was 7 miles round trip, this hike was not. It was a whopping 9.52 miles round trip and is duly marked as Strenuous. This hike was beautiful, incredible, and challenging but I would recommend it to anyone who can handle such conditions. Continue reading “Delta Lake”