The Bruce Trail is an 885 kilometer trail in Ontario that extends from Niagara Falls to Tobermory on the Bruce Peninsula. The Bruce Trail is the longest hiking trail in Ontario.
It was the last day of March. There were still pockets of snow, but most of the Ontario snow had melted away. I headed out after work to hike a segment of the Bruce T [...]
Have you ever gone on a 50 mile hike with 23,000 feet of elevation gain (and loss)?
Which is why I have no idea how much food to bring on my Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim Grand Canyon hike. So I’m going to guess, and I’m going to guess high. This means I’ll have a heavier pack, but I’m willing to accept t [...]
The Boulder Mail Trail in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Lost a midst my Disaster in Escalante was the Boulder Mail Trail. I set out one year ago to hike the trail twice in two days. It was an epic failure.
A year later I returned to the Boulder Mail Trail and was reminded why I got in trouble the first time. It is [...]
There are three peaks that surround the city of Ogden, Utah. Lewis Peak, at 8,140 is the smallest of the three and has the shortest approach. I first summited Lewis Peak on a fall afternoon and reached the summit just in time to see the sun set over the Great Salt Lake.
Next is Mount Ogden at 9,570 feet. I have yet to summit Mount Ogden, but [...]
A year ago I learned a valuable lesson. I learned that an epic screwup is the best way to drive traffic to an outdoor adventure website. But even more than that, I think the honesty of that post is what resonated with people. I messed up. And I owned it.
I’m a backpacking instructor and a Leave no Trace Trainer. I present myself as a hi [...]
For me, hiking isn’t about the destination, it’s about the journey. It’s about time on the trail. Even after long and strenuous days of hiking, I quickly find myself wanting to get back to it.
So it should come as no surprise that I loved hiking the Kalalau Trail. It was one of the most uniquely beautiful trails I had ever h [...]