Cross Creek Snowshoe Trek

Last weekend was spent in Red Cliff, Colorado, which is a very small town (with a population of less than three hundred people) south of Vail. On Saturday, we parked the Tahoe along FS707, the start of our Cross Creek snowshoe trek; the road to get to the trailhead is right off of US Hwy … Continue reading Cross Creek Snowshoe Trek

Cub Lake Winter Hike

Two weeks ago, we had our first adventure in Estes Park. Our objective had been to snowshoe to Cub Lake on Saturday, and then the Loch Lake Trail via the Glacier Gorge Trail on Sunday inside Rocky Mountain National Park. The Cub Lake Trailhead is located a short distance from the Fern Lake Trailhead, near … Continue reading Cub Lake Winter Hike

Keystone Nordic Center

Sunday, Stella and I had decided to try out the Keystone Nordic Center, which would be a new experience for us. The Nordic Center is located just outside of the Silverthorne/Dillon area. The ski trails are intertwined along the golf course and are exceptionally well-maintained for such a small nordic center. Additionally, they offer snowshoeing, … Continue reading Keystone Nordic Center

My Busy Dog – Secure Dog Boots

Aspen in her Secure Dog Boots I purchased the My Busy Dog - Secure Dog Boots for Aspen, our Golden Retriever, to wear while snowshoeing with us. She would trek anywhere from three to seven miles per outing. However, I only saw the need to use these when the temperatures were below twenty degrees. And, … Continue reading My Busy Dog – Secure Dog Boots