https://vimeo.com/701890951 Earth Day 2022: A journey through our adventures of the last year or so, offering subtle reminders of the importance to protect our planet and its future.
It is always a struggle returning to the city after spending time in the mountains, regardless of the season or mountain range that we are in. Although, the sting is slightly more potent when returning from Jackson Hole/Alpine because of how much we love that area. There are so many trails to explore, and each … Continue reading Jackson Hole/Alpine Winter Adventure
Mount Moran, standing sentinel at the North end of the Teton Range in Grand Teton National Park. Named for Thomas Moran, known for his stunning landscape paintings of the West. At 12,605 feet, Mount Moran is the fourth highest peak in the Teton Range, second in prominence to Grand Teton. Our latest Jackson Hole winter … Continue reading POTW: Mount Moran
https://vimeo.com/662492966 2021: A photo journey of our adventures. It is hard to believe that 2022 is upon us. As we prepare for new and upcoming winter adventures, let us take a journey back through 2021. Where did we adventure in 2021? Let us start with a few firsts: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, … Continue reading 2021: A Photo Journey
The short story of the Signal Mountain Elk: After retracing our winter snowshoe trek on the drive down from Signal Mountain inside Grand Teton National Park, a large bull elk was foraging just off the road. Also known as Wapiti, they are one of the largest species of the deer family. John Muir once said, … Continue reading POTW: The Signal Mountain Elk
We recently kayaked String Lake ~ Grand Teton National Park. We dubbed that day as, “The Unexpected Journey.” Why do you ask? Learn more by reading the latest post: Utah & Wyoming Windy Adventures and look for Day 6 to find the answer. Until then, enjoy the vistas of the Teton Range.
Phelps Lake ~ Grand Teton National Park: looking down from the overlook. The Phelps Lake Overlook trail is not an overly challenging hike, roughly two miles out and back from the Death Canyon Trailhead. However, I will say that getting there is part of the adventure. We entered Grand Teton National Park from the Granite … Continue reading POTW: Phelps Lake ~ Grand Teton National Park