KT Performance + Blister Prevention Tape

How many times have you been on a hike, snowshoe or cross-country ski trek and have developed a heel blister? Heel blisters ruin everything! They are absolutely miserable, and can take several weeks to completely heal since most humans have to continue wearing shoes each day while the skin heals. I (Stella) can recall many … Continue reading KT Performance + Blister Prevention Tape

POTW: Teton Adventures

Nez Perce, Grand Teton National Park There is something about a Teton Adventure, the Tetons are a 40 mile long range located in western Wyoming and mainly encompassed within Grand Teton National Park. While Grand Teton is the most prominent and photographed peak in the range. This is a picture of Nez Perce, from late … Continue reading POTW: Teton Adventures

East Shore Trail and more…

East Shore Trail As adventurous as Stella, my wife, is it may surprise some to learn how intolerant she is of hiking in hot weather. She can and will do it, but will likely grumble quite a bit along the way, and be utterly miserable. Instead, she much prefers trekking in the Spring and Fall, … Continue reading East Shore Trail and more…

POTW – The Mountains are Calling

Never Summer Mountains, Rocky Mountain National Park. As seen from the Bowen/Baker trail in Rocky Mountain National Park. Life is an adventure we must be willing to explore. When out on the trail stop, look about and listen... it is a place where we can connect and enjoy the solitude of our surrounding. Find Your … Continue reading POTW – The Mountains are Calling

POTW: Timber Lake

Timber Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park By far one of the more memorable hikes inside Rocky Mountain National Park. The journey to Timber Lake was a solo hike late in the fall of 2018. Truly, I never thought I was going to reach Timber Lake, on the trek up I went up and over the … Continue reading POTW: Timber Lake

An Odd Start…

Our return to Base Camp @ Grand Lake has been off to an odd start for the 2020 season. First, Elk Creek Campground opened a week later than usual due to COVID. Second, the campground feels a little bit like a ghost town due to COVID restrictions, which fortunately continue to lighten with each passing … Continue reading An Odd Start…

POTW ~ Lone Pine Lake

Lone Pine Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park Deep inside Rocky Mountain National Park you will find a series of lakes along the East Inlet Trail. Your first such encounter is Lone Pine Lake, the first lake you would happen upon as you trek east. My fellow adventurer Dave and I set out last October and … Continue reading POTW ~ Lone Pine Lake