The iconic Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park.
For the last three years, Larry and I had expressed interest in taking a summer trip to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. But the breadth of this adventure evolved into so much more than we had anticipated as we began planning it in March 2022 while in Aspen. It eventually tied in with the purchase of our … Continue reading Idaho Panhandle~Canada Adventure
The Clark Fork River: the origins start deep in southwest Montana near Butte, flowing northwest through the Bitterroot Valley and continuing a northwesterly flow past Missoula before emptying into Lake Pend Oreille, near Clark Fork, Idaho.
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
John Muir once said, “And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul." The Kawuneeche Valley inside Rocky Mountain National Park is a perfect place to do just that. Stella and I spent this past Friday wandering around the north end of the valley via snowshoes.
Reynolds Mountain: due south from Logan Pass, in the heart of Glacier National Park. We stopped at the Logan Pass Visitor Center when returning from our trek to Grinnell Glacier. I took a few minutes to admire the many peaks surrounding the pass and spotted Reynolds Mountain standing tall. What I did not know at … Continue reading POTW: Reynolds Mountain
We were recently in Breckenridge and Frisco peddling amongst the fall colors, along the Blue River Bikeway and the Tenmile Canyon RecPath. As I had mentioned before, autumn in the Rocky Mountains is nothing short of spectacular. It had been the perfect day to put a few miles on our bikes, 26.33 miles to be … Continue reading POTW: Amongst the Fall Colors