Sacred Dancing Cascade, Glacier National Park John Muir once said, “I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.” Your summer adventure awaits, whether it is a planned trip in one of our many National Parks or just an unexpected … Continue reading POTW: Summer Adventure
Ice Fall, found along Independence Road, east of the Grottos. Stella and I spent the weekend in Aspen retracing our trek from earlier in the winter. Watch for the post later in the week and take a look back at our prior adventure there at the end of January.
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
In a few days, we leave for Jackson Hole, Wyoming to snowshoe and cross-country ski, as this has become an annual winter pilgrimage for us. We will also be venturing to Alpine to do these activities as well as an all-day snowmobile trip. While we are out adventuring, take a look at our past Jackson … Continue reading POTW: Jackson Hole
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.
The Roaring Fork River, from the Weller Lake Trailhead just off Independence Pass. Stella and I are spending an extended weekend in Aspen, Colorado.
The Mill~Castle Trail northwest of Gunnison, Colorado. Stella and I spent Saturday snowshoeing along Mill Creek in the Gunnison National Forest.