The Colorado High Country, the Never Summer Range tucked inside Rocky Mountain National Park. This view never gets old but requires a little work to get to in the winter, about 5 miles to be exact. However, well worth the effort.
Theme song for Base Camp @ Grand Lake The golden mountains of the high country. Fall in Rocky Mountain National Park is always special. So, if you happened to miss the reveal of our theme song, click play and sit back and enjoy the view.
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.
Two weekends ago, we ventured to Grand Lake for our second trip there this winter. While there was plenty of snow, that may not be the case for much longer if the temperatures continue to remain high. The two days we were there, the temperature was about 40ish degrees with a clear blue sky. It … Continue reading Grand Lake Winter Finale
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.
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.
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