Base Camp @ Grand Lake: Humble Beginnings

Base Camp @ Grand Lake had been my (Stella's) idea. In May of 2017, right before we opened our cabin in Grand Lake for the season, I suggested to Larry that we start a website where we could share with others about our adventures, showcase Larry's photos and discuss the gear that we use. And … Continue reading Base Camp @ Grand Lake: Humble Beginnings

POTW: Winter

Winter in the Never Summer Range as seen from Fairview Curve in Rocky Mountain National Park. Stella and I skied to Fairview Curve on Sunday breaking trail for over a mile to the curve, our ultimate goal is to make it to Milner Pass and the continental divide.

Can human judgment handle avalanches?

We’re better than ever at understanding the dangers of avalanches. So why can’t we avoid them? Kate Siber/High Country News All morning, I’d heard the roar of sloughs rocketing down cliffs as I skied up a mountain in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Now, standing at the summit with my six friends and our two guides, … Continue reading Can human judgment handle avalanches?

POTW: Nature’s Silence

The Preston Loop, Gold Run Nordic Center My soul steers me into nature's silence. Angie Weiland-Crosby Maybe the best attribute about the great outdoors is the ability to explore nature's silence. Whether it is the rain in the spring, the waves lapping against the shoreline in the summer, the rustling of the leaves in the … Continue reading POTW: Nature’s Silence

Trail Ridge Road: Take 2

Stella worked half a day on New Years, and once she had closed her computer, we headed to Winter Park for dinner, and then onto Grand Lake, just as we had done the weekend prior for Christmas. This time, however, instead of cross-country skiing, our plans were set on snowshoeing in Rocky Mountain National Park, … Continue reading Trail Ridge Road: Take 2

POTW: Winter in Rocky Mountain National Park

Winter in Rocky Mountain National Park. The Never Summer Range as seen from Trail Ridge Road.

POTW: Vintage RMNP Elk

Vintage RMNP Elk I was looking for a photo worthy enough that could be cast back in time when life inside Rocky Mountain National Park was simpler, thus I present the vintage RMNP Elk. The photo was taken in the fall of 2020 using a Nikon D90 and Tamron 70.0-300.0 mm f/4.0-5.6 lens.