February 2019 February 2018 Kenosha Pass and the Colorado Trail, over looking South Park Valley. The pictures speak for themselves, what a difference a year makes.
Looking into the heart of the South Park Valley What a difference a year makes, I say this because at this time last year we were experiencing a serious lack of snowfall. With that said, Sunday morning a friend and I made our way to Kenosha Pass to snowshoe the western portion of the Colorado … Continue reading Kenosha Pass Snowshoe Adventure
Winter 2018 The months of January - March in Colorado were unusually dry, even high up in the mountains. The snow pack in January touched a 30-year low, and was the warmest on record, which was most likely attributed to a festering La Nina. It wasn't until the first weekend in February that I was … Continue reading Base Camp 2018 Year in Review
Saturday had started a bit on the slow side but once I got moving the plan was to go and find some snow, a rarity in Front Range these days. Originally, I was thinking about heading to the Geneva Basin Ski Area, an abandoned ski resort once owned by Roy Romer, the former governor of … Continue reading Kenosha Pass Snowshoe