My personal review of the Columbia’s Newton Ridge Plus Hiking Boot. Continue reading
I went skiing for the first time this year last weekend! Continue reading
We all have that one friend that can’t seem to get enough of the great outdoors–but it can be so hard to find Christmas presents for them! Continue reading
As I was looking around my Natural Resources class the other day I realized how you can tell a Warner College (our NR college) student apart from everyone else: Continue reading
Today, I was lucky enough to be able to visit one of Colorado’s many treasures (and best-known tourist attractions) called Garden of the Gods. Its known for its beautiful sandstone rock formations, and thus is a National Natural Landmark.
Today, I had the opportunity to hike Devil’s Backbone in Loveland (the next town over) with some of my APO brothers. Friendship is one of our three pillars, so getting to do some of my favorite activities with them makes it all the better.
Be that as one of my life goal’s is becoming as close to being a Colorado native as possible, I think today marks my next big step towards that aspiration. I’ve got Chacos, I wear my Patagonia fleece, and today I shredded the gnar for the first time ever. Coloradoan lifestyle here I come!
Today I did something I have never done before–snowshoeing. And if you’re in Colorado like me, you don’t always know exactly what to expect when it comes to the weather. So I’ve compiled a list of things that you should expect no matter the time or place you are going snowshoeing.
Since I moved to Colorado almost two years ago (has it already been that long?!), I’ve done a lot of hiking. Its one of my favorite feelings in the world–standing above everything else, taking in the fresh air, and knowing that you’ve just climbed a mountain. And I’ve learned a couple things along the way when it comes to taking better photos when you hike.